As an outdoor event, THE HEAVEN SO NEAR is subject to a significantly lower risk of infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. But how does a visit to a theatre ANU event work in Corona times? When do I have to wear a mask?
What happens in THE HEAVEN SO NEAR?
THE HEAVEN SO NEAR is an installation course in ten stations. This means that there is only one path through the play area that leads past the different installations - an ANU journey that tells the stories of life from the beginning and the end.
Is there an exact starting time? How long can I plan for THE HEAVEN SO NEAR?
The course is open from 6-8.30 pm each day. There are 2 admission times: 6pm and 7pm, maximum 200 people per admission time. Plan to stay for about 60 minutes to see all the stations.
How can I be there? How can I buy tickets? Is there a box office?
Tickets can only be purchased online via this page. Tickets go on sale on 14 November 2022.
Remaining tickets will be available from 5.30pm at the box office at the Columbiadamm entrance, on presentation of name, address and telephone number.
There will only be a few tickets left for the respective evenings. It is therefore strongly recommended to book online in advance!
Is there a gastronomic service?
The Luftgarten beer garden will provide mulled wine and non-alcoholic Pusch for you.
Corona - What is allowed? What rules - hygiene, masks, minimum distance - apply?
At the moment there are no Corona measures from the state of Berlin. As organisers, we ask all guests to carry a medical mask/FFP 2 mask. This must be worn in the tents. Children up to 6 years of age are excluded.
We also kindly ask you to take a quick test. It protects you, other visitors and us artists. Thank you very much!
Online ticket: data storage?
There is currently no four-week retention of contact details.
You can find out which regulation on necessary measures to contain the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus is currently in force here:
Please keep up to date!