Hamburg / Outdoor Stage
Hamburger Kultur International
As part of the Hamburger Kultursommer, Move the North in collaboration with The English Theatre of Hamburg are excited to present: “Hamburger Kultur International”. Join us for our two week outdoors festival program at the Marzipanfabrik and enjoy music, theatre, literature and more. The entrance is free.
When: 19.07.- 01.08. 2021
Where: Drilling Bar / Marzipanfabrik (Altona/Bahrenfeld). Haus 4 beim Schornstein, Friesenweg 4, 22763 Hamburg
Performances will be held safely according to all current Corona Health Authority recommendations and with restricted seating. Guest must register via the Luca App or paper sheet.
Gefördert im Rahmen des Kultursommers Hamburg.
15:00 Paul Glaser, Silvia Varelli & Friends
The choreographer Silvia Varelli and two dancers interpret poems by the Swedish poet Karin Boye in collaboration with Swedish born director and actor Paul Glaser in four languages (German, Swedish, English, Italian). An inspiring and thought-provoking improvisation of poetry and dance. Dramaturge Joanna Kaczmarek is also part of the creative team. Dancers: Maaria Lata, Maksym Lata.
17:00 Marshall Titus
»My music is a true reflection of who I am, an artist who is not dictated by current trends or tied to traditions. I am guided by the longing of my creative soul. "Born and raised in Chicago, Marshall Titus is an award-winning singer-songwriter, actor, and producer who began his career in high school and sang in local bands and vocal groups before becoming nationally known through a talent show. His musical journey took him to Europe, including Paris and Hamburg, where he lived and worked for nine years now.
19:30 Floy: Me, Myself & Janis Joplin
On the 50th anniversary of Janis Joplin's death, the Hamburg soul singer Floy verbally and musically moves thoughts on what the spirit of Janis Joplin meant to her and the world, then and now. A spirit of departure, of the unconventional, of freedom and revolution. Because tearing down inner and outer boundaries has lost little of its topicality. Soul singer Floy, who has fascinated audiences for decades, not only in her native Hamburg, reveals in this rousing show what her original inspiration was to become a soul, blues and gospel singer.