Regina v Turing and Murray

Regina v Turing and Murray

Regina v
and Murray

7 - 10 September 2017


An immersive, participatory play, set in the actual courtroom in Knutsford where Turing was sentenced. The work explores the external pressures and the internal thoughts of the people in the courtroom though performance and technology.

The work exists in two main parts. Three theatrical performances of the trial and three VR films of the trial allowing visitors to experience the viewpoints of the principals.



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  • Knitting machine workshop - Sam Meech ran a knitting machine workshop on the last day of the festival. He talks about how it went.My involvement with the project first came about through a series of scarves I’d designed inspired by Alan Turing. At first Read More


  • Drawing The Turing Trial - Robin Sukatorn is an artist and illustrator based in Manchester, who specialises in live drawing scenes from the political, civic and cultural world around him. He write about his experience as the courtroom sketch artist during Regina v Turing and Read More