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Wetzlar Festival at Leitz-Park

22. - 23. July & 29. - 31. July 2022

After a two-year break due to the pandemic, the Wetzlar Festival is finally coming back again! This year, concerts and cabaret are under the motto 'Light in me' and will be presented from 22 June to 7 August: In Wetzlar's Rosengärtchen, in the Lottehaus and, for the first time, in Leitz-Park! The stage will be set up in the middle of the campus and will hold space for up to 300 guests. Browse through the programme - we look forward to seeing you!

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Get excited for these events in Leitz-Park!

The Tin Drum - Concert Reading

Selected scenes from the novel "The Tin Drum" (1959) by Günter Grass are read by actor Devid Striesow and atmospherically accompanied by drummer Stefan Weinzierl with vibraphone, marimba, percussion and live electronics.

Friday, 22. July, 8:30 pm I 30,- Euros

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Siegfried & Joy - Lass Vegas! The Magic Show

These magicians from Berlin are bringing Las Vegas to Wetzlar! Their current show will amaze even the last magic critic with spectacular illusions, rousing interaction and the right amount of self-irony.

Saturday, 23. July, 8.30 pm I 30,- Euros

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Reusch Saves the World – Cabaret

Poppy seed rolls and lambs, or sunshine and trouble spots: With a gentle smile and great presence of mind, cabaret artist Stefan Reusch settles accounts with what bothers him. Nothing is left unsaid, everything has to come out - because it's about saving the world.

Friday, 29. July, 8.30 pm I 30,- Euros

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Gogol & Mäx - Musical Cabaret

In their programme "Teatro Musicomico - The Concert of Anniversary Laughter", the award-winning musical comedians Christoph Schelb and Max-Albert Müller fight out musical and acrobatic duels with a good two dozen instruments.

Saturday, 30. July, 8.30 pm I 30,- Euros

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Literature and Wine - Reading

Actress and cabaret artist Eveline Lembke, accompanied by her pianist Daniel Schulz, presents selected poetry, prose and music about human passions. The evening will be rounded off by the "Vinoteca di Colbon".

Sunday, 31. July, 7.00 pm I 31,- Euros

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