Sometimes you just have to look at reality from a different perspective. And that's what the satire known as Kabarett in German does best. Edgy jokes about Mutti Merkel, marriage, or the love of money all make it a little easier to cope with the unbearable lightness of being.
Are you fluent in sarcasm and black humour? Then you’ll be in good hands at Kulturkaten Kiek In. This cosy stage was expanded in 2008 and offers a varied programme of shoes, including satirical comedy.
Performers from all over Germany are invited to appear on stage here. This summer, the Hengstmann brothers are going to say it “in other words,” Reiner Kröhnert will provide crude theories about Mama Chancellor, and satirist Clemens-Peter Wachenschwanz will tell it like it really is.