20.04.2014

Das Berliner Kriminal Theater

feiert heute die Erstaufführung

des Klassikers „Der Name der Rose“

von Umberto Eco. Um 17 Uhr

startet die furiose Kriminalgeschichte.

21.04.2014

Auch dieses Jahr lockt die

Zitadelle Spandau zum Mittel-

alter-Spaß am Osterwochenende.

Täglich ab 10 Uhr findet das

8. Oster-Ritter-Spectaculum statt.

20.04.2014

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