What’s on in Bonn?

Apart from enjoying a week with Beethoven’s work during our annual Chamber Music Festival in Bonn, you may again visit a large number of other concerts and events over the coming days. Whatever you decide to do – have a great time in Bonn!

© by T. Beu

Thu, 18 Jan
English Comedy Night
Featuring international top acts from around the world
Time: 8:30 pm
Venue: The Fiddlers, Frongasse 9, Bonn Endenich
Tickets: regular entrance fee at the door

Thu, 18 Jan to Sun, 21 Jan
Music and Art: Concert and Exhibition
Opening of exhibition and concert ‘No Borders – One Heart’ on Thu at 8 pm
Entrance free.
Venue: Fabrik45, Hochstadenring 45 Bonn

Sat, 20 Jan
Special Offer for Young Visitors at Deutsches Museum Bonn: LEGO Machinery
See how the small building blocks are used to transport items from point A to B. Build your own small robot with the help of LEGO Mine Craft.
Suitable for ages seven and up.
Time: starts at 11 am
Venue: Deutsches Museum Bonn, Ahrstraße 45, Bonn
Tickets: regular entrance fee at the door

Sat, 20 Jan
Opera: Carmen (Bizet)
Opera performance will be in French with German supertitles
Time: 7:30 pm
Venue: Opera House, Am Boeselagerhof 1, Bonn
More information and tickets: www.theater-bonn.de

Sat, 20 Jan and Sun, 21 Jan
End-of-term concert: Camerata musicale
The University orchestra will again stage its end-of-term concert, featuring Symphony No. 4 by Johannes Brahms and more
Times: 8 pm on Sat, 5 pm on Sun
Venue: Auditorium, University’s main building, Am Hof, city center

Sun, 21 Jan
New Year’s Concert
AKOS Quartet from Paris
Featuring string quartets by Joseph, Mozart and Ravel
Time: 7 pm
Venue: Emmaus-Kirche, Borsigallee 23
Tickets: €10 to €20 at the door

Sun, 21 Jan
Concert: Brahms Quintets at Trinitatis
Time: 6 pm
Venue: Trinitatiskirche Bonn-Endenich, Brahmsstraße 14
Entrance free, donations welcome.

Sun, 21 Jan
Concert: Youth Choir Oberkassel
The Youth Choir of the Lutheran congregation at Bonn-Oberkassel stages a concert entitled ‘Look at the world’ with music from all over the world
Time: 6 pm
Venue: Große Ev. Kirche Bonn-Oberkassel, Kinkelstraße
Entrance free, donations welcome.

Tue, 23 Jan and Wed, 24 Jan
End-of-term concert: Collegium musicum Bonn
With choir and orchestra performing works from Schumann and Schubert
Times: 8 pm on both days
Venue: Auditorium, University’s main building, Am Hof, city center
Entrance free, donations welcome!

Still on until 25 Jan: Touring Exhibition ‘The Thin Skin of Earth – Our Soils’ at Zoological Museum and Research institute Alexander Koenig, Adenauerallee 160
The touring exhibition of the Senckenberg Natural History Museum Görlitz focuses on the soil, one of the most important climatic factors, with exciting design, stat-of-the-art technology, stunning natural models and aesthetic microscope images.

Still on until 4 March: Exhibition ‘Weather Forecast’ at Bundeskunsthalle. Entrance free for visitors up to the age of 18.
Learn more: www.bundeskunsthalle.de

Foreign-language Movies in Bonn
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