“An extraordinary journalistic expose of a huge miscarriage of justice” – Ian Hislop, Editor, Private Eye
“A tale brilliantly told by Nick Wallis, who has dedicated years of work to establishing what happened, why it happened and calling those responsible to account” – Rev Richard Coles, Presenter
This is the true story of how hundreds of innocent Post Office workers fought to clear their names when accounting errors created by dodgy IT (a notoriously unreliable system called ‘Horizon’) led to them being accused of theft and fraud.
Proud pillars of their communities were stripped of their jobs and livelihoods. Many were forced into bankruptcy and/or borrowed from friends and family to give the Post Office thousands they did not owe. Hundreds of innocent people were criminally prosecuted by the Post Office’s own private prosecutors and sent to prison.
Soon to be adapted into a primetime ITV drama, we are delighted to offer you a true, jaw-dropping, unique and gripping story that really has captured the attention of the general public – and is now the subject of this, an equally compelling stage documentary.
For part of the show, Nick Wallis will be joined by Pam Stubbs, a sub-postmaster who was a witness at the High Court Trial
Date & Time: Thursday 10th November at 19:30
Ticket Prices: Adult £14, Concessions £12
Ticket prices include a £1 Restoration Levy, a 75p Booking Fee and a 25p Community Fund Levy.
Concessions are: Senior Citizen, Student, Kenton Volunteers, Under 16, Equity Members, Key Workers and Keepers/Friends
Running time: 120 minutes (includes a 20 minute interval)