The Order of the Day – Klaus Maria Brandauer reads Éric Vuillard

20/10/24Sunday, 18:00Duration 2hBrucknerhaus LinzUntere Donaulände 7, 4010 Linz
Klaus Maria Brandauer
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In his award-winning novel "The Order of the Day", Éric Vuillard looks into the back rooms of European rulers before the catastrophe of the Second World War.

He impressively and succinctly exposes the ridiculous and appalling behaviour of the political and economic elite that led to the Nazi takeover, the annexation of Austria and the outbreak of war. A historical view of the European continent from the present, read by chamber actor and honorary member of the Burgtheater Klaus Maria Brandauer, with Magdalena Hasibeder playing the organ.

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Brucknerhaus Linz
Untere Donaulände 7, 4010 Linz
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The wheelchair lift at the side entrance (east) leads to the upper foyer and provides access to the halls. The wheelchair lift at the main entrance (west) provides access to the sanitary facilities. There is also a regular passenger lift to the side of the BRUCKNER'S restaurant for access to the 1st floor. Up to 10 wheelchair spaces are provided in the main and middle auditorium, as well as sufficient spaces for accompanying persons. The Brucknerhaus is also equipped with an inductive hearing system. In the Great Hall (including the gallery) and the Middle Hall, people with hearing aids can follow the performances completely clearly and without interference. Hearing quality may be impaired at guest events.