19:00-19:30, 20:00-20:30, 21:00-21:30, 22:00-22:30
Berlin CathedralR1 R7 Lesungen spiritueller Texte und Musik
Bertelsmann Unter den Linden 1R1 R7 Harald Martenstein continues his great chronicle of Germany today, portioned into witty texts about politics, everyday life, getting old. Anyone who wants to understand this country has to read what Martenstein has to say.
20:00-20:30, 21:00-21:30, 00:00-00:30
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 In numerous fairy tales, myths and legends the wolf appears as a figure of horror, in animal fables as a comic figure or even positively as a protector and provider for human children. Cathrin Alisch (vocals, viola) undertakes a foray into international wolf literature. At midnight, it will get eery with stories of werewolves.
Puppet Theatre Museum Berlin150 years ago Max and Moritz were born. Stories and poems to amaze and amuse, read by Barbara Höllfritsch.
Anne Frank CentreR1 R2 This year, Zvi Aviram, the only remaining survivor of the Jewish resistance group Chug Chaluzi, published his life story “Mit dem Mut der Verzweiflung“ (Courage Bourne of Desparation). The actor Lion Wasczyk, known for his performance in the film “My Daughter Anne Frank” will read from the book.
Bertelsmann Unter den Linden 1R1 R7 Paul Bolowski is back – with his quiet, respected power: two dozen captivating, biting stories from the life of a Polish immigrant child.
Puppet Theatre Museum BerlinStories to please and scare you, told by Barbara Höllfritsch