Next Premiere: "IM DICKICHT DER STÄDTE" on January 25

The history of humanity is a heap of untidy material. Young Brecht wondered how he could get to the bottom of it when the actions of our time could no longer be explained by old motives, often borrowed from literature. His play was supposed to be about a fight.


Christopher Rüping will be directing "Im Dickicht der Städte". Premiere on January 25.

Please find further information and tickets here.

  • Today
  • Kammer 1
  • 20:00 Hrs

KEYNOTE

BY PEGGY PIESCHE

AHYA SIMONE

concert

  • Today
  • Kammer 2
  • 18:00 Hrs

EVERYONE SHOULD FEEL INVITED

  • 18. Jan
  • Kammer 1
  • 21:00 Hrs

Ritournelle

Festival night for advanced electronic music // WITH TONY ALLEN, ZEBRA KATZ, MOOR MOTHER, KLEIN, la Staab AND OTHERS

concert

LIONHEARTED - AUS DER DECKUNG

A Film by Antje Drinnenberg (D, 2019, 90')

  • 18. Jan
  • Kammer 2
  • 19:00 Hrs

BOXKAMPF

OPERATION SUNKEN SEA

Von Heba Y. Amin

Performance

BEING PINK AIN'T EASY

By Joana Tischkau

Performance

JUDAS

von Lot Vekemans

Director: Johan Simons

play

SURFACE

By Nofar Sela

Performance

ARE WE ENEMIES? ARE WE FRIENDS?

Discussion with Gloria Wekker, Peggy Piesche, Max Czollek, Bahareh Sharifi // Moderation: Nadja Ofuatey-Alazard

SURFACE

By Nofar Sela

Performance

BEING PINK AIN'T EASY

By Joana Tischkau

Performance

News

Don´t miss the reading on Monday 13. January:
“THE NATIONAL SOCIALIST MURDERS OF PATIENTS IN MUNICH”

Some 300,000 mentally ill and people with disabilities were murdered between 1939 and 1945 by doctors and nurses in Germany and Eastern Europe. Initiated by Adolf Hitler’s “Euthanasia” decree of 1 September 1939 and centrally directed from Berlin, adults and children classified as “unworthy of life” were killed using gas, overdoses of drugs, starvation or deliberate neglect. The first transfer of patients to an institution for their murder took place 80 years ago on 18 January 1940: they were patients of the Eglfing-Haar sanatorium and nursing home. More than 2,000 Munich residents were murdered in institutions by medical staff. From their letters we reconstruct a picture of what happened at that time.

After a brief period of investigation by the Allies in preparation for the Nuremberg medical trials, these crimes were forgotten, repressed and denied. Only decades later did the systematic investigation of violent crimes tentatively begin. Gradually the victims were reintegrated into the family and collective memory. Afterwards, a discussion with the psychiatrist Prof. Dr. Michael von Cranach and the historian Dr. Sibylle von Tiedemann will take place. It is possible for relatives to receive support in their research.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: ROAD WORKS NEAR MÜNCHNER KAMMERSPIELE
Due to construction work on Maximilianstraße trams 19 and 21 will be out of service (starting March 25th until the end of June) between Stachus (Nord) and Max-Weber-Platz. No rail replacement service is provided. The car park at Hochbrückenstraße remains accessible during road works.

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