Madalena

02.04.2022 @ 20:45 | The film shows the multi-layered picture of a new Brazilian generation between social upheavals, lack of empathy and discrimination.

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Madalena

08.04.2022 @ 16:00 | The film shows the multi-layered picture of a new Brazilian generation between social upheavals, lack of empathy and discrimination.

Madalena

10.04.2022 @ 16:00 | The film shows the multi-layered picture of a new Brazilian generation between social upheavals, lack of empathy and discrimination.

eat&meet 2022

06.05.2022 – 22.05.2022 @ 0:00 | Good conversations, eventful encounters and culinary delights, the gourmet festival in Salzburg..

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Long Night of Diversity 2022

14.05.2022 @ 17:30 | The diverse queer scene in Salzburg and the surrounding area will come together for the Long Night of Diversity 2022 with a benefit character.

Magic Garage

20.05.2022 @ 20:00 | Drag show by the Magic Garage group. Stories with costumes, dance and song.

Magic Garage

21.05.2022 @ 21:00 | Drag show by the Magic Garage group. Stories with costumes, dance and song.

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Cabaret

27.05.2022 @ 19:30 | The musical “Cabaret” was based on the book “Goodbye to Berlin” by Christopher Isherwood at the end of the 1920s, on the eve of the Third Reich.

Cabaret

01.06.2022 @ 19:30 | The musical “Cabaret” was based on the book “Goodbye to Berlin” by Christopher Isherwood at the end of the 1920s, on the eve of the Third Reich.

Whitsun Festival

03.06.2022 – 06.06.2022 @ 0:00 | Seville is the theme of this year’s Whitsun Festival Salzburg 2022 with the “Il Barbiere di Siviglia”.

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Sex in Roman world of images

07.06.2022 @ 18:30 | Lecture series “Queer History(s)” at the Hallein Celtic Museum on the occasion of the Pride Season 2022.

Cabaret

08.06.2022 @ 19:30 | The musical “Cabaret” was based on the book “Goodbye to Berlin” by Christopher Isherwood at the end of the 1920s, on the eve of the Third Reich.

Cabaret

12.06.2022 @ 19:30 | The musical “Cabaret” was based on the book “Goodbye to Berlin” by Christopher Isherwood at the end of the 1920s, on the eve of the Third Reich.