Uwe Eric Laufenberg, Artistic Director of the Hessian State Theatre of Wiesbaden, Maria Magdalena Ludewig and Martin Hammer, curators of the Wiesbaden Biennale, respond to the removal of the Erdogan statue.
The Hessian State Theatre of Wiesbaden will close for the annual Summer vacation on 1 July 2018.
During this time, the Box Office will remain closed between 1 July and 12 August 2018. The Subscriptions & Groups Office will close on 7 July and reopen on 30 July 2018.
During this time, tickets for the 2018/19 may still be purchased online as usual.
An exciting 2018/19 season awaits! Our five season booklets, one for each theatre division, contain comprehensive information surrounding the productions and special events of the upcoming season. In addition, the separate Service booklet is jam-packed with useful information designed make your visit to the Wiesbaden State Theatre more enjoyable.
Special opening times will apply at the Box Office and Subscriptions Office during the Christmas period...
The Box Office will be open as follows during the Festive Season:
24 December: closed
25 December: Großes Haus 10:00 - 13:00 & 18:30 - 19:30 | Kleines Haus 18:30 - 19:30
26 December: Großes Haus 10:00 - 13:00 & 18:30 - 19:30 | Kleines Haus 15:00 - 16:00 & 17:00 - 18:00
Regular opening times resume on 27 December.
Box Office, Subscriptions & Groups Office on leave
The Box Office, as well as the Subscriptions & Groups Office will be closed during the annual summer holiday period. Please see below for the exact dates.
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On 29 May, Wagner's "Ring an 1 Abend" brought the 2016 International May Festival to a brilliant close in the sold-out Großes Haus. No less than 22 000 visitors attended the 48 performances of this year's tradition-rich festival.
Patrick Lange will take office at the start of the 2017/2018 season. As former principle conductor of the Komische Oper Berlin and winner of the European Culture Award, Lange enjoys a considerable international career, with appearances at the Bavarian State Opera, London's Covent Garden and the Sydney Opera House.
The 2016 International May Festival officially kicked off last night with an opening ceremony led by Artistic Director Uwe Eric Laufenberg and Mayor Sven Gerich in the Foyer of the Großes Haus. Festivalgoers can look forward to a month of awe-inspiring theatre, with operatic greats such as Matti Salminen and José Cura set to grace the stage, and visiting productions from some of Germany’s most celebrated stages – including Hamburg’s Thalia Theater, the Berliner Ensemble and Vienna’s Burgtheater – heading for Wiesbaden. For dance fans, there are productions by the Batsheva Dance Company, Ballett am Rhein (with a new piece by Martin Schlepfer) and zero visibility corp. from Oslo, while the Youth Week towards the end of May offers a varied programme of international theatre catering specifically for children and young adults.