Saturday, 5 September 2015, is the night you should mark in your time to venture into a cultural pilgrimage: from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m., Hamburg theatres will be demonstrating their diversity, uniqueness and distinctiveness for an entire night. The night will give visitors an insight into the current productions of the city’s theatres: lavish and purist stagings, traditional and vanguard, spoken and sung, tragic and comedic, danced and improvised. The dedicated kids and youth programme will start as early as 4 p.m., with youngsters aged 0-14 enjoying free entry with a paid adult ticket.
40 Stages to Explore
There will be talks, songs, dances, miming, scribbling, improvisations, sounds produced, fooling around, music played, crying and laughing – in other words, life being is celebrated in all forms. Information, tickets and programme will be available at the open-air stage at the central square at Jungfernstieg, where all bus shuttles and all Alster ship connections will start and end. And don’t miss out on the popular “Crazy Hour” taking place between midnight and 1:00 a.m., for which venues will exchange artists – a lively transfer between very different stages, loved not only but the general public, but also the participating artists in the past years.
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