Parkstad Limburg Theaters discount on shows

Parkstad Limburg Theaters (PLT) offers students and staff at UM discounts for two engaging performances (both in Dutch, €10 each):

  • Een democratische avond voor bijna iedereen on Tuesday 26 November at 20.30: The remarkable combination of theatre, music and direct dialogue creates an evening where the audience can get closer to politics.
  • Heidegger on Saturday 30 November at 20.30: Bo Tarenskeen wrote and performs in a play about the Nazi past of philosopher Heidegger.

Use code demos19 and Heid19 during checkout to get you tickets for just €10.

During Een democratische avond voor bijna iedereen, Het Zuidelijk Toneel & Lucas De Man do not only provide an analysis of democracy, but also actively look for new possibilities and ideas. The remarkable combination of theatre, music and direct dialogue creates an evening where the audience can get closer to politics. It is an opportunity to get started with a different approach to politics. With our discount code demos19, UM students and employees pay € 10 instead of €17.50. You can order your tickets here.

Theaterkrant: ‘Much will have to change to keep democracy real and alive. The four performers know how to stimulate people to make small and big suggestions, heartwarming and surprising. Great to experience!’
Theaterparadijs: ‘A wonderful example of how performance can lead to a social discussion, in which people are happy to participate this time.’

PLT also offers a special discount for the Heidegger show. Bo Tarenskeen wrote and performs in a play about the Nazi past of philosopher Heidegger. Martin Heidegger is one of the most important philosophers of the 20th century, but there is a big blemish: Heidegger was a member of Nazi party NSDAP from 1933 to 1945. How can Heidegger’s belief in Nazism be reconciled with his influential insight? According to Bo Tareskeen, ‘Fascist systems have an appeal: the clarity and the lack of doubt or self-relativity. Democracy is a messy and chaotic administrative model. Many people have difficulty with that kind of relativism, people are experiencing it again today. That makes Heidegger up-to-date once more.’ The students can experience an artistic way of analyzing philosophical questions during this performance. By using the Heid19 code, students and staff pay €10 instead of €16.00. You can order your tickets here.

NRC ★★★★: ‘Beautiful solo theater about the evil of Heidegger … As in his earlier solos, Tarenskeen gives form to philosophical questions in a poetic, modest way.’
Theaterkrant ★★★★: ‘Apparently effortlessly Tarenskeen connects philosophical questions with biographical and historical issues.’

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