At the start of this year the world was gripped by groundbreaking true crime documentary series Making a Murderer.
We were glued to Netflix for hours on end, determined to get to the truth before someone spoiled it for us in the queue to use the kettle at work.
But out of the tragic tale of Teresa Holbach, Steven Avery and the Manitowoc Police Department came two smart, inspiring and, frankly, adorable characters – Dean Strang and Jerry Buting.
Since Making a Murderer aired, Avery’s defence lawyers have become something of a celebrity double act, and now the pair are planning a tour of the UK.
In October, Strang and Buting will host ‘A Conversation on Making a Murderer‘ in Manchester’s Royal Northern College of Music (22 Oct), the London Palladium (23 Oct) and Glasgow’s O2 Academy (24 Oct).
The live discussion will see the duo chew over many questions that we all had (and shouted at the TV) about Avery’s case while watching the Making a Murderer series. There will be the chance for audience members to ask the lawyers their own questions, so it might be time to re-watch the show and take some notes while you’re at it.
Bizarrely, Strang and Buting became something of sex symbols during the time that Making a Murderer was hitting headlines. Their relatable personalities and emotional reactions to the case had many of us at home going weak at the knees. Admit it, they’re super cute.
If you fancy seeing Strang and Buting flex their legal muscles in person, tickets are around the £27 mark and go on sale this Friday (17 Jun) at 9am – more info
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