We are fully back after covid! Ready to host a smashing cabaret with amazing performers within the Berlin circus and performing art scene! Followed by a banging DJ set by Neobeo!
Bring all your friends and let’s party to the early morning!
Price: 17€/15€ (pay at the door)
Raul Vargas Torres
André Hidalgo – contact juggling and dance
William Thomas – dance acrobatics
Sofi Seta – dance piece
Noah – aerial hoop
Bow – poi
Sergey Timofeev – Handbalance
A SHOW BEFORE THE SHOW:
On the same day of our grand reopening party (28 May) Petra Tobias will perform her piece “Blind date” right in front of Katapult
Her show will start at 18:00 and will last around 30 minutes.
Show up one hour before we open the doors and catch her performance!
It is the perfect opportunity to get in the mood for a great evening of performances and party!
“Blind Date” is a part of Performing Arts Festival Berlin.
A practical workshop from visions to Tech Rider by Visual Designer & Dancer Teo Vlad
The workshop is a hands-on exchange about the ups and downs of the technical realisation of creative dance visions with analogue home remedies to moving lights and complex projection technology – in a few steps. Continue reading “DANCING LIGHTS. Analogue-digital light setups for dance”
Saturday the 2nd of April at 20:00
INTRODUCING KATAPULT’S NEW EVENT: BARFUSSBEATS!!!
TWO DJ’S AND ONE BIG DANCE FLOOR!
Bring your friends to an evening of “open training” by night!
Come dance, juggle, party and meet new people in the Berlin performing art scene!
at Katapult in Studio 2 (entrance from the back door)
2G++ event! Get tested please.
DJs 20.00-00.00+: Oli and Blasphemix
WE ARE BACK!
KATAPULT SHOWS ARE BACK!
It has been way too long! (Two years, to be precise)
We are extremely excited to host the first show since before lockdown!
TELL YOUR FRIENDS AND INVITE THEM FOR A GREAT EVENING OF DANCE, LIVE MUSIC AND CELEBRATIONS!
Continue reading “Circadian Rhythms – 19th of March at Katapult”
A new podcast created by Declan Mee and Farhad Mirza!
Creation in Crisis is a podcast which will delve into the social history of the performing arts in times of peril. Each episode will follow stories from the world of performing arts and how it has responded to various historical crises; building from the Spanish flu to the current pandemic.
Supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.