Twelve Angry Men

Twelve Angry Men theatre breaks

About the show

Twelve Angry Men theatre breaks are unmissable! The show involves an American courtroom in 1954, and a young man is on trial for murdering his father. The death penalty is the consequence of a guilty verdict, and at first it seems a straightforward case. However one juror steadfastly refuses to budge from his not guilty view, and slowly but surely doubt spreads throughout the jury as they must each confront their own preconceptions and the story builds towards a tense conclusion…

What to expect from Twelve Angry Men

This thrilling story of courtroom drama places an uncompromising focus upon the weaknesses inherent in prejudiced minds. The play will star, among others, Martin Shaw, Robert Vaughn and Jeff Fahey, and from a gentle beginning, this company of incredibly skilled actors will ratchet up the tension and leave you on the edge of your seat, wondering what direction the story will take next. On a Twelve Angry Men theatre break, you’ll witness a gripping build up to a nailbiting finale.

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Reviews of Twelve Angry Men

"[Shaw] has real gravitas, determined to see justice served" ****, Holly Williams, The Independent

"[Has] a complex resonance that lingers in the mind long after the last curtain call" ****, Jane Shilling, The Telegraph

"It’s such a strong ensemble that it’s invidious to pick anyone out, but credit must go to Fahey who is a lean hard man seeking to exorcise his own demons with a guilty verdict. Shaw brings all of his insouciant swagger" ****, Patrick Marmion, Thye Daily Mail

Interesting facts about Twelve Angry Men

  • Twelve Angry Men was originally a play for television, first broadcast in 1954
  • It then became a 1957 film, starring Henry Fonda, and was remade again for television in 1997, this time with Jack Lemmon in the title role of Juror #8


Recommended age: 12+


Monday – Saturday evenings @ 7.45pm | Thursday & Saturday matinees @ 3pm

Running time - 2hr 20mins

Booking until - 14/06/2014

Important information

This show is in previews until Tuesday 12th November. Seats in the Bronze category may have a restricted view, please call for further details.

Garrick Theatre

Charing Cross RoadLondon

Nearest tube - Charing Cross

Seating information - The theatre is split into 3 tiers: the Stalls are at the ground level, with the Dress Circle on the 1st floor and the Grand Circle at the top.

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