Monumental buildings such as the Tempelhof airport building and historic sites such as the Lilienthalstraße cemetery are still testimonies of the Third Reich and, together with numerous memorial sites and stumbling stones, are reminiscent of Berlin’s urban history at the time of National Socialism. On daily Kiez walks, Tucké Royale explores with the participants the neighborhood of the rainwater retention basin and examines their historical significance and resistance.
with Tucké Royale (performer, Berlin)
July 9 – 13, 11 am – 5 pm
You can participate by the day or the whole five in a row!
Monday: Tempelhof – Architecture and Language of the Third Reich
Tuesday: KZ Columbiahaus – Homosexuality in the Third Reich
Wednesday: Cemetery Lilienthalstraße – male fantasies and military
Thursday: Am Kanal – Urban Hospital and Synagogue Fraenkelufer
Friday: Johann “Rukeli” Trollmann – A Sinto as German Boxing Champion
This Workshop addresses young people but is open for all. Please register at firstname.lastname@example.org