The audience will be located on three sides of the performance place.
Date and Time
June 20, 2015 at 3:00 pm
Museumshafen, the oldest part of the port of Bremen
History of Site and Related Water Issues
Though a relatively new city, Bremerhaven has a long history as a trade port and today is one of the most important German ports, playing a crucial role in Germanys trade.
In 1947 the city became part of the federal state Free Hanseatic City of Bremen and was consequently renamed from Wesermünde to Bremerhaven. Today, Bremerhaven is therefore part of the city-state of Bremen, being to all intents and purposes a state comprising two cities, while also a city in its own right. The two cities, Bremerhaven and Bremen, are about 1 hour apart (by car).
Bremenhaven not only has now a museum of the emigrants (Auswanderer museum), but also a Zoo and a Museum about different climates in the world (Klimahaus) all in the old part of the harbor called Havenwelten.
Molde Canticle Pt.1 by Jan Garbarek Living Tubes and Rain Falls by Andrey Arkhimovich Funny Life by Funky Stereo The Healing by Djaakhan Tabla by M.Wire/R.Kruger Drums by Afrodrumming London Flutes by Mystic Warriors
Christliche Arbeitsgemeinschaft Tanz e.V. Regionalgruppe An der Küste, Hamburg:
Katharina Loske, Dörte Massow, Ortrud Meyer- Larsen, Candida Spahr- Carneiro, Astrid Thiele-Petersen and Heidrun Vielhauer
Artevale Maskart, Bremerhaven: Kathleen Ann Barberio, Antje Drehmann
Die Clowns, Bremen:
»Die Bremer Clowns« Miriam Interthal and Dörte Theesfeld in cooperation with Alexandra Scholz
Impuls e.V. Bremen:
Runa Siara, Tatjana Reichert and Katharina Moehle of Impuls e.V. in cooperation with Barbara Würminghausen
Music and Media: Djaakhan, Bremen: Musician and Media Artist
PR & Communication: Tabea Herrmann, Hamburg
Directions to the Site of Performance
The performance site can be reached by bus or car.
By bus take either lines 502, 505, 506, 508 or 509, get off at station “Hochschule/Stadttheater (either direction) and walk to Museumshafen/Schiffahrtsmuseum (appr. 5 min).
By car head towards “Havenwelten”. There are several parking spaces in close vicinity to the performance area.
The address is Hans-Scharoun-Platz 1, 27568 Bremerhaven.
Email for more information
How can I get involved?
We can use volunteer help on the day of performance in various ways:
– to mark the performance area
– to hand out the survey forms
– to collect the survey forms
– to hand out the programms
– to give information
Other resources and links
Our performance takes place in collaboration with Mega-am-Meer, an international geocaching event.