Ticket price: € 19
reduced: € 9,50
Fixed footwear required, not barrier-free, minimum age 16 years
Children from the age of 3, students and trainees below the age of 30, those undergoing compulsory military service or civilian alternative, federal volunteers, job-seekers, disabled people and those in possession of the "Bonn Ausweis" are entitled to a reduction of 50 % on the tick et price. You are asked to produce evidence of such entitlement (without having to be specifically asked) at the door.
Theatrical site inspection at Beethovenhalle
(Please note the special access conditions, see below.)
Rimini Protokoll director
Ari Benjamin Meyers Composition
Rostislav Kojevnikov violin
Barbara Streil violone
Justyna Śliwa viola
Teemu Myöhänen violoncello
Mit Horst Arnold | Alexander Brühl | Constanze Falke | Ursula Kosser | Lydia Lohmeier | Jürgen Nimptsch | Irmgard Nordbrock | Udo Skomorowsky | Michael Tänzer
‘Bauprobe Beethoven’ (Beethoven – a scenographic mock-up) places the commemoration of Beethoven in a larger context. Post-war German history is written into the building itself – a history of rebirth, glory and affluence, but also of neglect, strife and loss of meaning.
Rimini Protokoll’s trademark is their use of amateur actors, so-called ‘experts in everyday life’. Their current project likewise involves people whose work and lives are closely connected with Beethoven Hall. ‘Bauprobe Beethoven’ thus breathes life into the Hall – prematurely – and perhaps addresses Beethoven as a ‘permanent construction site’, a figure constantly slipping out of our grasp.
The event takes place in accordance with the corona protection measures then in force. Visitors are guided around the construction site in small groups (maximum 15 people).
Please note the special admission requirements for this event:
- Minimum age 16 years
- visitors* must wear sturdy shoes
- The event is not barrier-free
- The event is in German language
- Visitors must register by handing in this signed information sheet at the entrance: DOWNLOAD