Murder in the Citizens’ Jury (25 minute one-man play)

  • University of Southampton
  • November 11
  • 15:00 - 16:00
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Come along (virtually or in person) to the upcoming event: ‘Murder in the Citizens’ Jury’. This is a one-man play of 25 minutes performed by multi-award-winning actor, Jack Klaff (Star Wars and others). It explores the ethical dilemma of the Director of Public Prosecutions who must decide whether to prosecute the murder. If he does so, he will alienate his family, and it will mean the end for citizens’ assemblies – a form of direct democracy which many believe could be the silver bullet to avert a climate crisis. Drawing upon the tradition of ‘theatre-in -education’, the objective is to use the play to raise awareness of citizens’ assemblies. It’s on Saturday 11th November at 3pm GMT. The event lasts an hour and includes Q&A afterwards.

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For those who can attend in person at the University of Southampton, it is free but registration required:

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