The Trial Of Eileen Casey

The Trial Of Eileen Casey

Every day, various times

ADMISSION

The trial of suffragette, Eileen Casey recreated in our Theatre of Law

DID SHE PLAN TO KILL A KING…

In our court this spring, the years roll back to the trial of suffragette Eileen Casey. Was she a women’s rights campaigner driven to extremes, or an anarchist and would-be Royal assassin? Edwardian suffragettes committed outrageous and violent acts in their fight to vote. Eileen was arrested carrying explosives during George V’s visit to Nottingham. Join our re-enactment of the 1914 case – part of our Right to Vote exhibition – and judge history for yourself. Did Eileen’s cause really justify her crime?

Tickets: This activity is included within the general admission price (Adults £10.95 with concessions available)


Location

National Justice Museum,
High Pavement, ,
Nottingham,
NG1 1HN
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