Today
https://www.schauspiel-leipzig.de Schauspiel Leipzig Bosestraße 1, 04109 Leipzig
Unfortunately the performance has to be cancelled.
Thu, 09.04. 18:00 — 19:30
Stadtraum
https://www.schauspiel-leipzig.de Schauspiel Leipzig Bosestraße 1, 04109 Leipzig
Unfortunately the performance has to be cancelled.
Thu, 09.04. 20:00 — 21:20

A project by Regine Dura & Hans-Werner Kroesinger
Diskothek
the City of Leipzig's own cultural organizations will cease their performances from 13.3.2020 up to 20.04.2020.

The following options apply to tickets already purchased for events taking place during this period:

  • Exchange: Your ticket will be rebooked for another performance
  • Voucher: You will receive a voucher for the value of your purchased card. Subscribers will automatically receive the performance value back as an exchange voucher
  • Refund: You return your card and receive a full refund
  • Donations: If you would like to waive the refund of the ticket price, we would be pleased if you donate the amount to the Freundeskreis Schauspiel Leipzig

Please contact us in any case, no matter which option you choose.

We are at your disposal either by telephone on 0341-1268 168 or by e-mail at besucherservice@schauspiel-leipzig.de. Please let us know which option you would like to choose, as well as your name, first name, address, order number, day of performance and performance. In case of a refund, please also let us know your IBAN.

Please note that tickets purchased on the Internet (e.g. eventim.de) or at external ticket agencies can only be cancelled there.

We thank you in advance for your patience and ask for your understanding that due to the large number of cancellations, the processing of the return transfers may take some time.
We will inform you about current developments on our website.
Schauspiel Leipzig gives non-German-speaking citizens and guests the chance to experience a play with live translation into another language. On request, Schauspiel Leipzig is happy to provide English-language guided theatre tours.
Forty years after the film “The Man who fell to Earth”, David Bowie planned to dedicate a new project to Thomas Jerome Newton: a sequel to the story in the form of a musical. He outlined a vision of Newton, ageless and unable to die, drinking gin, devouring synthetic sweets and watching television. Around him, real and imaginary figures perform scenes from Newton’s past, turning the present into an enigmatic and confusing “fever dream”.

Upcoming Premieres

15.–17.05.2020