The Trial of Frank Lane

𝗜𝗻𝗻𝗼𝗰𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝗼𝗿 𝗴𝘂𝗶𝗹𝘁𝘆? 𝗬𝗼𝘂 𝗱𝗲𝗰𝗶𝗱𝗲...Join us for Dinner and Murder at The Murder Trial Live 2019. Enjoy a two course meal before the court room drama unfolds and you become the Jury!LONDON - 03/05/2019BIRMINGHAM - 04/05/2019GLASGOW - 18/05/2019MANCHESTER - 19/05/2019https://www.themurdertriallive.co.uk/

Posted by The Murder Trial Live on Wednesday, May 1, 2019

The Murder Trial Live

Hilton Dublin Airport, Sunday 6th October - Monday 7th October 2019

The Murder Trial Live 2019 – Innocent or guilty… you decide.

Ever wondered what it's like to sit on a Jury? Or to assess the evidence and convict a criminal? Well now you can. For the first time in history a murder trial is on tour… and following an evening meal you will become the jury and the decision, quite literally will be yours. Working with a team of leading criminal barristers this completely accurate murder trial will unravel right before your eyes… but before the court room drama unfolds you'll enjoy a two course meal with your fellow Jurors. When dinner is finished defendant Mr Frank Lane will be called to the stand. Systematically the prosecution and defence barristers will lead you through the evidence.

Frank Lane is currently in police custody awaiting trial, charged with the murder of his wife Alison Lane. Alison's body has never been found. Mr & Mrs Lane were married for 20 years and Mr Lane owned several businesses, including a coach and haulage firm, as well as a small agricultural plant. Alison went missing in March 2017 had has never been heard of since.

For the first time ever outside of the legal system you will experience the theatre and debate of the UK justice system. The Murder Trial Live team of criminal barristers will lay out the evidence systematically. You will experience the presence of a convicted murderer as well as analyse the evidence put before you… As a Jury you'll retire to debate and decide the evidence put before you before reaching a decision – innocent or guilty… you decide.


Date:
Sunday 6th October - Monday 7th October 2019
Time:
6.30pm - 10.30pm
Price:
€75.81 – €1,120.49
Address:
Hilton Dublin Airport, Malahide Road, Northern Cross, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Hilton Dublin Airport, Malahide Road, Northern Cross, Dublin, Ireland

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