ROBERT BOLT'S A Man for All Seasons is being performed in Lincoln's Inn next week. The production, by the Bar Theatrical Society, will be staged in the Old Hall - where Sir Thomas More, the play's subject, would have eaten as a member of the inn. More, the publicity literature points out, was the last Lord Chancellor to be executed, and probably the only member of an inn of court to become a saint.
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