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

Cortina aberta, palco livre, aplausos:
cinema e teatro

Não deixe de assistir a filmes e peças teatrais de repercussão mundial. A Alemanha convida a grandes festivais entre clássicos e comédias, a longas noites de teatro nas grandes cidades, à experiência de cinema ao ar livre e ao lendário teatro popular com séculos de tradição.

A festival that takes you back to your childhood: the Karl May festival in Bad Segeberg, Schleswig-Holstein , brings Karl May's characters to life like nowhere else. Winnetou, Old Shatterhand, Old Surehand, Sam Hawkins and all the others bring a flavour of the Wild West to the town, whose huge open-air arena provides a spectacular setting for these legendary tales.

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In the Bavarian Forest near the German-Czech border, a fearsome dragon menaces the small town of Furth. But fortunately, year after year, the valiant locals confront and eventually manage to slay it. Furth's dragon-slaying festival, a spectacle that attracts tens of thousands of visitors, traditionally begins in the second week in August.

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You might not necessarily associate Recklinghausen – a former mining town in the Ruhr region – with the theatre. But you'd be surprised. Recklinghausen really comes into its own as an international city of culture during the festival season from 1 May to mid-June. The Ruhr Theatre Festival is one of the biggest and most highly acclaimed events of its kind in Europe.

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Quality over quantity: this is the unwritten law that determines which artists are invited to perform at Jena's annual Cultural Arena festival. Performers will be participating in a programme of contrasts, ushered in by a four-day theatre spectacular. This is then followed by a string of films, concerts, Sunday bills for children and various specials, in a line-up that is as unconventional as it is entertaining.

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Pretty much everything is on offer during Berlin's Long Night of Opera and Theatre: operas, plays, concerts, singing, revues, musicals, variety, improv, cabaret, comedy, children's shows, youth theatre and puppet shows. More than 150 scenes and plays will be performed every hour between 7pm and 1am on nearly 60 stages.

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For a totally different theatre experience there's nowhere better than Hamburg , the city with one of the most dynamic and diverse theatre scenes in Germany. And the best time for this is always at the beginning of the new season, when the city's annual Theatre Night gives audiences a whirlwind tour of the world of drama and performance. With a programme featuring 300 events in 40 venues, this is a special night to remember.

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Rhineland-Palatinate's Summer of Culture takes place every year from 1 May to 3 October and features well over 200 projects covering all kinds of different cultural aspects. The theme is revised annually to reflect new focuses for the content, and the venue for the grand opening also changes every year. A large cultural festival on the first weekend in May offers families their first peek at the summer's programme of events.

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