MONDAY, 17 April:
Elvis Depressedly &
TV Girl @
CafÃ© Cairo, 20:30h:
Elvis Depressedly is a duo from Asheville, North Carolina. Their music can be called Lo-Fi Indie Rock or Pop Realism. Expect great soundscapes of floating Downbeats and handmade fragments.
TV Girl on the other side are about to present their sunny Frenchpop tunes. But if you listen closely, you'll get the cynicism that makes the band from Los Angeles, California so unique.
Tickets are only 10â‚¬ for both bands. Also the CafÃ© Cairo provides a huge variety of drinks and snacks for a friendly price.
TUESDAY, 18 April:
Party: StuDienstag (Students' Tuesdays) @Labyrinth, 22:00h:
Tuesday is Students' Day at the Laby! All students and pupils get in for free until midnight and the regular admission is only 4â‚¬. Inside you'll find yourselves between four bars, an area with foosball and pool billard, a kitchen serving great fingerfood and a wonderful dancefloor. If you love Indie Rock, Alternative, Pop and Rock, this is the right place to be for you tonight.
Also there are plenty of special offers on drinks such as Asbach, Whiskey, Vodka, Beer or Fanta. Put on your dancing shoes and get to the Laby!
WEDNESDAY, 19 April:
Improv Theatre: Ein durchschnittlich groÃŸes Desaster @Kellerperle, 18:30h/20:00h:
Beautifully weird scenes and situations that erase from nothing, a great variety of ideas and viewpoints - and still there is cohesion! Otherwise it would just be an averagely big desaster (translation of the drama group's name).
The whole event is some kind of competition for the best scene. Are you interested to support that and help creating good drama? Yes, the audience is part of the play, too. Will the scenes rise up like a rocket or will some of them just appear in space like a shooting star?
The admission is free; donations are welcome. There is a free improv workshop starting at 18:30h. If you want to watch the show only or feel ready yet, the show begins at 20:00h.
THURSDAY, 20 April:
Open Mic @Standard, 20:00h:
"Stand.Art" is back! Poets, story-tellers, musicians, live artists of any kind, brace yourselves!
The Standard's stage in the basement is the perfect place to present your arts or also just to lean back, support and enjoy the show. Have a beatiful evening only five minutes away from the Babelfish Hostel (walking distance) with wonderful people, a comfy atmosphere and an awesome program.
FRIDAY, 21 April:
Concert: BC '69 @Omnibus, 21:00h:
Please give me more of that Blues (Rock)!
Franconian Blues Drummer Gunnar Olsen is back at the Omnibus with his band BC '69 which was founded two years ago. The four-piece band will provide you with the best of Southern- and Blues-Rock and mix it with some honest and juicy Rock'n'Roll. Their program is full of passion and even acoustic songs with a cajon are to be expected.
SATURDAY, 22 April:
Live from New York: Tschaikowskys "Eugen Onegin" @CinemaxX, 19:00h:
World famous opera singer Anna Netrebko will star as Tatjana, accompanied by Elena Maximova as Olga, Alexey Dolgov as Lenski and Dmitri Hvorostovsky as Onegin. The opera will be peformed live in the Metropolitan Opera in New York, New York, and is broadcasted on the CinemaxX' canvas. Enjoy a comfortable and cultural evening near the old docks of Würzburg.
All lyrics are Russian with subtitles. Tickets are 29,90â‚¬.
SUNDAY, 23 April:
Musical: "Daddy Cool", the Boney M Musical @s.Oliver Arena, 20:00h:
The musical "Daddy Cool" started in London in the year 2006 and has finally made it to the rest of Europe. Musician Frank Farian invites you to a journey through the 70s, 80s and 90s.
Hits such as "By the rivers of Babylon" mustn't be excluded from this event about the musician who formed Boney M, Milli Vanilli or La Bouche. The musical is about the love story of Sunny and Rose, all of their complications and a lotof Zeitgeist.
There is a lot to discover and also plenty to remember.
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