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A story about the pangolin in the ‘After Nature’ exhibition, told by Franziska Bauer

In a large port city, the story unfolds of an unusual friendship between a street child and a wild animal captured by poachers. The child is later forced to work as slave labour as a tailor in a textile factory under inhuman conditions.


Franziska Bauer brings two explosive globalisation issues – the extermination of animals and child labour – to the stage in German and present them in a linguistically playful way in this storytelling programme.

Franzi Bauer is a certified storyteller (UdK Berlin) and has worked since 2015 as a freelance storyteller in arts and education. In addition to her artistic activities within stage programmes, she also directs workshops in schools, gives guest seminars at universities, and offers professional development sessions for facilitators. Since 2018 she has also worked as a freelancer for ‘LesArt’, a children’s literature organisation in Berlin.

- 3,00 EUR, reduced 1,50 EUR
- Book your ticket in advance online or at the box office in the foyer.
- Ticket bookings for the coming month are activated at the end of the previous month.
- The entrance to Hall 3 is in the Schlüter Courtyard next to the Sculpture Hall.
- Duration: 30 min
- Doors open: 15 minutes before start
- German
- Accessible for wheelchairs
- Ground Floor, Hall 3
- Belongs to: Tell me something!


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