KAHO will fall into a winter sleep
We are happy to look back at four successful weekends of KAHO Interim 2022 in the stage tower and four days in the streets of Schöneweide: almost 750 visitors attended the two premieres of the “Kiez-Bühne” by Meret Kiderlen, the Open Monument Day and the Long Night of Pictures with the resumption of the audio […]
KAHO introduces itself. 5 interviews
The people behind KAHO provide insight into the ongoing process of reactivation: Thomas Felgenhauer talks about the role of the Stadtkultur Foundation in HOWOGE’s social commitment. Pirkko Husemann on the challenges of a dysfunctional theatre and the missing archive. Francesca Ferguson reports on the search for a mission statement in 2018/19. Lukas Staudinger discusses the complex construction project for the listed building ensemble. Svetlana Müller gives an outlook on the Russian-language contributions in the interim programme 2021.
KAHO stands for KArlsHOrst
The KAHO is a theatre that is no longer a theatre.
It is on the way to becoming a cultural venue. Presumably in 2025, it will reopen as a multifunctional event venue in the heart of Berlin-Karlshorst. Until then, an Interim Programme will be offered in 2021/22 dedicated to the past and future of the building.