Adolf Hitler is evergreen. As long as the world lives, people will remember him. Call it greatness, call it irony, but the matter of the fact is, he's unforgettable. Capturing that essence of Adolf Hitler is this internationally acclaimed play, Adolf.
The British Council brings to the delight of all the authentic theatre buffs of the city, Adolf, the play that has been claimed to one of the best ever on the man. It is being performed by Pip Utton, who's even won the best actor award, by the Bristol Evening Post for his role as Henry IV.
Written by Utton himself, this play furnishes an acute anatomy of fascism; its ideological justifications, its poisoned utopias. It actually takes the audience on a journey of understanding the mindset of a nation that would let a man like Hitler to lead it.
Great for all audiences, this is live theater at its best - powerful, dramatic, challenging, divisive, illustrative and educational. It is utterly provocative and totally necessary. In fact the main aim of the British Council is to bring forward the need of political theatre.
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