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Tanz im August

From 28-31 August 2014 the 8th edition of TANZNACHT BERLIN presents 100 artists in 30 remarkable choreographies and performances, video installations and artistic practices at the Uferstudios | Tanzfabrik Wedding and at Galerie Patrick Ebensperger – featuring, among others: Alexandre Achour, TanzZeit Jugendcompany Evoke & Kadir 'Amigo' Memis, David Brandstätter & Malgven Gerbes, Dragana Bulut, Club Real, Begüm Erciyas, Frédéric Gies, Martin Hansen, Juan Gabriel Harcha, Raphael Hillebrand, Sergiu Matis, Eva Meyer-Keller & Sybille Müller, Kenji Ouellet, Ricardo de Paula, Jochen Roller, Tian Rotteveel, Angela Schubot & Jared Gradinger, Agata Siniarska & Diego Agulló, Niels ‚Storm' Robitzky, Jolika Sudermann, Kat Válastur, Louise Wagner, Christoph Winkler, Siegmar Zacharias & Alice Chauchat.

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A production by Tanzfabrik Berlin. Funded by the Capital Cultural Fund. In collaboration with: Tanz im August / HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Uferstudios GmbH, Hochschulübergreifendes Zentrum Tanz Berlin, mapping dance berlin, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger. In the frame of the network apap – advancing performing arts projects / Performing Europe 2011-16. Supported by EU Culture / apap network.


  • Past
    Thu 28.8.2014, 17:00 / Uferstudios
    Fri 29.8.2014, 18:00 / Uferstudios
    Sat 30.8.2014, 13:00 / Uferstudios
    Sun 31.8.2014, 17:00 / Uferstudios


Uferstraße 23, 13357 Berlin

The Uferstudios have good wheelchair accessibility (including sanitary facilities).
For further enquiries, please call: 030 46060887

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