KIPO

Die Kinderpolizei in der Bremer Neustadt

Workshop Fall vacation
22.10.—30.10.
Saturday—Sunday
10:00 AM—4:00 PM
5.11.—6.11.
Saturday—Sunday
26.11.—27.11.
Saturday—Sunday
For all aged 9 to 12
Admission free
More Info

Register via anmeldung@schwankhalle.de or telephone 0421 520 80 70

Accessibility

General information about the accessibility of the Schwankhalle can be found here.

›KIPO - die Kinderpolizei in der Bremer Neustadt‹ is a theater-music-police-noise project of the Schwankhalle for children aged 9 to 12.

Do you feel like founding a police-noise-orchestra, converting uni-forms into multi-forms and coming up with entirely new rules and rights for the Neustadt? Then contact us and open the first children’s precinct in the Neustadt—just in case!

The theater-maker Roland Siegwald, the musician Tim Schomacker, the puppeteer Johanna Pätzold, and Katrin Hylla from the team of the Schwankhalle’s artistic direction would like to talk with you about the police and about what power means. Who actually has power and how is it used? Together we will go on patrol, regulate the traffic and ensure law and order. In short: We will reinvent police work. In addition, we will build musical instruments and make a lot of noise for what we have to say!

When does it start?
During fall vacation and on three further weekends in the winter.
Fall vacation workshop: Oct 22-30 / 10 am – 4 pm each day (individual arrangements are possible)
Additional weekends: SAT 5 Nov + SUN 6 Nov & SAT 26 Nov + SUN 27 Nov (hours tbs)

What requirements are there?
None. You come as you are, and everything else will fall into place. All children aged 9 to 12 are welcome!

What does it cost?
Nothing! You will also get something to eat (please let us know of any allergies, intolerances and special diets).

How can I register?
Please fill in the registration form with a parent and send it to anmeldung@schwankhalle.de. We are looking forward to seeing you!
Registration from August 25 via anmeldung@schwankhalle.de or by phone 0421 520 80 70

Supported by Karin and Uwe Hollweg Foundation.