Competition: Win ‘a pair of tickets to see Twelve Angry Men’

Win a pair of tickets for your last chance to see Twelve Angry Men

Tom Conti, Jeff Fahey, William Gaminara and Robert Vaughn lead a star cast in ‘the classiest, most intelligent drama in the West End’ – Sunday Telegraph.

Twelve jurors have murder on their minds and a life in their hands as they decide the fate of a young delinquent accused of killing his father.

What appears to be an open and shut case soon becomes a huge dilemma as prejudices and preconceived ideas about the accused, the trial and each other turn the tables every which way, until the nail-biting climax…

This production of Twelve Angry Men brings to the stage the taut brilliance of the three-time Academy Award nominated 1957 film which was produced by and starred Henry Fonda, and is considered to be one of the great ‘must-see’ movies of all time.


Tom Conti is one of the most respected and celebrated actors of his generation. Unforgettable as the leading man in hit films such as Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence and Shirley Valentine he has also appeared as a myriad of different characters on both the big and small screens as well as on stage. Recent movies include The Dark Knight Rises and Street Dance. Awards include an Olivier Award and a Tony Award for his stage performance in Whose Life is it Anyway? and a Best Actor Oscar nomination for his role in Reuben Reuben. He and Dame Judi Dench were recently jointly voted the Most Popular Actors in the West End in the last 25 years.

Oscar nominee Robert Vaughn has starred in some of the greatest movie classics of the 20th century, includingThe City Jungle, and opposite Steve McQueen in The Magnificent SevenThe Towering Inferno and Bullitt. His TV credits include The Man from U.N.C.L.EThe Protectors and as ‘Albert Stroller’ in BBC‘s Hustle.

Hollywood’s Jeff Fahey has starred in a myriad of films including the title role in cult thriller The Lawnmower Manopposite Pierce Brosnan, Roberto Rodriguez’s Machete, Quentin Tarantino’s GrindhouseSilverado and White Hunter Black Heart opposite Clint Eastwood. He starred as pilot Frank Lapidus in Lost.

As well as his role in Silent WitnessWilliam Gaminara has a wide range of television credits to his name, includingA Dark Adapted EyeDangerfield and The House of Eliott. William’s radio work is extensive and is best known as Dr. Richard Locke in The Archers. His theatre credits include, the premiere of Howard Brenton’s Bloody PoetryThe Children’s HourBody of An American and John, Paul, Ringo, George and Bert.



Twelve Angry Men is playing at the Garrick Theatre, London until Saturday 14 June, 2014


For more information and to book tickets, please Click Here.



Answer the following question: Who starred as Juror #3 in Sidney Lumet’s Academy Award-nominated 1957 film adaptation of 12 Angry Men?


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Competition closes on Tuesday 20th May, 2014

Winners will be notified by phone / email

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