Starring Tom Conti, Jeff Fahey, William Gaminara and Robert Vaughn
The Lyceum theatre

At Garrick Theatre

Charing Cross Road
London, WC2H 0HH

Twelve Angry Men Play London

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.  But 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 1957 three-time Academy Award nominated film which was produced by and starred Henry Fonda, and is considered to be one of the great ‘must-see’ movies of all time. 

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Twelve Angry Men News

Bill Kenwright has extended the run of his new West End production of Twelve Angry Men, starring Martin Shaw, Jeff Fahey, Nick Moran and Robert Vaughn, at the Garrick Theatre. The production will run for an extra two weeks, closing on Saturday 15th March 2014.

It has been announced that Tom Conti and William Gaminara will join Robert Vaughn and Jeff Fahey in Bill Kenwright’s production of Twelve Angry Men at the Garrick Theatre from Monday 31st March 2014. Directed by Christopher Haydon and currently booking until 14th June 2014, Twelve Angry Men has proved popular with audiences and critics, having already extended its run three times.

London Theatre News

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