- A COMPLICITE AND
SCHAUBÜHNE BERLIN CO-PRODUCTION
- BEWARE OF PITY
- ADAPTED FROM THE BOOK BY STEFAN ZWEIG
DIRECTED BY SIMON MCBURNEY
- ON DEMAND UNTIL
- SUNDAY 26 FEBRUARY 2017 11.59PM (GMT)
The live stream will begin at 3.00pm (GMT) on Sunday 12 February.
To watch it live, you will need to:
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3. We recommend playing the stream at the highest quality. To do this, click on the icon at the bottom of the video screen, select ‘quality’ and then select ‘Auto’. If, however, you experience any disruption or lagging in the video, go back to these settings and choose a lower quality level.
Beware of Pity will be available on demand
until 26 February 2017 11:59 (GMT)
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