Wednesday, February 21

London, United Kingdom

Miranda’s Victim - UK Premiere

UK Premiere of "Miranda’s Victim"

Film, Reception, Live Q&A

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Wednesday, February 21st
Everyman Theatre Kings Cross
6:00pm Canape and Drinks Reception
8:00pm Screening + Directors/Actors Q&A

Please join us for the star-studded UK premiere of Supreme Court drama Miranda’s Victim.

About the Film

You have the right to remain silent.

Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.

You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford one, one will be appointed to you.

From NYPD Blue to The Practice to Law and Order, most of us have seen enough police procedurals to quote a basic Miranda Warning by heart. 

Drawn in by these taught, gritty dramas, we’re often given a bird’s-eye view of the hardworking detectives and prosecutors who labour behind-the-scenes to build trial-ready cases. Piecing together evidence from crime scenes, investigators, witnesses - and sometimes even incriminating statements from defendants themselves - there’s just one chance to get it right. 

The key to courtroom admissibility and often with the prosecutor’s case in the balance - whether (or not) defendants were duly informed by police of their statutory rights at the time of arrest and before any statements were taken.

That's the legacy of the 1966 Supreme Court ruling on Miranda v. Arizona.

To understand how these fundamental rights came to be enshrined, we have to go back to 1963 when things were…different.


Based on true events, Miranda’s Victim tells the story of a woman who changed America’s legal system forever.

In 1963 eighteen-year old Trish Weir was kidnapped and sexually assaulted. Her assailant Ernesto Miranda is caught and tried. But after he confesses without legal representation and is granted a retrial, it triggers a legal proceeding that forever changes the nation's justice system.  

Miranda’s Victim

Starring Abigail Breslin, Ryan Phillipe, Luke Wilson, Donald Southerland, Andy Garcia, Kyle MacLachlan and more!

Proceeds from this event will provide essential funds for DAUK’s get-out-the-vote work, including a campaign office, phone- and text-banking, postcarding and voting assistance throughout the critical 2024 election cycle, with democracy itself at stake. 

Don’t delay - we have a limited number of tickets at all levels.


Ticket Levels

Member: $25

Silver Patron: $100

Gold Patron: $250

Platinum Patron: $500

**You must be a US citizen to buy the tickets.

All tickets include drinks and canapes reception. 

Platinum tickets come with a complimentary “Plus One” guest reservation. 

Platinum and Gold tickets include preferred seating plus vouchers for 2 Everyman cocktails, plus a large popcorn and candy box to enjoy during the screening.


I can’t attend but would like to make a donation.


Tickets will be first come first served.


Wednesday, February 21, 2024 at 06:00 PM London Time

  • Canape and Drinks Reception
  • UK Premiere of Miranda’s Victim
  • Moderated Q&A with the Director, Casting Director and Actor(s)



6:00pm Drinks and Canapes Reception

8:00pm Film Premiere

10:30 pm Hosted Q&A with Michelle Danner (director) and Nancy Bishop (Casting Director)

Cast will zoom in from Los Angeles:

  • Emily Van Camp
  • Josh Bowman
  • And other names to be confirmed

11:00pm Drinks Reception (cont’d)

11:30pm Carriages


Local Restaurants

Planning to get a bite before the screening? Try one of these local favourites…

  • Happy Face Pizza (inside the building) -
  • Caravan Kings Cross -
  • The Lighterman -



  • Nearest station Kings Cross/St. Pancras
  • Allow a 10 minute walk from the station


Wednesday, February 21, 2024 at 06:00 PM London Time


Everyman Theatre Kings Cross
14-18 Handyside St
London N1C 4DN
United Kingdom
Google map and directions


Miranda’s Victim UK Premiere
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$25.00 Member

$100.00 Silver Patron

$250.00 Gold Patron

$500.00 Platinum Patron

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