5 Mar 2024

A night at the theater

TUM goes Kammerspiele

  • Tuesday, 3/5/2024

Event location
Münchner Kammerspiele

Target audience
Students, employees, members of the TUM

This new event series of our Center for Culture and the Arts and the Münchner Kammerspiele allows members of our university to enjoy theatre evenings together. With student tickets for 5 euros and an exclusive side program, as well as follow-up discussions between TUM students and the audience.

Tuesday 3/5/23

Land. The earth is not to blame

Theater visit: A farm in Bavaria is the setting for three period scenes about man's dependence on nature. "Land" by Christoph Frick and Lothar Kittstein tells of our attempts to conquer it in order to survive. Tickets: €5 for TUM students, ticket category "MK: Mach Mit".

"Night Talk": Following the performance, students of agricultural and horticultural science look forward to an exchange with the theater audience - on topics that affect agriculture as well as society. Venue: Habibi Kiosk (Maximilianstraße). Admission free.


Further shows in the 23/24 season

What are the "Night talks"?

We combine science with art in the "Night Talks" series in the Habibi Kiosk at the Kammerspiele: Following selected performances, TUM students seek a discussion with the theater audience on current issues, always on the topic of the current performance.

the Habibi Kiosk of the Münchner Kammerspiele Julian Baumann/Münchner Kammerspiele
View of the Habibi Kiosk at the Münchner Kammerspiele on Maximilianstraße

Art meets technology: Cultural partnership

The Münchner Kammerspiele is opening its doors and would like to get into conversation with the TUM CCA and students: In the 2023/24 season, we invite students to selected nights at the theater at a reduced price of 5 euros for students at the Schauspielhaus, with an exclusive supporting program. TUM employees are also cordially invited to the supporting program. All performances are with English surtitles.

The TUM Center for Culture and Arts' diverse range of events creates new perspectives by combining science with art and culture.

How to find us

Location: Münchner Kammerspiele, Falckenbergstr. 2, 80539 Munich