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Tatjana Meissner - "It wasn't all sex"

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Tatjana Meissner and Mr. Kuntze sing about the trauma of inhumane East jeans,...

They take the interpretive sovereignty of their past into their own hands and remind us of the lost land of libido. Tatjana Meissner and Mr. Kuntze sing about the trauma of inhumane East German jeans, explain why men and women were intimate without a guilty conscience, rejoice in the phenomenon that socialist children's songs and slogans can be heard even in acute dementia in East German brains
Tatjana Meissner and Mr. Kuntze sing about the trauma of inhumane East jeans,...

They take the interpretive sovereignty of their past into their own hands and remind us of the lost land of libido. Tatjana Meissner and Mr. Kuntze sing about the trauma of inhumane East German jeans, explain why men and women were intimate without a guilty conscience, and take pleasure in the phenomenon that socialist children's songs and slogans are anchored in East German brains in a way that can be recalled even in acute dementia. With sparkling humour, the two thoroughbred pooh-dysmitic singers prove that not everything is bad and, with good-natured irony, solicit understanding for the views of the inhabitants, today's really old countries.
The cabaret artist Tatjana Meissner, who self-confidently admits to her East German migration background, although the post-reunification entertainer was already active in the resistance before the fall of the Wall in the VEB mechanical engineering trade as a specialist area manager in the semiconductor resistors department, and the musician André Kuntze, who intoned "I'm sorry" in the 80s as a keyboardist in the funk band Chicorée and composed "Upside Down" for Roland Kaiser much later, celebrate with their audience for the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Wall. The show is the ultimate before and after show for the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. To avoid arguments the show starts at the full or half hour, in no case three quarters!

Admission: 7 pm

Ticket prices: Advance booking 20,50 Euro, box office 23,50 Euro

Tickets for the event of the same name from the previous year do NOT retain their validity. Please have these er
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  • for all weathers
  • Target group adults
  • Target group seniors
  • for individual guests
Ticket prices: Advance booking 20.50 euros, box office 23.50 euros. Tickets for the event of the same name from the previous year do NOT remain valid. Please have them refunded

Link to Advance ticket sales

When:

Friday 19.11.21 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/

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