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National Justice Museum
The new National Justice Museum (formerly the Galleries of Justice Museum) opened to the public on Saturday 1st April 2017 following a £1million Heritage Lottery Fund supported project.

Visitors are able to discover stories of justice through time and explore items from the UK’s largest collection relating to law, justice, crime and punishment. They will also get the opportunity to meet characters from history, experience dramatic performances in the new ‘Theatre of Law’, see an exciting range of brand new exhibitions and take part in fun new activities, games and puzzles throughout the museum.

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The Story of Joe Orton

The Story of Joe Orton

A free exhibition celebrating famous playwright Joe Orton

This exhibition marks the 50th anniversary of three significant events:  the debut of Orton’s double bill Crimes of Passion (The Ruffian on the Stair and The Erpingham Camp) at the Royal Court Theatre, London; the decriminalisation of homosexuality; the death of Joe Orton, who was killed by his partner Kenneth Halliwell on 9 August 1967.

This exhibition has been co-curated by Dr Emma Parker (University of Leicester), and Bev Baker (National Justice Museum), with original commissioned artwork by artist David Lock.

The exhibition opens on 22 July 2017.



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