KOLK 17 EXPECTED TO OPEN IN 2024
Visit us digitally or in the TheaterFigurenMobil at the St. Petri churchyard
Unfortunately, the museum is closed during the renovation. The puppet theater will perform again in the European Hansemuseum from September 21, 2023. KOLK 17 is still available and approachable. Our colleagues Astrid Franck and Janna Bauer are there for you in the TheaterFigurenMobil and will be pleased to answer your questions.
Feel free to visit us!
Six Artistic Views of the KOLK 17 Collection
The project “Who’s Talking?” opened the door to an artistic exploration of the KOLK17 collection. Six artists from African, Asian and European countries turned their gaze on the collection and developed their personal response to self-chosen puppets. The resulting views are now revealed in the virtual exhibition “Who’s Talking? Six Artistic Views of the KOLK 17 Collection”.
The exhibition consists of six rooms in which six featured artists can be found and six meta-rooms with conceptual fields that become important over the course of the project. The meta-rooms are currently only available in German. However, you can download the English translation as a PDF.
How to visit KOLK17 now
Astrid Franck in the Puppet Theatre Mobil in the Churchyard of St. Petri © Photo: Lutz Roeßler
Puppet Theatre Mobile Office and Shop: Visit us in the churchyard of St. Petri
The Puppet Theatre Lübeck will be “on tour” for you again.
Our performances take place in the European Hansemuseum from September 21, 2023.
Are you looking for a little something or a souvenir from the world of puppet theatre? Browse through our small museum shop in the TheaterFigurenMobil.
Make culture lovers happy with a ticket voucher.
Information about the construction site
If you are looking for a personal contact person regarding the restoration of the Kolk, our staff in the mobile will be happy to help you. You can also find out everything worth knowing on our construction site page.
+49 451 70060
EDUCATION & MEDIATION
At the centre of our outreach work is the combination of practical theatre pedagogy and the imparting of knowledge about historical puppet theatre. Our academics from the fields of theatre studies, art history, ethnology, cultural studies and architecture, as well as active puppeteers, develop and supervise the extensive educational programme at KOLK 17.
The programme includes public tours tailored to specific themes, offers for groups, for school classes of different grades as well as for dementia patients and also thematically selected performance series’.
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