The popular actor Charles Brauer reads exciting stories by well-known authors at the Hotel Schützen in Rheinfelden. Tickets available online or on site. Performance at 8 pm.
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 | 8 p.m.
Schützenkeller | HOTEL SCHÜTZEN RHEINFELDEN
When Charles Brauer, one of Germany's most popular actors, reads, it's an experience for everyone.
On this evening, he captivates his audience with a selection of exciting stories by US crime fiction legends Patricia Highsmith, Henry Slesar, Edgar Allan Poe, who brought the figure of the detective into literature, and by non-crime writer Bert Brecht, complemented by insights into the lives of the authors.
Charles Brauer, who appeared in the post-war drama "Irgendwo in Berlin" at the age of eleven, became known to a wide audience as Heinz Schölermann in the first German family television series "Familie Schölermann". He achieved particular popularity as long-standing Hamburg "Tatort" detective Peter Brockmöller alongside Manfred Krug.
In 2023, "Die blaue Mütze und andere Geschichten aus meinem Leben" was published. To mark his 70th stage anniversary at the Ernst Deutsch Theater in Hamburg, Charles Brauer can be seen in the play "Tuesdays at Morrie's" by American author Mitch Albom at the beginning of 2024.
Audiobook lovers appreciate his accentuated recordings. As the German voice of John Grisham, Charles Brauer has just recorded the latest thriller "The Abduction".
- Organizer: Schützen Hotels Rheinfelden
- Tickets are available online, at the reception of the Hotel Schützen and in all post offices.
- Admission CHF 15/10
- Box office at the reception of the Hotel Schützen
- Doors and bar open half an hour before the performance
Our tip: Dinner beforehand at 6.00 pm in the Restaurant Schützen. Reservation under T +41 61 836 25 25 or [email protected]
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