PHOTO: © Foto © Kraus & Perino/Loriot Design GmbH

Johann von Bülow liest LORIOT "Der ganz offene Brief"

In the organizer's words:

"Dear Quick, a strange incident forces me to write to you again..." These are the words that begin 115 unknown gems from the pen of Germany's greatest humorist. From 1957 to 1961, the column "Der ganz offene Brief" ("The very open letter") appeared in the magazine QUICK. In it, Vicco von Bülow, alias Loriot, painted a portrait of the young Federal Republic of Germany in concise, always pointed texts. The letters marked Loriot's first step from illustrator to author. His ingenious announcements as a television presenter are already laid out here. As are the sketches with which he would later fascinate a mass audience.

Johann von Bülow is not only a well-known actor who has appeared in films such as The Adlon, The Mirror Affair, the movie Elser and the cult series Murder with a View, but, as the name von Bülow suggests, he is also a nephew of Loriot and therefore predestined to perform the recently rediscovered letters on stage. A tribute to the great humorist Loriot and a highlight.

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