• Karl May Festival, Bad Segeberg
    Karl May Festival, Bad Segeberg ©Karl-May-Festspiele Bad Segeberg
  • International May Festival, Wiesbaden
    International May Festival, Wiesbaden ©Cheng Ying Sichan Opera Theatre
  • Störtebeker Festival, Rügen
    Störtebeker Festival, Rügen ©Störtebeker Festspiele GmbH & Co.KG
  • Dragon-slaying pageant, Furth
    Dragon-slaying pageant, Furth © Der Drachenstich
  • Hamburg Theatre Night
    Hamburg Theatre Night © Hamburger Theaternacht
  • Ruhr Theatre Festival, Recklinghausen
    Ruhr Theatre Festival, Recklinghausen ©Ruhrfestspiele Recklinghausen
  • Classics at the Lake, Losheim am See
    Classics at the Lake, Losheim am See ©Gabo, R. Ruppenthal
  • Berlinale
    Berlinale © Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin
  • Stuttgart International Cartoon Festival – Festival of Animated Film (ITFS)
    Stuttgart International Cartoon Festival – Festival of Animated Film (ITFS) ©Internationales Trickfilm-Festival Stuttgart
  • Festival Theaterformen, Braunschweig and Hannover
    Festival Theaterformen, Braunschweig and Hannover ©Andreas Etter
  • Baltic Festival, Stralsund / Greifswald
    Baltic Festival, Stralsund / Greifswald © imago
  • Schwerin Castle Festival
    Schwerin Castle Festival ©Silke Winkler
  • Cathedral Steps Theatre Festival, Erfurt
    Cathedral Steps Theatre Festival, Erfurt ©Thüringer Tourismus GmbH (Luth Edelhoff)
  • Summer Theatre Festival in Bad Lauchstädt
    Summer Theatre Festival in Bad Lauchstädt ©Andreas Biesenbach

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세계적인 연극과 세계의 영화. 고전 연극뿐만 아니라 희극, 대규모 페스티벌과 대도시의 긴 연극의 밤, 오픈 에어 시네마, 수백 년의 전통이 살아 숨 쉬는 전설적인 민중극에 여러분을 초대합니다.

Wiesbaden , the capital of Hessen and one of Germany's finest cities, is nothing less than a global showcase for the world's theatres and orchestras. Here's it's about striving for perfection and for the ultimate in music-making, bringing together high culture, great art and discerning audiences.

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For grown-ups, it's a haven of bliss – for children, the city's biggest sandpit. The Kulturstrand in Bavaria's capital city is a welcome relief for all, especially city-dwellers who, according to the organisers, are always needing a holiday.

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At this festival, established film makers can only sit and watch. The Mannheim / Heidelberg International Film Festival is devoted exclusively to talented newcomers to the industry, and that's what makes it special. All 40 to 50 films screened are genuine premieres selected by the organisers from over 1,000 entries from around the world. Every year around 60,000 festival visitors gain insights into current developments in 21st century film.

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Since 1997 Classics at the Lake has been the Saarland's biggest and most popular open-air classical event. The gently sloping grounds, the lake view, the scenery and the excellent facilities at Losheim reservoir all contribute to the wonderful, laid-back atmosphere. In true Saarland style, there's delicious food to go with the music. The gourmet package comes with an exquisite finger buffet including drinks.

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The Festival of German Film is held in a park on the banks of the Rhine on the outskirts of Ludwigshafen . Its aim, say the organisers, is to promote high-quality German films regardless of their box-office success. The festival also pays tribute to outstanding German-language films from other countries. The best film of the festival is presented with a cinematography award. Around 35,000 people cast their vote for the audience award.

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Friedrich Schiller was not only one of the most important German-speaking dramatists – he was also Mannheim's first playwright. In acknowledgement of this, Mannheim National Theatre holds the International Schiller Festival every two years, at which a variety of productions from classical to contemporary shed light on the modern relevance of Schiller's writings and ideas. In the true spirit of this great poet, time is also set aside for discussions and debate.

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It is without a doubt one of the most beautiful open-air stages in the world. The ruins of this abbey church are so stunning that they were used for theatre performances only a short time after the 1761 fire that devastated the building. The modern-day festival in the Hessian town of Bad Hersfeld was launched in 1951. Since that date, at least four plays or musicals have been performed in the ruins each summer – and the erection of a covered stand has allowed the show to go on whatever the weather.

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