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.

Filth and trash

11.06.2022 – 11.09.2022 @ Ganztägig | Exhibition on penny dreadfuls and the social images they conveyed from the time of Oskar Kokoschka and Käthe Kollwitz.