Hamburg / Fabrik

The Fabrik in Hamburg Altona is known far beyond the borders of the city and Germany and is an early example of the new and converted use of industrial buildings as places of art and culture. The three-aisle hall was built in 1899 as a factory hall. As early as 1971, private citizens Horst Dietrich and Friedhelm Zeuner founded Germany's first culture and communication center in the abandoned building under the motto "Culture for All." The building from the Wilhelminian period impresses to this day with its special architecture: a high, nave-like room with a wooden girder construction and surrounding galleries on two floors, allow a view of the events in the hall.


19 Aug. 2023
7:30 p.m.


Barnerstr. 36
22765 Hamburg

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