A mix of cabaret and comedy awaits you.
With Lutz von Rosenberg Lipinsky, René Sydow, Helene Mierscheid, Daniel Helfrich and Kerim Pamuk
The evening will be hosted by Lutz von Rosenberg Lipinsky. He is "Germany's funniest counselor". For years, he has been caring for the German soul in an entertaining and intelligent way. And it is currently stirring like rarely before, because democracy is in danger. Some say. We don't live in a democracy. Say the others. It's time to talk about what that is supposed to be: "rule by the people"? Lutz von Rosenberg Lipinsky ponders these and many other questions together with his guests:
René Sydow enchants his audience with a cheerful firework display of spitefulness against politicians, celebrities and political correctness.
Helene Mierscheid stands for fast-paced, plump satire at the height of her time. Authentic and likeably self-deprecating, she creates a skillful combination of private and political content.
Daniel Helfrich offers the audience socio-critical piano cabaret with an absolute guarantee of laughter. He claims: "Separation food is not a farewell dinner".
Kerim Pamuk thinks: 'With all the feedback meetings and self-optimization events, hardly anyone gets to work anymore, but with lots of overtime. How does that fit together? Kerim Pamuk takes stock, personally, politically and sometimes in a panic.
Pupils, students, trainees and federal volunteers are entitled to a discount. Valid proof must be brought to the event and shown on request.
Tickets for theater performances are also available at the tourist information offices.