14 May
14 May

Court Number One, The Old Bailey

The Old Bailey is Britain’s most famous courthouse. At its heart is Court Number One, a courtroom where, since it opened its doors in 1907, the most notorious trials of spies, murderers, politicians, traitors and fraudsters have taken place, and where, also, terrible miscarriages of justice have been perpetrated.

In this talk Thomas Grant will trace how this courtroom, largely unchanged in 110 years, has witnessed the changing social and moral history of a nation.

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Event Address

The National Archives

Event Times

StartFri 14th May @ 2:00pm
EndFri 14th May @ 3:00pm