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The Crown Court Arena, Audenshaw Park

MANCHESTER MATINEE - LAST REMAINING TICKETS

The Jack Brewer Murders, Innocent or guilty? You decide...

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MANCHESTER MATINEE - LAST REMAINING TICKETS
MANCHESTER MATINEE - LAST REMAINING TICKETS

Time & Location

15 Jun 2024, 12:00 – 16:00

The Crown Court Arena, Audenshaw Park, Manchester M34 5SN, UK

About the event

THE CASE

The Jack Brewer Murders

Jack Brewer has been charged with the murder of Julia Moores, Robert Harwin and Lee Barnes. Extensive police work and forensics suggests Brewer could have murdered up to 23 people over a period spanning decade -their identities unknown.

Julia Moors was last seen on 31st December 2022 at a New Years Eve party in Clapham, she was seen on CCTV walking north along Clapham High Street towards the tube station at 2255 - after which she was never seen again. There is no digital footprint of her beyond the purchase of 4 bottles of wine on New Years Eve at 1854, and an Instagram post at 2044. On the evening of 20th January 2023 police excavated remains at an allotment in North London following reports of a body.

Police immediately traced the owner of the plot to a Jack Brewer in Finchley.

​Police raided Jack Brewers home address in Finchley, North London on the 20th January 2023. Upon access, nothing could brace them for what they were about to discover...inside the flat were human remains found in squalor conditions belonging to at least 21 other people, their identities at present unknown. Forensics confirm at least three bodies have been subject to cannibalistic activity.

Extensive forensic work & post mortem has confirmed the remains of two others to be Robert Harwin (reported missing July 2018) and Lee Barnes (reported missing December 2021).

Tickets access you to the Court Room Arena where you will find a fully licensed bar, street food vendors, your set on the jury of 12, the live immersive show, evidence bundles to examine, your juror card and verdict sheet.

You will be asked to consider the evidence set out before you and try the case on the facts alone. Hear the examination and cross examination produced by real barristers before hearing from the defendant himself, finally retire to consider your position before delivering your jury verdict.

As close to Jury Service as you can get... Innocent or guilty? You decide...

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