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Open-air theater, Katzweiler

Open-air theater, Katzweiler

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

Information Freilichtspiele Katzweiler e.V., phone: 06301/9619, www.freilichtspiele-katzweiler.de

Cultural and conference center "Haus des Bürgers", Ramstein

Cultural and conference center "Haus des Bürgers", Ramstein

The cultural and conference center "Haus des Bürgers" in Ramstein offers a broad program of guest performances by national and international ensembles and stars.

Information: Kultur- und Tagungszentrum "Haus des Bürgers", box office phone pohne: 06371/592220, www.hausdesbuergers.de

Civic hall, Landstuhl

Civic hall, Landstuhl

At the beginning of the 1990s this former post office was converted 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

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 in the castle's inner courtyard.

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

Fruchthalle (Fruit hall), Kaiserslautern

Fruchthalle (Fruit hall), Kaiserslautern

The Fruchthalle was built in 1843-1846 by the architect August von Voit in the style of the Palazzo Medici in Florence and used to serve 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

Kammgarn, Kaiserslautern

Kammgarn, Kaiserslautern

The premises of the former worsted spinning mill are the site of various concerts and events for young and old.

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

Pfalztheater, Kaiserslautern

Pfalztheater, Kaiserslautern

The "large stage" and the "studio stage" (Werkstattbühne) 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

Bürgerhaus & -keller (Community center), Weilerbach

Bürgerhaus & -keller (Community center), Weilerbach

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

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

BiS - Bühne im Stift (Stage at the retirement home), Trippstadt

The title "BiS-Bühne im Stift" 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

Saal Kaiser (Civic hall), Mackenbach

In the late 19th century, this public hall was the place where bands were put together who would then go out into the world to make music. 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