In Public Space, Performance


Audiowalk for Two - With the voice of Bibiana Beglau (all day from 10 a.m.)
RAUM+ZEIT (Hendes/Kittstein/Mikeska)
Playing times
We 31.05 · 10:00 - 24:00 Th 01.06 · 10:00 - 24:00 Fr 02.06 · 10:00 - 24:00 Sa 03.06 · 10:00 - 24:00
40 min

The audio walk is available for individual download in the RAUM+ZEIT audio store (5 € per download for both parts).

RENDEZVOUS - Audiowalk für Zwei

A RENDEZOUS between the pleasure garden, palace and cathedral. In the third part of their audio walk trilogy, which was created during the pandemic, RAUM+ZEIT sends the participants, always as pairs, on the search for patient zero. During the walk, which begins together with another person, then separates and then continues with both continuously encountering each other again, the audience is faced with the task of preventing the imminent breakout of a virus. In doing so, they are led by an unknown person from the near future. Can humanity still be saved?

The Audiowalk can be walked individually around the clock all day on the festival days May 31 to June 3. The walk begins on Museum Island at Lustgarten, 10178 Berlin.

A companion format with a picknick to "RENDEZVOUS" will be held on June 3.

Digital event

Audiowalk for individual download.
Technical notes for the audience to participate
The audio walk is designed for two people. After a common starting point with a synchronized start, the paths separate, later cross, to come together again at the end.

The audio walk is available for individual download in the RAUM+ZEIT audio store (5 €/download for both parts).


The audio walk leads over stairs, among other things. For people with slight mobility impairments, the "Right" part is the easier route with slightly fewer steps.


Voice: Bibiana Beglau
Director: Bernhard Mikeska
Text: Lothar Kittstein
Dramaturgy: Juiane Hendes
Sound design: Knut Jensen
Production management: Daniela Guse
Production: RAUM+ZEIT


The productions of RAUM+ZEIT play with the logic of a consistent space-time continuum and the inner world of perception.

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Supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of NEUSTART KULTUR and by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe as part of DRAUSSENSTADT.