A play inspired by an intern who died after working 72 hours straight

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A play inspired by an intern who died after working 72 hours straight
25th November 2014

The show is inspired by the devastating true story intern who died after working for seventy two hours straight.

Stage company Engineer Theatre Collective has used original research and real life testimonies from interns past and present to craft a dramatic and thought-provoking show which runs at the New Diorama Theatre until November 29.

Moritz Erhardt was a 21-year-old Bank of America Merrill Lynch intern who was found dead in a shower at his London flat after having an epileptic seizure after working for 72 hours in a row.

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