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Martin Fromme "Lucky Hand

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Martin Fromme is Germany's only asymmetrical comedian. With his politically incorrect stage programme, Fromme, who sometimes claims that his arm was chopped off by strict Catholic nuns for writing on the left, naturally makes stops at the most beautiful barrier-free places in Germany. Who, if not he, can claim to have a "happy little hand"?


Martin Fromme is Germany's only asymmetrical comedian. With his politically incorrect stage programme, Fromme, who sometimes claims that his arm was chopped off by strict Catholic nuns for writing on the left, naturally makes stops at the most beautiful barrier-free places in Germany. Who, if not he, can claim to have a "lucky hand"? New, different, innovative - and definitely a clear statement on diversity. There will be staged, sung, read, improvised, multimedia and inclusion for all.
Martin Fromme tears down boundaries that hardly anyone else dares to approach. Art and culture should have the power to change. Lastingly. Without a pointing finger. But uninhibited, emphatic, cheeky, appreciative, authentic. He ironically questions prejudices and provokes with his statements, e.g. the clear rules of conduct in dealing with people with disabilities, and at the same time builds a bridge: simply laugh about one's own shortcomings and thus find normality.
Many severely disabled people are hardly noticed in everyday life, Fromme forces us to look. He confronts us, speaks out loud what we dare not ask, like: Is "vertically challenged" the politically correct term for people of short stature? Can wheelchair users also be real ramp sows? What is the future of disabled people? Are they dying out? Are they being replaced by robots? E.g. at the workplace...do they then have to at least look disabled but function tiptop within the framework of equality?
The man who has discovered Germany's stages for himself since 1986, who has hosted the TV programme "Selbstbestimmt!" ("Self-determined!") on MDR since 2011 and who, among other things, took part in the fabulous TV entertainment "Stromberg" as Gernot Graf, has written the book "Besser Arm ab als arm dran" ("Better off poor than poor off"), a handling guide for which he would have been guaranteed tarring and feathering, had he not had a physical disability himself.

Admission: 7 pm
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  • for all weathers
  • Target group adults
  • Target group seniors
  • for individual guests
Ticket prices: Advance booking 20,50 Euro, box office 23,50 Euro

Link to Advance ticket sales

When:

Friday 12.05.23 20:00 - 22:30

Where:

Venue:

Work of art Turbine house

Weißenfelser Straße 15a
06618 Naumburg
Phone: 03445 2343876
Fax: 03445 2343878
E-mail: turbinenhaus.naumburg@t-online.de
website: https://www.kunstwerk-turbinenhaus.de/12-05-2023-martin-fromme.html

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