At first everything stood still in the pandemic and now a lot is changing. Or not? In any case, the cabaret artist Martin Frank thinks it would be the ideal opportunity for a “relaunch”, as they “always say” in Lower Bavaria, his homeland. The artist, who was awarded the Bavarian Cabaret Prize 2018 (whiz kid), takes a sharp look at life and its absurd facets in the program “One for all – all for none”, which he will be showing on Thursday, September 16 in Ottobrunn. Tickets can be purchased in the Wolf-Ferrari-Haus (089/60 80 83 02) at www.wfh-ottobrunn.de as well as via Munich Ticket.
The box office in the Wolf-Ferrari-Haus has been open since this week, all events for the coming Ottobrunn season can now be booked – the actual autumn program begins on October 10th with the appearance of Comedian Harmonists Today and their concert evening “A New Spring”. A special event is likely to be the premiere of the play “Volksvernichtung or my liver is senseless” by Werner Schwab on October 23: a “radical comedy” that Bernd Seidel, director and artistic advisor of the Wolf-Ferrari-Haus, is staging. On November 9th, Lisa Fitz will present her anniversary program “Long Runner”, and with Max Uthoff and Bruno Jonas other prominent cabaret artists will appear in the new season (information under wfh-ottobrunn.de/programm).
The “Ottobrunner Concerts” series will take place on 17/18. September the “Festival of the Guitar”. Four internationally renowned guitarists (Petteri Sariola and Michael Langer as well as Marcin Dylla and Pavel Steidl) play on two evenings, the program ranges from classical to romantic to jazz, soul and pop.
At the moment, the much-cited 3G rules apply. As far as the now possible release of a larger offer of seats is concerned, one will still wait, as Horst Frank, the manager of the Wolf-Ferrari house, explained. Means: The distance rules continue to apply for the time being, but the mask can be removed at the seat.