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Friday, September 24

“LUCK AND HAPPINESS” is the motto of the third hin&herzo - the Cultural Festival. On the first day of the Culture Festival, September 24, the project award will be granted, the Leipziger Pfeffermühle can be seen at the Vereinshaus, and Martin Brambach and Christiane Sommer perform a reading at the Culture Pavilion. The children’s program starts in the afternoon already. And you are invited to visit the hin&herzo Discovery Area with little pieces of luck and happiness waiting for you right in front of your door.


PROJEKTPREISVERLEIHUNG AN BIRKA FALTER

Birka Falter ©Kristina JalovaErster Bürgermeister Dr. German Hacker verleiht den hin&herzo-Projektpreis 2020 nachträglich an Birka Falter.Die Verleihung findet in der Evangelischen Kirche (Von-Seckendorff-Straße 1, Herzogenaurach) statt. Alle kulturinteressierten Bürger*innen sind herzlich eingeladen, der Verleihung beizuwohnen. Im Anschluss an die Verleihung stellt Birka Falter mit ihrem Ensemble das Gewinnerprojekt vor. Der Eintritt ist frei.
Evangelische Kirche, 19.00 Uhr



CABARET: LEIPZIGER PFEFFERMÜHLE »HOW HAPPY AM I THAT NOBODY KNOWS …« SOLD OUT

©Leipziger PfeffermühleCabaret is to put its finger on the weak points of politics. With wit and irony, a disaster can be turned into happiness: the happiness of a laughing audience. What do Hänsel and Greta do in the Hambacher Forst with their electromobile? Will the town musicians from Bremen establish an affordable senior living community? During their plays, the Leipziger Pfeffermühle make fairy tales collide with e-mobility and gentrification. What’s the result? Black humor with colorful spotlights of cabaret!
Vereinshaus, 8.00 pm

Pre-Sale: 25.00 EUR | 21.00 EUR (red.)
Day's takings: 27.00 EUR | 23.00 EUR (red.)
 

READING: MARTIN BRAMBACH AND CHRISTINE SOMMER »LOVE LETTERS«

©Martin BrambachLove and happiness are often named in the same breath. Can one exist without the other at all? The artist couple Christine Sommer and Martin Brambach (Grimme award winner, among other roles “Tatort” inspector) are not only in love with each other but they also love literature. They read from the most beautiful love letters from world literature, letters in which well-known lovers express their feelings - powerfully eloquent, excited, enchanting, wooing, longing, eagerly and enthusing.
Culture Pavilion, 8.00 pm

Pre-Sale: 25.00 EUR | 21.00 EUR (red.)
Day's takings: 27.00 EUR | 23.00 EUR (red.)

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