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Anniversary tour for her birthday

60 years have now passed since his first television appearance in 1962 in the Sandman's “Evening Greetings”. To everyone's delight, he's still up to mischief. Not just on screen, but also on tour.

His head is full of crazy ideas, he wonders about everything he doesn't know with "Oh, my nose", he's a bit cheeky, sometimes cheeky, but not evil, but in the end he's insightful and then again the dear Pittiplatsch.

His stage show takes him on a journey with a discarded railway carriage. The passengers include Schnatterinchen, Mr Fox & Mrs Elster (they promised not to quarrel), Mauz & Hoppel, Mischka Bear, Moppi and of course Pittiplatsch.

Songs and sketches are the focus of the hour-long show with television favorites. The scenes are played with the original puppets and the participants from the Pittiplatsch ensemble from Berlin.

Kobold Pittiplatsch's television career began with a kink. After his first appearance on TV, he was immediately banned from the screen. For those in charge at the time, this spherical, chocolate-brown imp with his button eyes was simply too bold. It was feared that the children in the country would emulate this creature. But the television producers, who were flooded with baskets full of letters from outraged viewers, had to react.

Six months later, with defused texts and a new outfit, Pitti moved back into Master Needleeye's tailor's room and was now the third member of the group alongside the Schnatterinchen, who knew everything better, and the good Bummi, who greeted all fairytale fans big and small once a week. Since the beginning of the 90s there have been regular guest performances on a variety of occasions in theaters, inns and open-air stages.

You can now experience Pittiplatsch and his friends live, in East and West.

Anniversary tour for her birthday
Pittiplatch of's love's birthday.

The theater is open from 3:30 p.m.

(Program in German)