In May 1941, Hitler’s deputy, Rudolf Hess, bails out over Scotland on a self-appointed mission of peace. Immediately imprisoned, he was later sentenced to life at the Nuremberg Trials on charges of conspiracy for war and crimes against peace.
In Michael Burrell’s award-winning one-man play, Hess, played by Derek Crawford Munn, supposes what he might say to an audience about himself, the Third Reich, and the world we have created since the downfall of the Nazis and asks the question – how much has really changed?
This event has the following performances:
|3 May 2017|