Need a little culture in times of corona-induced isolation? Since 1 April, 2020, the English Theatre Hamburg has been streaming their productions online – and they’re not joking around!
The theatre's streaming programme rotates frequently, ensuring viewers have the same variety they would during a normal season. Make sure to check their site frequently for the updated programme.
The plays are accessible for streaming on show days from 6 to 11pm, so viewers can take a break in between – just like the traditional intermission all theatre-goers are accustomed to.
For more information, visit The English Theatre online.
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