Infectus Hanover

Cover picture: Infektus Hannover

A musical-theatrical walk in the footsteps of the history of the epidemic


Sat, 02.07.22 and Sun, 03.07.22, respectively 19.00 - 20.30 Clock
Meeting point: Entrance Nikolai Chapel, Goseriede
Admission: 15 euros, reduced 10 euros, tickets via RESERVIX and at the box office from 6:30 pm.
Limited number of participants (45 pers.)
Route approx. 1 km, no stairs / wheelchair accessible (no stairs).
Duration approx. 90 min. - No break.

Bring your own seating!

If it rains, the performance will take place in the RAMPE, Gerhardstr.3, Hanover-Nordstadt at 7:30 pm.

Based on historical facts, the artists of Ensemble Megaphon and Ensemble Sozusingen, directed by Lenka Župková, transform the forgotten epidemics into musical-theatrical miniatures. In the guise of an interactive city tour on the history of epidemics, music meets documentary theatre and dance sequences.

The audience process through the urban space and experience the multi-layered aspects of the history of viruses and epidemics on urban society in performative interventions. While composer Tatjana Prelevic weaves singing, music, language and percussion into musical-theatrical images, the costumes by visual artist Inge-Rose Lippok infect through their diversity. Infectus Hannover thus sensually, visually and provocatively brings to mind the memories of surviving pandemics and makes the connections to the present tangible.

Videos and impressions of the premiere can be found here...


Ensemble Megaphon

  • Christiane Ostermayer/Acting
  • Vlady Bystrov/Brass Instruments
  • Grzegorz Krawczak/Violoncello
  • Willi Hanne/Percussion
  • Oren Lazovski/Dance, Accordion

Ensemble Sozusingen

  • Marianne Garlic
  • Eva-Maria Kösters
  • Heide Müller
  • Simon Jass
  • Jorge Kroeger,

Directing team

A production of Ensemble Megaphon

  • World premiere free after texts by Tayfun Bademsoy
  • Lenka Župková/Direction and artistic direction
  • Tatjana Prelevic/Composition
  • Inge Rose Lippok/Stage design and costumes
  • Marcus Peter/Idea


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