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Crime Club at the National Justice Museum

National Justice Museum, High Pavement, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 1HN
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Crime Club at the National Justice Museum

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National Justice Museum
Friday 11 June and Thursday 5 August 2021 | 6-8pm
Tickets £12 (£10 for over 60s and FE students) Booking essential

Real crimes. Real stories. Real evidence.

Join us for Crime Club, a chance to discover more about infamous crime cases from history. Join us for one – or all – of the sessions running throughout 2021, and get a free drink included!

Friday 11th June: Outlaws and Exiles

Back by popular demand! We're re-running our first ever Crime Club, which premiered in 2019. From ruthless highway robbers to murderous men, join us for a night of grisly entertainment as we recount numerous tales from Georgian Nottingham's criminal past.

Thursday 5th August: The Poisoner's Handbook

Discover the dark history of poisons and how they've been used to commit crime over the years. From Victorian murderesses to modern detective techniques, find out everything you could ever wish to know about these deadly substances in this brand-new Crime Club!

Schedule:
6pm – Guests arrive for a welcome drink of white/red/rose wine, a bottle of beer, soft drink or tea/coffee
6:30pm – Guest take their seats in Civil Court room for first session
7:15pm approx – Small break
7:30pm – Second session starts
8pm – Event finishes

Should the museum have to close due to Covid-19, tickets will be transferable or refundable.

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Crime Club at the National Justice Museum (5 Aug 2021)
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Thursday18:00 - 20:00

* Pre-booking essential

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