Schauspiel Köln | Depot 2
A challenge to life in all its diversity. La Ribot creates a dream place with the inclusive dance company Dançando com a Diferença. HAPPY ISLAND tells about what it is like to exist with all the strength and jubilant beauty of the body.
Suzie Larke uses art photography to visualize inner states - fragility, for example. The fascinating images - printed on fabric and stretched in metal stands - stand where they belong: in the midst of people, in Cologne's Stadtgarten.
Subbelrather Straße 13
Have you had enough of this world? Catastrophes and social division make you despair? Visit the world of AGENDA! Apply now! Agenda item 1: More play, less work.
MAKK - Museum für Angewandte Kunst
BIOTOPE wants to cross borders. To rethink borders. And touch all senses to do so. The site-specific performance combines dance, performance art and objects. Without beginning and without end. Come closer!
TanzFaktur I WerksHalle
ENTLOVE YOU! is a rhythmic and humorous appeal to think and live love in a new way and to explore a new potential of love and asks the questions: How do we want to love and be loved?
TanzFaktur I BühnenSaal
One body, one individual - one person. One person as representative. To leave one's own perspective. To change one's own truth. Elsa Artmann as a person becomes a field of tension: unique universe and universal representative.
The inclusive theater collective Possible World presents Aristophanes 'The Birds' in a new guise. Deaf world, deaf culture and hearing world meet with humor and modernity.
Alte Feuerwache | Bühne
12 people talk about unusual moments in their lives and how the world suddenly changed. In a humorous and touching way, the encounters on stage weave into a story that reflects our society.
With a queer eye, we transform the rooms of the Cologne men's sauna Phoenix into the temporary utopia queertopolis. The sauna experience becomes a queer happening that invites to performances, installations and mini-workshops around lust, love, sex and relationships.
Next Date: 6.10. 18:00
Haus am See
A bus trip from the future to the past to show us how we can prevent the global climate crisis before it is too late for humankind. Based on the research project "Zukunftsbilder" (images of the future) by Scientists for Future on the question of what our lives might look like in 20 years, a multimedia theater experience was created.