Run


London theatre news: Monday 7 March 2016


London Fringe - Opening - Shows

Starting tomorrow at Greenwich Theatre, this show is inspired by the true story of Moritz Erhardt, a 21-year-old intern who died after reportedly working 72 hours straight. The show moves to the New Diorama from 15 March.


[Trailer created by Alexander Nicolaou - nb: dates given at the end of the trailer refer to a previous run at the Pleasance.]


This show, presented by Engineer Theatre Collective, will be at the Greenwich Theatre from Tuesday 8 March until Saturday 12 March 2016.


After that, it moves on to the New Diorama for a run from 15 March to 9 April.


Synopsis


To what lengths would you go to get the job of your dreams?


Four ambitious twenty somethings enter the job market. What better way to start than a summer internship at a high end City bank? Motivated and hungry, they are ready to commit themselves, whatever it takes. The stakes are high.??Developed in conversation with the freshest financial minds and inspired by the true story of Moritz Erhardt, a 21-year-old intern who died at his London flat after reportedly working 72 hours straight, RUN is a blackly comic and tragic tale of ambition and personal sacrifice.


Links

Our listing at the Greenwich Theatre

Our listing at New Diorama Theatre

Engineer Theatre Collective


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