Gauss Tips

Here they are: Your weekly fresh Gauss-Tips for Feb. 12th – 19th

Braunschweig, (interactive) theater: 4th Braunschweig Impro-Jam – February 13th, 8 – 10 p.m.

On February 13th the 4th Impro Open Stage Braunschweig takes place in Das KULT. Regardless of whether you have never played improtheater or are a pro in it, the stage is open to improvise. Because this time everyone can throw their own name in the hat. Then lots are drawn, everything is explained and the play starts – improv games and free scene mixed. But just watching is completely fine – because everything here is voluntary. And courage is rewarded: you will look good! Admission free, but tickets must be reserved, donations at the end are welcome. Special feature: Everyone can play, improvisation: 100%, laugh: 80%, theatrical: 20% match / competition: 0%, related stories: 20%
Further information is available here. You can reserve seats for free with the ticket link.


Braunschweig, anniversary / film / festival: 15 years of Nexus – February 13th – February 15th from around 7 p.m.

The Nexus celebrates its anniversary and therefore celebrates 3 days in a row. The celebration starts on February 13th at 8:15 p.m. with a film screening of the history of the Nexus (free entry). On February 14th and 15th from 7 p.m. there are lots of bands visiting, all of whom have often played in the Nexus. The festival wristbands are already sold out, but tickets are still available at the box office. Entry is 10 euros each. The line-up and program are available here.


Braunschweig: Documentary film: Butenland – February 17th, 7:00 p.m.

A farm that has become a “life farm” – With her Hof Butenland project, the former dairy farmer Jan Gerdes and animal protection activist Karin Mück have created a place where there are no longer any livestock: a peaceful coexistence that seems almost utopian.
Butenland tells the story of two people who focus on the needs of animals, far from any economic interests. Filmmaker Marc Pierschel accompanied the two of them on Hof Butenland with the camera for more than two years. The intimate portrait captures moments of happiness and sadness, questions the current status of farm animals in our society and leaves everyone touched. The film runs in the Universum Filmtheater, entry costs around € 8.50.
Further information is available here.