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The Collini Case by Ferdinand von Schirach

In 2002, a wealthy 85-year old industrialist called Jean-Baptiste Meyer is murdered in his Berlin hotel. A sixtysomething Italian, Fabrizio Collini, is responsible. After 34 years’ blameless service as a toolmaker at the Daimler factory, he has snapped. 335 more words

Caspar Leinen

Später würden sich alle daran erinnern, der Etagenkellner, die beiden älteren Damen im Aufzug, das Ehepaar auf dem Flur im vierten Stock.

The Collini Case by Ferdinand von Schirach

The Collini Case opens with a moment of brutality as Fabrizio Collini walks into a hotel room where Hans Meyer, a man in his eighties, is staying and viciously kills him. 673 more words


It's the Spirit of the Underdog*

For a lot of people, there’s just something about the ‘underdog.’ You know the sort of character I mean. Outgunned, as the saying goes, but not willing to give up the fight. 1,152 more words

Agatha Christie

Terror at the Lyric Hammersmith review ****


Lyric Hammersmith, 19th June 2017

Terror is not your typical piece of theatre. It is a courtroom drama yes, but not in the form of a classic “did he/she or didn’t he/she do it”. 526 more words


News: Full Cast Announced for Terror

The full casting for the UK premiere of Ferdinand von Schirach’s thrilling courtroom drama Terror.

Guilty. Not Guilty. You Decide.

Enter the courtroom. Hear the evidence. 139 more words