March 8, 2022 at 06:20
With a lot of vigor into the 2022 season: This is the new program of the Schermbecker Landhelden
Marcell Oppenberg and Sabrina Greiwe presented the Schermbecker Landhelden program for 2022. Photo: Helmut Scheffler Schermbeck The Schermbecker Landhelden, which belong to the Cultural Foundation, have presented their program for 2022. There is lots of music, award-winning comedy and a big family day around the town hall. An overview.
“We’re still full of energy,” said Marcell Oppenberg, chairman of the Schermbecker Landhelden, with relief, as he presented the next performances in the former Reformed Church together with the community business promoter Sabrina Greiwe. The series of important concerts will begin on March 19th at 8pm in the Ramirez’s food court. Should more visitors come, the six-piece band Sheevón will perform in the hall. The band has been delighting their listeners with Irish folk for 40 years. Two days after St. Patrick’s Day, which is celebrated in honor of Saint Patrick, the program in Schermbeck is themed “Irish Folk for St. Patrick’s Day”. Entry is already at 7 p.m. Tickets in advance cost 15 euros, at the box office 18 euros. The 2G plus rule applies that evening. Info Where to buy tickets
sale Tickets can be purchased from the middle of this week at the latest in several advance booking offices: in the Volksbank Schermbeck, in the Schermbeck branch of the Niederrheinische Sparkasse Rhein-Lippe and in the head office in the Schermbeck town hall. Tickets are already available online. Because of the war in Ukraine, the Schermbecker Landhelden have renamed the first concert of 2022 to a benefit concert. The proceeds from the concert tickets, which can be purchased immediately, will go to Aktion Deutschland Hilft to support the people of Ukraine. Anyone who has already purchased a ticket or would like to make a donation beyond the price can take part in a fundraiser that evening.
The motto of the second event, which begins on April 2 at 7 p.m. in the former Reformed Church, is “The right wine in the wrong life”. Entry is already at 6 p.m. Tickets cost 23 euros in advance and 26 euros at the box office. Numerous tickets have already been sold. Sophia Fritz and the musician Martin Bechler, the frontman of Fortuna Ehrenfeld, read from their book “Kork”, which deals with wine and life. The student Sophia has broken off her psychology studies and waits in the Bacchus wine tavern. But she never serves the ordered wine. Whether it’s a quarreling couple or a suicidal hedge fund manager, she always thinks she knows what really needs to be drunk. For only the precisely administered wine can make life bearable. The only one she can’t cheat on is Martin. Whenever the musician Martin comes back from a tour, exhausted and full of stories, he goes for a drink at Bacchus. Sophia and Martin are crowned prophets of wine. Bacchus becomes their stage, their lecture hall, their own universe. Together they prescribe the right wines for the wrong lives of others. The longer their nights at the bar, the more curious, intimate and disarming their truths become. The cabaret artist Hennes Bender will be a guest on April 30 from 8 p.m. in the former Reformed Church. Entry is already at 7 p.m. Tickets cost 23 euros in advance and 26 euros at the box office. Hennes Bender grew up in Bochum, where he still lives today. In Bochum he studied theatre, film and television sciences. He made his stage debut in 1990 as Hamlet at the Bochum Schauspielhaus. His first appearances as a solo comedian were in 1998. The radio comedy he wrote and conceived, “Scheisse! The port police!” was awarded the ARD Karl Magnus Prize in 1999. In 2000 he appeared on television for the first time. In 2004 he was awarded the German Comedy Prize as the best newcomer. In 2009, Ullstein-Verlag published the “Kleine Ruhrpott-Lexikon” with the title “Komma delicious with me”. In 2020 he translated the Asterix adventures into the language of the people of the Ruhr area. In the former Reformed Church, listeners can look forward to a living room concert on May 21 from 8 p.m. (admission 7 p.m.). Tickets cost 15 euros in advance and 18 euros at the box office. The concert will be performed by singer, guitarist and entertainer Bernd Begemann. “I’m just a guy who sings songs,” Begemann describes his artistic activities. He grew up in Bad Salzuflen. With his band Die Answer he released his first album in 1987. In the past 20 years, Begemann has appeared in several television programs. In October 2010 he took part in the Bundesvision Song Contest in Berlin. Also in the second half of the year, the Schermbecker Landhelden want to contribute to the revitalization of the cultural scene in Schermbeck. The reading, which crime thriller author Klaus Peter Wolf will be giving on October 19 in the community center, is already sold out. A big family day will take place around the town hall on August 28th. Under the motto “Schermbeck paints colorfully”, junction boxes are painted or transformed into eye-catchers by graffiti artists. On November 26, the Schermbecker Landhelden start a festival concert evening in the comprehensive school. Well-known artists will perform during the concert. Marcell Oppenberg founded the “Landhelden Big Band” with musicians who have a special connection to Schermbeck. The band is scheduled to perform publicly sometime in the fall. The culture summer of the district of Wesel in 2021 was fondly remembered by the Schermbeck country heroes. Oppenberg can well imagine the repetition of such a musical event, but not before 2023.
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