Nazi Germany before the war

DRAMAS featuring Hitler and the Nazi regime are not rare – but Taken At Midnight takes a different look into the era before World War II.

Mark Hayhurst’s play starts in 1931 Berlin when a brilliant young lawyer, Hans Litten, called Adolf Hitler as a witness in the trial of a gang of SA men.

Taken At Midnight will be performed at the Mill Studio at Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud Theatre from Wednesday to Saturday, 11-14 April.

For the full story, see the 22 March issue

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