Theater, Performance und Tanz in Hamburg - Kampnagel

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Internationales Sommerfestival 2021
Festival Avant-Garten:

JAJAJA & Guests, Juliane Liebert, Zeit Stiftung Panel u.a. mit N. Diekmann und M. Stokowski, HH-Konvent

  • Juliane Liebert
    © Juliane Liebert
  • Margarete Stokowski
    © Esra Rotthoff
  • Michel Abdollahi
    © Max Baier & Arian Henning
  • Nicole Diekmann
    © Philipp Baben der Erde
Theory / Theater & Performance
  • Wed, 18.08.2021 17:00



Juliane Liebert works as a freelance writer and journalist, among others for the Süddeutsche Zeitung, DIE ZEIT and DER SPIEGEL, and is one of the most idiosyncratic and strongest voices in the male-dominated German-language pop feuilleton. The Berlin-based author also writes prose and poetry and has published several books, including “Hurensöhne! Über die Schönheit und Notwendigkeit des Schimpfens“ (Son of a Bitch! On the Beauty and Necessity of Ranting). In 2021, Suhrkamp published the poetr collection "lieder an das große nichts" (songs to the great nothing) on which the taz wrote: "The irony, the metaphor, the subtext, everything is right." We agree, and that's why Liebert will be reading from her poems on the Waldbühne at the Summer Festival.




"What is an autonomous city?"

What does Hamburg stand for? Are we well prepared for the the future, for change? What does the city want and what can the city do? Where should the future take us and what is important to us? Carsten Brosda, Senator for Culture and Media, Ulrike Hermann, business correspondent for the taz, Petra von Strombeck, CEO of NEW WORK SE (formerly XING SE) and Marcus Wiebusch, musician (Kettcar) and co-founder of the Grand Hotel van Cleef label, will discuss the challenges and changes that we face. The Hamburg Convention will be moderated by Birgit Detig, Cities Director Berlin, Hamburg, Munich at Arcadis and Marc Schwieger, Managing Director, PUSHH agency.


In the ZEIT-Stiftung's new podcast "Zwischenrufe - zu Fragen der Zeit," Sascha Suhrke talks with Michel Abdollahi, German-Iranian emcee, performance artist, painter, journalist and author, Nicole Diekmann, journalist and correspondent for ZDF, and Margarete Stokowski, Polish-German author and columnist – about how hatred, incitement and shitstorms arise, how they work, what goals are pursued, what they do and how we should oppose them. What strategies help?


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Like last year, Hamburg's pearl of pleasure parks will be designed by JASCHA&FRANZ - conceptually accompanied by the long-time festival associated performance group JAJAJA and extended by a Waldbühne by Urs Amadeus Ulbrich and Gras & Steine. With references to fun fairs and theme parks and with a concept for accessibility, the Festival Avant-Garden offers various areas with installations, performances, culinary delights from the Peacetanbul Restaurant and a daily changing program on several open-air stages and the Migrantpolitan building (details in the program overview).

Capacity is limited due to the pandemic and access is only possible with a personalized ticket (3€, available in advance and at the box office). With a ticket for another festival performance on the same evening you can enter the garden for free - as long as there is enough capacity, otherwise there might be bridgeable waiting times. Seated areas in front of the various garden stages will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Details about hygiene rules on site will be published here in due time.

HERE you will find all the latest information and Corona rules for your visit.

Supported within the framework of NEUSTART KULTUR #TakeAction and #TakePart by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

Project funding: Hamburgische Kulturstiftung and von Berlichingen & Partner Steuerberatungsgesellschaft.

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