The Pirates of Penzance, playing at the Musikalische Komödie of Leipzig, features superb singing and acting of a British comic opera classic in German.
This is probably the closest we’ll ever get to these people’s daily lives.
It’s at Leipzig East, the carp is to die for, and it’s got vegan options and a very nice owner.
“It becomes a discussion between a suicidal man and a dead body as to whether life is worth living – but it’s super fun.” You can catch it in Leipzig cinemas this movie week, in the original, and we give you a glimpse.
“The quiet Zola, son of a poor seamstress, and the explosive, rich Cézanne, will compete for the heart of the same woman, whom each will call by a different name.” Peek into their friendship in a movie playing in Leipzig.
If Leipzig is a city “between heaven and hell” as I wrote, then Hieronymus Bosch could have been its painter.