Skip to main content
Kommt ein Pferd in die Bar
Kommt ein Pferd in die Bar © Bernd Uhlig
Top Event

A Horse Walks into a Bar - Kommt ein Pferd in die Bar

Dov Grinstein is a stand-up comedian – an attention junkie with a big mouth. In a dive bar in a barren industrial area of Netanya, a city between Haifa and Tel Aviv, he arrives for his final show. He mocks his audience, picks on them, becomes openly offensive then tearfully apologises. He plays the fool, tells dull and witty, vulgar and innocent jokes.

Tickets

Address
Deutsches Theater Berlin - Kammerspiele

Schumannstraße 13 A 10117  Berlin


No subject is off limits – from the Shoah and its victims to Israeli policy in the Palestinian territories. For almost two hours, Dov’s act descends into a rant, as he throws punch after punch at the audience. But for him, this is more than just a show: he is here to unburden himself of his "personal Chernobyl", the trauma, the guilt that has poisoned his life. David Grossman, born in 1954 in Jerusalem, is one of Israel’s most renowned contemporary writers. In 2008 he received the Geschwister-Scholl Award, in 2010 the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade, and in 2017 the Man Booker International Prize for his novel A Horse Walks into a Bar .

(Program in German)

TicketsEvent calendar

Teilnehmende Künstler
Dušan David Pařízek (Regie und Bühne)
Kamila Polívková (Kostüme)
Eva-Maria Voigtländer (Dramaturgie)
Samuel Finzi (Dov Grinstein)
Kathleen Morgeneyer (Pitz)
Daniel Regenberg ((Klavier))

Find further information here

Events in Month April 2020
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
1
No event
2
No event
3
No event
4
No event
5
No event
6
No event
7
No event
8
No event
9
20:00
10
No event
11
No event
12
No event
13
No event
14
No event
15
No event
16
No event
17
No event
18
No event
19
No event
20
No event
21
No event
22
No event
23
No event
24
No event
25
No event
26
No event
27
No event
28
No event
29
No event
30
No event