• in frame of: Almost Summer Festival
  • première
  • duration: 1h
  • in English
  • tickets: €7 / €18 dayticket
  • book tickets: through this link

Working with the electric guitar his Auschwitz-surviving grandmother gave him for his Bar Mitzvah, and with the vocoder he bought the day he discovered his sister had cancer (she is healthy now), Danny Neyman delivers a broken, fragmented monologue composed of diary entries, personal reminiscences, strange observations and curious pieces of information.

The words spoken and sung try to touch on everything – wanderlust, distraction, the desire for beauty, anxiety, everyday life, queerness, gay sadness, and end-of-the-world dread – as if to do the impossible, to bring into collision fields of content that might seem very far away from each other, searching for coherence. Hopeful, humorous, melancholic and stupid, A Walk In The Park explores a flaneur-like approach, proposing to find solace in a kind of meditative hysteria, or hysterical meditativeness.

Those who like to stay and enjoy our summer bar after the shows and miss their train will have the opportunity on 21 and 22 June to pitch their tent on our DIY Summer Camping!

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