Our historic castles, abbeys, churches, press rooms and barns are once again turned into festival stages for high-class concerts in a unique ambiance – from Assumstadt Castle in the Heilbronn area to Castle Hohenlohe in Schillingsfürst, in the Franconian-Bavarian district of Ansbach and from the palace in Weikersheim on the river Tauber, called the “Versailles of Hohenlohe” to the monumental Großcomburg in Schwäbisch Hall.
Freilichtspiele Schwäbisch Hall (Open Air Theatre)
Artistic standards and entertainmaint perfectly blend on the Great Stairs and in the Globe Theatre. A great variety of plays, also by William Shakespeare, characterise the Haller Freilichtspiele.
Burgfestspiele Jagsthausen (Open Air Theatre)
In the Burgfestspiele Jagsthausen, Johann Wolfgang von Goethes “Götz von Berlichingen” comes alive at the original location every year. They present a broad and dedicated cultural open air programme and feature classic drama, music theatre and plays for children.
Puppet Theatre Pendel
The small puttet theatre in Ingelfingen-Hermuthausen comprises 40 seats and is considered an insider’s tipp in Hohenlohe. Tours of the workshop after the performance can be arranged.
Puppet Theatre Ted Moré
The fantasic plays and artistic puppets of Ted Moré puppet theatre enchant young and old visitors alike. He regularly performs plays, written by himself, in his theatre in Nagelsberg, a district of Künzelsau.