District of Kaiserslautern: stages and festival halls

District of Kaiserslautern: stages and festival halls

Open-air theater, Katzweiler

The idyllic stage in the woods is the setting for annual outdoor performances. It is one of the largest open-air theaters in southwest Germany.
Every year the summer program offers one to one and a couple of people performing from May to August.

information Open air games Katzweiler e.V., phone: 06301/9619, www.freilichtspiele-katzweiler.de

Cultural and conference center "House of the citizen", Ramstein

The cultural and conference center "House of the citizen" Ramstein offers a broad program of guest performances by national and international ensembles and stars.

Information: Culture and Convention Center "House of the citizen", box office phone pohne: 06371/592220, www.hausdesbuergers.de

Civic hall, Landstuhl

At the beginning of the 1990s this former post office was transformed into a modern cultural and conference center. Contemporary architectural elements were skillfully combined with the building’s historic façade.
It is a place for conferences, exhibitions, and performances of operas, musicals and plays.

Information: Stadthalle Landstuhl, phone: 06371/495311, www.stadthalle-landstuhl.de

Castle festival Nanstein Castle, Landstuhl

The Landstuhl Castle Festival is held at Nanstein Castle in the summer months. A group of Palatine hobby actors performs comedies in local dialect at the castle‘s inner courtyard.

Information: Sickingen tourism Landstuhl, phone: 06371/1300012, www.burgspiele-landstuhl.net

Fruit hall (Fruit hall), Kaiserslautern

The Fruit Hall was built in 1843-1846 by the architect Augustus von Voit in the style of the Palazzo Medici in Florence and used as a market hall. Today the banquet hall is used for concerts and large social events.

informaion: Culture department of the city of Kaiserslautern, phone: 0631/3651410

Worsted yarn, Kaiserslautern

The premises of the former are the sites of various concerts and events for young and old.

Information: Ticket-Line: 0631/3652607, Ticket-Fax: 0631/9661410, www.kammgarn.de

Pfalztheater, Kaiserslautern

The "large stage" and the "studio stage" (Workshop stage) offer small, intimate studio productions of plays as well as grand opera, operetta and ballets of the "great masters".

Information: Pfalztheater, phone: 0631/36750 (Central switchboard); phone: 0631/3675219 (public relations), www.pfalztheater.de

town house & -cellar (Community center), Weilerbach

The Weilerbach community center and its basement are the stage of the cabaret club "flail" Weilerbach with its wide-ranging program.

Information: Bürgerhaus Weilerbach, phone: 06374/70305 or Tourist office Weilerbach, phone: 06374/922131, www.dreschflegel.de

BiS – Stage at the retirement home, Trippstadt

The title "BiS stage in the pen" stands for a variety of cultural offerings. The program ranges from classical music via brass bands, singer-song writers, literature, cabaret, magicians to jazz.

Information: GDA Wohnstift, phone: 06306/82431

Hall Emperor (Civic hall), Mackenbach

In the late 19th century, this public hall was the place where bands were put together. A special feature of the hall is its unique honeycomb-style wooden ceiling. The present Saal Kaiser offers a diverse cultural program.

Information: Mayor Werner Christmann, phone: 06374/6065 or 6114 or Tourist office Weilerbach, phone: 06374/9221

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