MArkus&Markus in Möwenkostümen
Paula Reissig

Titanic II


With audience talk

Solidary price system:
8 / 12 / 18 € ( free choice)
Bremen Pass: 3 €
Children and young people 5-17 years: 5 €

Cultural semester ticket: free of charge

Pre-sale online only. Remaining tickets from 1 hour before the start of the event at the box office 0421 520 80 70.

Alternatively, you can reserve tickets by phone or email:
0421 520 80 70 (Mon, Wed-Fri 10:00 to 14:00, also AB) or

Please note: Our ticket hotline is not open at weekends and in the evenings. Please reserve your tickets well in advance.
Reserved tickets must be collected from the box office no later than 30 minutes before the start of the event - after this time the reservation expires.
The box office can be reached by phone from 1 hour before the start of the event at 0421 520 80 70.

The show duration is approx. 90 minutes without intermission.

German spoken language is used.

There are fog effects on stage.

The audience area is seated.

Wheelchair spaces are usually located in the front row and can be reserved in advance by telephone (0421 520 80 70), Email or during checkout in our online ticket shop.

Individual requirements such as specific seats, early boarding or an additional ticket for an accompanying person can also be specified when purchasing or reserving tickets.

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Every successful blockbuster needs a second part that sinks the first. For the Markus&Markus Theaterkollektiv, this can only mean: After the success of the American movie »Titanic,« »Titanic II« has to be staged! The sequel starts where the movie ends: on the ocean floor. So sand is needed, a whole lot of sand.

The search for it leads the collective to a concrete plant, where in a game of poker tickets can be won to a place where sand is mined as if there were no tomorrow. The consequences of this over­exploitation are tangible. Each year, humanity consumes twice as much sand as all the rivers in the world subsequently deliver. Created in thousands of years, sand is irreversibly bound to concrete in 90 minutes—­just as long as the condensed story of this theater production takes.

»Titanic II« is a collision course, a melodrama, a telegram from a sinking ship.
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Concept & realization: Lara-Joy Bues, Katarina Eckold, Markus Schäfer, Markus Schmans
Stage, costume: Maike Storf
Lighting design: Anahí Pérez
Collaboration research and translation: Shruti Sharma, Bhim Singh Rawat
Speakers: Clara Ehrenwerth, Shruti Sharma

Co-production: Lichthof Theater, Sophiensaele, LOT Theater Braunschweig, studiobühne Köln, WUK performing arts and NFT - Netzwerk Freier Theater. Supported by MWK Niedersachsen, Stiftung Niedersachsen, City of Hildesheim, HannoverStiftung, Friedrich Weinhagen Stiftung. In partnership with doppelplatin e.V., ROXY Birsfelden, Schwankhalle Bremen, Theater Rampe Stuttgart and Pathos Munich. Guest performance as part of the NFT - Netzwerk Freier Theater. This project is made possible as part of the „Promoting Connections“ program of the Federal Association of Independent Performing Arts, funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.