July 22 – Anders Behring Breivik kills 77 people in twin terrorist attacks in Norway after a bombing in the Regjeringskvartalet government center in Oslo and a shooting at a political youth camp on the island of Utøya

Happy and smiling in the sun, youngsters on summer camp in Utoya the day before Breivik launched murderous rampage

Each red dot represents a life and shows where each victim spent their final moments before being executed by Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik.

Prison cell in Halden Norway. Anders Breivik is complaining about inhumane conditions in this prison.. #Follow Me #CooliPhone6Case on Twitter Facebook Google Instagram LinkedIn Blogger Youtube

Prison cell in Halden Norway. Anders Breivik is complaining about inhumane conditions in this prison.

Atrocity: Anders Breivik, seen left in court, fired indiscriminately on students at the summer camp on Utoya, where shell-shocked mourners lay flowers on the surface of the lake in the days after the mass shootings, right

We survived the Breivik massacre: Children caught in horror of Utoya island where extremist murdered 77 and injured more than 200

Atrocity: Anders Breivik, seen left in court, fired indiscriminately on students at the summer camp on Utoya, where shell-shocked mourners lay flowers on the surface of the lake in the days after the mass shootings, right

No one sould every have to go through something like this. Portraits of Utøya survivors by Andrea Gjestvang - Imgur

Portraits of Utøya survivors by Andrea Gjestvang

Oslo Shooter Anders Breivik's Terrified Victims Barricaded Themselves In Dorms As He Went On Killing Spree

Oslo Shooter Anders Breivik's Terrified Victims Barricaded Themselves In Dorms As He Went On Killing Spree

Serial Killers, Oslo

"This is a mighty play about not just one lost soul, but many. It is about grief, anger and revenge, but also about the things that bind us together as a community, the things that drive us apart, and what it is that makes us human." The Guardian ★★★★

The Events – Edinburgh festival 2013 review

David Greig came in for criticism for visiting Norway to research this play about a mass murder, but the result is quiet, compassionate and restrained, writes Lyn Gardner

La Licorne's French production of David Greig's The Events is essentially a two-person show, with Emmanuel Schwartz shape-shifting into a wide array of characters and Johanna Nutter portraying a woman whose goodness mutates into rage.

Anglophone actress Johanna Nutter plays a priest traumatized by a crazed gunman in a French production of David Greig’s harrowing play.

Utoya by Blakstad Haffner Arkitekter

Image 1 of 46 from gallery of Hegnhuset Memorial and Learning Center / Blakstad Haffner Arkitekter. Photograph by Espen Grønli

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