Next month, there is a moderately rare opportunity to explore the UK’s highest court of law after-hours and wander around the Grade II* listed building.


Start with a drink to the sound of live jazz in the magnificent wood-panelled lobby.

Then they have a series of events throughout the evening.

  • Ask a Court Usher what really goes on behind the scenes of a hearing.
  • Former Judicial Assistants, share their experiences of working for a Supreme Court Justice.
  • Designer Luke Hughes describes the challenge of creating a fitting home for the UK Supreme Court.
  • Art conservation expert, Jim Dimond talks about his work preserving the Middlesex Guildhall Art Collection.
  • Plus a performance by the Inner Temple Drama Society, presenting a contemporary courtroom drama.

The last three events will be repeated twice in the evening, but there is limited space in the courtrooms.

Thursday 14th May 2015

6-9pm (last admission 8.30pm)

Cost: £11.25

Book tickets here

I took a look around a few years back


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One comment on “Evening tours of the UK’s Supreme Court
  1. George says:

    Thanks for the tip. Got my ticket.