Musical Boulevard Hamburg

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Stage Entertainment inaugurates the connection between the two musical theatres on the other side of the Elbe - the Musical Boulevard Hamburg is open! Visitors can look forward to one of the most beautiful views of Hamburg and a unique art exhibition.

With the opening of the Stage Theater an der Elbe, the Musical Boulevard Hamburg was also created. The connection between the Theater im Hafen, which houses the successful musical "Disneys THE LION KING", and the newly created theatre not only offers musical visitors one of the most beautiful views of Hamburg from the opposite side of the Elbe. Whether it's the Landungsbrücken, the Elbphilharmonie or the special atmosphere of Hamburg Harbour, from here you can see the impressive sides of Hamburg. The newly designed outdoor area invites visitors to linger and relax. 
A permanent exhibition of works by international artists can be seen in the foyer of the theatre. The exhibition, put together by Janine van den Enden, offers contemporary painting as well as unusual objects such as Hugo Timmermans' 30-metre-long and eight-metre-high light sculpture.

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