Nigel Pascoe QC is a senior barrister and former Leader of the Western Circuit, specializing in crime, who has appeared in over 100 murder cases. He also writes plays and stages one man and other theatre performances and gives lectures
and After Dinner speeches.
The Trial of Penn and Mead (Old Bailey 1670) has been staged in America, New Zealand and Holland and has had over 95 performances, including in the Royal Courts of Justice, the Old Bailey, RADA, Salisbury Playhouse,
the Theatre Royal Portsmouth, many courts and also at the Edinburgh Fringe.
PLAYS. The Nearly Man, Pro Patria, Who Killed William Rufus? To Encourage The Others - Court Martial of Admiral Byng, Without Consent, The Trial of Penn and Mead,
From Portsmouth to Pickwick - from a book by Derwin Hope. Trial by Jury - including The Law is for Me. Last Call for San Giorgio. Sleeping Dogs. The Journey. Who killed William Rufus? Made in Cornwall
PERFORMANCES The Trial of Penn
and Mead. Merely Players - Shakespeare and Advocacy. A Christmas Carol - new adaptation - From Portsmouth to Pickwick - from a book by Derwin Hope. My Learned Friend - prose, poetry and stories about the Law. Trial by Jury - 3 one act plays including
The Law is for Me
(One man performance about Lord Birkett KC)
PUBLICATIONS - on Amazon and Kindle at Nigel Pascoe
To Encourage the Others
to San GIorgio
From Portsmouth to Pickwick
The Journey. About Magna Carta - a play for schools
Who Killed William Rufus?
My Country Right or Wrong - play about the Iraq War
Made in Cornwall
READINGS of Prose and Poetry Spreaker.com/user/8153704
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