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Sil­hou­ette the­ater “The trap”

Thursday, 21 March 2024

Inter­na­tion­al Day against Racism

Sil­hou­ette the­ater “The trap”

Riadh Ben Ammar

The Cul­tur­al Office and the Office for Inte­gra­tion of the City of Karl­sruhe invite you on Thursday,
March 21, 2024 at 7.30 pm to the sil­hou­ette the­ater play “Die Falle” by Berlin artist Riadh Ben Ammar at the Kul­turzen­trum Tollhaus.
In col­lab­o­ra­tion with the “Fre­un­deskreis Asyl” (fka), Flüchtling­shil­fe Karl­sruhe, Café Noir and the Kul­turzen­trum Toll­haus, the author and actor paints a grip­ping pic­ture of migra­tion and the life sit­u­a­tion of asy­lum seek­ers and takes the audi­ence on a stim­u­lat­ing change of perspective.

After the wel­com­ing address by the May­or Dr. Frank Men­trup, a joint sig­nal against racism and all forms of dis­crim­i­na­tion will be set on the Inter­na­tion­al Day against Racism and a plea will be made for good and tol­er­ant coex­is­tence between all peo­ple in our shared urban society.
The play tells a sto­ry about the sit­u­a­tion at the exter­nal bor­ders of the Euro­pean Union, the prob­lems of the peo­ple on the ground and the asso­ci­at­ed misunderstandings.
The long­ing for a life “on the oth­er side” in con­trast to real­i­ty and every­day life, includ­ing the asso­ci­at­ed chal­lenges, hur­dles and fears, play a key role.

The author and actor of this play, Riadh Ben Ammar, is a polit­i­cal activist and artist.
He came to Ger­many from Tunisia in the ear­ly 2000s and was housed in a refugee camp in Meck­len­burg-Vor­pom­mern for a long time. He now lives in Berlin and works artis­ti­cal­ly and socio-polit­i­cal­ly in Tunisia and Germany.
The play will be fol­lowed by a pan­el dis­cus­sion with rep­re­sen­ta­tives of Fre­un­deskreis Asyl Karl­sruhe e. V. and Flüchtling­shil­fe Karl­sruhe e.V. and the artist

Target group: all
This event is gratis