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Rough Justice By Terence Frisby: Tom Conti
Television journalist James Highwood has made his career out of challenging the British Justice system in his documentary programmes. Now, suddenly, he finds the system challenging him as he is brought to court on a charge of murder.
Highwood admits the killing but perversely chooses to defend himself, pushing the tolerance of the court to its limits and framing his defence in terms calculated to incense the judge.
Tom Conti is brilliantly suited to the part of James Highwood in this gripping courtroom drama. With more than its share of surprising twists and turns, it will keep you guessing until the very end - not to be missed!
'Frisby's writing is sharp, and the court room interchanges positively crackle' (Sunday Express)
'Tom Conti is pitch perfect' (Bath Chronicle)
'Rough Justice unfolds with deliberate elegance, teasing out the storyline and its characters until the audience - given the task of jury - is utterly absorbed' (Daily Telegraph)
'An enthralling and engaging drama' (The Standard)
Tom Conti is a Scottish actor who was trained as a classical pianist at Glasgow's Royal Scottish Academy of Music, before turning to drama.
He first appeared on stage in London in 1973; he made his screen debut a year later in Flame. He is renowned for his portrayal of quixotic characters with tormented psyches and inner demons.
He won a Tony award in 1979 for his performance as a paralysed, suicidal sculptor, on his Broadway debut, in Who's Life Is It Anyway and he was Oscar nominated for his portrayal of a drunken poet in the film, Reuben, Reuben.
Probably his most famous film role came in Shirley Valentine alongside Pauline Collins.
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Venue: New Theatre
Phone: 029 2087 8889
Disabled Bookings: 029 2087 8889
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→ Cardiff Queen Street 5 min walk