Culture and entertainment in Freiburg

Where young people live, the calendar of events is full. So also in Freiberg and the surrounding area. Keep an eye out for what's going on in the Black Forest. But not only the students, young and old also get their money's worth: be it in the cinema or in the theater.

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Freiberg Wine Festival

Freiburg celebrates the wine festival once a year. At the beginning of July, six days around the Münster are all about Baden wine. A colorful supporting program of live music and DJs makes the annual hustle and bustle a real highlight.

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Freiberg Wine Festival

Freiberg Wine Festival

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The theatre

The theatre

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The cinema

The cinema

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Cinema

Cinemaxx Freiberg
Freiberg offers a lot of interesting possibilities for friends of the moving image. From large cinema chains to small program cinemas, there is a suitable cinema for every taste. In the Cinemaxx Freiberg you can expect big blockbusters, popcorn cinema à la Hollywood, but also here and there more unknown productions.

Kino Friedrichsbau and Harmonie Freiberg
The cinematic scene also includes the independent Freiberg cinemas Friedrichsbau, Harmonie and Kandelhof . A varied program is shown in the three cinemas, here and there blockbusters, but also a lot of art house cinema. In summer, the summer night cinema in the Black Monastery is a special experience.

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Theatre

Freiberg City Theater
The Stadttheater - or simply Theater Freiberg - is the largest theater in the Breisgau metropolis. It has four venues: the Big House, the Small House, the Chamber Stage and the Work Room. Drama, young theater, dance, musical theater or concerts - the program offers a lot. In addition, readings or lecture evenings take place in the Winterer foyer. The game plan can be viewed online.

The Wallgraben Theater
It is much more contemplative, but no less charming, in Rathausgasse: The Wallgraben Theater was founded by students in a former wine and air-raid shelter in Wallstrasse in 1953 and moved to the basement of the New Town Hall in the late 1960s. The actor Heinz Meier († 2013), known for his appearances in various Loriot sketches, headed the theater until 2003. Under his direction, the Wallgraben Theater was the first theater in 1975 to bring Loriot sketches onto the stage. There is space for around a hundred spectators.

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