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FRANCIS SEECK

›ZUGANG VERWEHRT. KEINE CHANCE IN DER KLASSENGESELLSCHAFT: WIE KLASSISMUS SOZIALE UNGLEICHHEIT FÖRDERT‹

Reading

TUE 24 May / 7.30 pm

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Our society is fundamentally shaped by discrimination based to one’s social background and position. Classism has an effect from before one is born birth to beyond one’s death. For example, access to education and health care is shaped by it—and even the way we are interred. Classism can even become life-threatening. The divide between poor and rich has been growing for years, while the barriers between the classes are becoming more rigid. Yet classism as an issue has attracted surprisingly little attention to date. This must urgently change! For only if we deal with classism is a just society possible.

›Francis Seeck impressively shows why we must overcome class society. No one who has read the book will ever again mistake classism for a period of art‹ (Christian Baron)

TICKETS ››
Reservations by phone or email 0421 520 80 70 (Mon, Wed – Fri 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. or answering machine) or ticket@schwankhalle.de. Pick up at the box office until 30 min before the performance starts. Tickets available online and at all Nordwest-Ticket ticket agencies. Box office open from 60 min before the start of the event. Online tickets +1 EURO fee.
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Pricing
5 EURO, Bremen Pass/Kultursemesterticket 3 EURO. No further reductions. Online-Tickets plus 1 EURO fee.

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION
The reading runs approx. 75-90 minutes without intermission. It is in german spoken language. The audience is seated. There are two wheelchair spaces that can be reserved based on availability or selected as a ticket category in the online store and at the box office. Detailed information about the accessibility of our venue can be found here. If you have any questions, please contact us at ticket@schwankhalle.de or 0421 520 80 70.

Information on the current Corona regulations and our hygiene measures can be found here.