Who Killed Franz Ferdinand?
An Archduke assassinated. Europe on a knife edge. Four academic cocaine addicts trying to solve a murder. An idiotic killer. Death cult deception. Sword fights and feminism. Forensics and future queens. Politics and potatoes. Hilarious historical satire. From the team behind Fringe hit The Girl Who Loved Stalin, a new show addressing complex historical situations and hard-hitting truths with a tinge of sarcasm and ever-biting wit. This is a journey through the Archduke's life, unravelling the intense geopolitical dynamics of the Balkans while the main characters are as high as kites and having occasional sword fights.
Contains imitations of drug use.
Age category: 12+
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