Theatre (historical, new writing)

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Mengele by Philip Wharam and Tim Marriott. 1979, a beach in Brazil, a drowning man meets a mysterious woman who cajoles, questions and flatters him into defending the indefensible. A warning from the past for what happens when the world buys into hatred and bigotry... Returning to Edinburgh after sell-out seasons last year and at the Adelaide Fringe. Fringe Encore winner, taken to New York 2017. 'Astonishing' ***** ( 'Compelling' ***** (Advertiser, Adelaide). 'Absolutely riveting... a contemporary expose of a sociopathic narcissist' (

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