“Hitler Alone is chillingly real ... an act of bravery, if ever I saw one.” THE SCOTSMAN
Hitler Alone has toured nationally to much acclaim and been seen at the Edinburgh Fringe six times, where it was put on the ‘Best of the Fest’ list.
In an imagined monologue during the hour before Hitler’s suicide in the Berlin Bunker, Hitler Alone attempts to penetrate the heart and mind of this “maniac of ferocious genius” (Winston Churchill) as he contemplates his past, present and future in moods that charm and repel in equal measure.
Written and performed by Paul Webster
Friday, June 21, 2013 - 20:00 to Saturday, June 22, 2013 - 20:00