The Nativity Play – How to Share Warmth (Das Krippenspiel – Wie man Wärme teilen kann)

© Hendrik Theissen

December 24
11.00 am | 12.00 pm | 13.00pm | 14.00 Uhr pm

Free entrance
Reservation not required


What if Christmas didn’t exist? Christmas is for most people the most beautiful celebration of the year, and yet everything often happens at the last minute. Many people associate Christmas only with stress: Running through the shops to get the necessary, increasingly expensive gifts. And also visiting one‘ s family seems to become more and more a torturous duty. But in a racing world we need things that allow us to pause. We need Christmas to live. Winter world celebrates the breakthrough of love and hope.
God sends his son to earth as a little helpless child. We experience God’s closeness to the people. He shares his life with us, knows about joy and suffering. He gives us hope, shows us how great things can arise from small beginnings.
»But it happened at that time…«, everyone knows the beginning of this story and also its end, but in the meantime the world has changed.
Also this year we want to celebrate an evening of joy and contemplation with memories and radiant children’s eyes, a classic nativity play. Everything stays the same, it will be wonderful.

Running time: 30 min.
In German.

by and with Franz Beil, Mathilde Böttcher, Pauline Böttcher, Maik Büttner, Fabian Eichner, Marie Golüke, Gina Henkel, Toni Jessen, Bernd Krieger, Lilith Martini, Ingo Oberdorf, Tina Pfurr, Lorenz Pilz, Conrad Rodenberg, Wieland Schönfelder, Nele Stuhler, Felizitas Stilleke, Leon Ullrich, Christian Valerius, Lars Zühlke