Rough Justice now on at Exmouth’s Blackmore Theatre

PUBLISHED: 12:30 28 September 2017

Rough Justice at the Blackmore Theatre. Picture: Keturah Weber.

Rough Justice at the Blackmore Theatre. Picture: Keturah Weber.

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This week’s production at Exmouth’s Blackmore Theatre of the controversial courtroom drama Rough Justice, written by Terence Frisby, has already begun.

If you have not yet got your tickets, the Exmouth Players production continues to run through to Saturday, September 30, including a matinee performance on the Saturday.

The cast, under the direction of Wendy Bishop, are Mike and Anne Killoran as James and Jean Highwood, Tony Christopher as the Judge, Pat Peters as Margaret Casely QC, Raymond Tongue as the solicitor, Jeremy Ackroyd, Brian Lawless as PC Ramsden, and finally Margaret Bond and Robin Kanarek as Doctors Simone Kerr and Hannah Radzinski.

Tickets cost £10, or there is a buy 10 get one free concessions offer for group bookings.

Call 07484 509514.

The box office is open daily between 9.30am and 1pm, and up to 45 minutes before each performance.

More details: blackmoretheatre.co.uk/


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