A Live Murder Trial Experience Where Guests Will Be The Jury Is Coming To Manchester

Innocent or guilty, you decide.

Ever wondered what it’s like to sit on a jury? On May 19, Murder Trial Live is giving true crime fans the chance to find out. The live trial experience will be touring the country, with a stop in Manchester, and organiser’s are inviting ticket holders to become the jury.

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Frank Lane is currently in police custody awaiting trial after being charged with the murder of his wife Alison Lane, whose body has never been found. Mr & Mrs Lane were married for 20 years and Mr Lane owned several businesses including a coach and haulage firm as well as a small agricultural plant. Alison went missing in March 2017 and hasn’t been heard of since.

Working with a team of leading criminal barristers the completely accurate murder trial will unravel before ‘the jury’s’ eyes. But before the courtroom drama unfolds guests will enjoy a two-course meal with their fellow jurors. And when dinner is finished, defendant Mr Frank Lane will be called to the stand and the prosecution and defence barristers will systematically lead the jury through the evidence.

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The jury will then retire to debate and decide the evidence put before them before reaching a decision, innocent or guilty, you decide.

Murder Trial Live will take place at Village Hotel Manchester Ashton in Ashton-under-Lyne and tickets are priced from £69.88. For more information click here.


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