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Past events
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Turkish, Spanish, Swabian, Italian, Arabic, Sign Language, Norwegian and German. A story can be told in any language, even if the storytellers are speaking two different languages. By telling stories in tandem, two languages become one tale. It doesn’t matter if you only speak one language or have only ever heard the second language in passing, or if you understand both of them. These stories will come to life for everyone!

Stories only really come to life through the people who tell them. These stories are about stones and soup made of stones, about treehouses and palaces, about Alexander and Wilhelm von Humboldt and much, much more. A new story will be told every Saturday – in German and another language.

Professional storytellers have brought many tales with them, connecting narrative, myth and motifs in ways that transcend languages. These stories keep cultures and traditions alive and even breathe new life into objects on display in our exhibitions.

A new story will be told every Saturday in German and another language. Children aged four and above can just drop in with their families to enjoy these stories in the Schlüterhof. Spontaneous visits are welcome and entry is free of charge.

 

The Programme

Contributors

Fr, 6. August – Sa, 11. September 2021
Airing Out. Open Air in the Schlüter Courtyard
Concerts, installations, performance, family programme, discourse and much more