Following Sam Hallam's release from prison for a murder he didn't commit - SOMEONE TO BLAME returns to King's Head Theatre

Sam Hallam play 

returns to the King's Head Theatre  
for 3 performances following his release from prison   
for a murder he didn't commit 
Someone To Blame, the acclaimed verbatim play telling the story of Sam Hallam, wrongly convicted of murder in 2004, returns to the King's Head Theatre following his release from prison on 16 May 2012. 

★★★★ The Independent
★★★★ Whatsonstage 
★★★★ The Public Reviews 
★★★★ Ham & High

On Thursday 17 May 2012, Sam Hallam’s conviction for murder was officially quashed at The Royal Courts of Justice. He had spent the last seven years of his life in prison, for a crime he did not commit.

The King’s Head Theatre produced Tess Berry-Hart’s verbatim play Someone To Blame, telling his story, in March 2012. To celebrate his freedom, we are bringing the production back to the King’s Head, with added scenes to bring the play up-to-date.

All profits will go towards the Sam Hallam Campaign.

Miscarriages of justice might not always make the news, but they still happen.

This is Sam's story.

Word for word.

Listings information

Someone to Blame

by Tess Berry-Hart from spoken evidence

Director David Mercatali

Lighting Designer Richard Williamson

The King’s Head Theatre 
115 Upper Street
N1 1QN

Sunday 3 June
Monday 4 June
Tuesday 5 June

at 7.15pm

All tickets £10

Box office: 020 7478 0160