Famous Cheshire trial of Alan Turing to be re-enacted at original venue

Famous Cheshire trial of Alan Turing to be re-enacted at original venue
 

An archivist from Chester has an important role to play in the re-enactment of a famous Cheshire trial.
Adam Shaw will transport the court records from the trial Regina v Turing and Murray (for gross indecency) in 1952 from Chester to Knutsford next week as part of a four-day celebration of the life and work of the mathematician and code-breaker Alan Turing.
Celebrity TV ‘judge’ and Strictly 2016 contestant Rob Rinder will read from the records during a salon-style event at the town’s Courthouse Hotel - the site of the original 1952 trial at the Sessions Court - prior to a re-enactment of... read more

 
31 August 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 51
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