Address Central Criminal Court Old Bailey, London EC4M 7EH, UK

The Old Bailey is the central court of the British Crown for crimes committed in Greater London.

Opened in 1907, the Old Bailey was built to the designs of architect Edward William Mountford.

Listed in 1970, the court houses many rooms. To address the judges, regardless of rank, one uses the words “my Lord” or “my Lady”. The Mayor of the city and his councillors may sit in court but have no active power.

The Old Bailey is an important place in pop culture, appearing in the comic strip V for Vendetta, George Orwell’s 1984, The Threepenny Opera, the film Justice League and the song Botany Bay in the musical Little Jack Sheppard.

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