Comedy for the Future Festival: With fun and humor against climate change

In Berlin, people laugh at Ascension Day for Climate – at the world’s first comedy festival that is entirely dedicated to sustainable development and climate.

For four days at the Schillertheater on Kurfürstendamm, more than 50 comedians will discuss with traders from the cultural sector, and then in a humorous way to introduce viewers to the topic of climate protection: entertainment with attitude. The patron of the festival is dr. Eckhart von Hirschhausen.

Laughter Parade: Demonstrate with fun and humor for greater sustainability and the fight against climate change

Demonstrate instead of drinking? On the Ascension Day – the so-called men’s day – comedians invite you to a joint climate demonstration by the capital. We invite not only the gentlemen of creation, but all those who want to actively stand up for the climate and think that climate protection can also be fun.

A humorous parade with music, choreography and numerous comedians, comedians and animators who campaign for 17 sustainable development goals awaits the participants.

Here we go from 12:00 in front of the Brandenburg Gatethe main program takes place between 13:00 and 14:00.

17 Sustainable Development Goals:
1.) End poverty in all its forms, everywhere.
2.) End hunger, achieve food security and better nutrition.
3.) Provide a healthy life for all people of all ages and promote their well-being.
4.) Ensure inclusive, equal and high-quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.
5.) Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.
6.) Ensure the availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
7.) Provide access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for everyone.
8.) Promoting sustainable, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, productive full employment and decent work for all.
9.) Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization, and support innovation.
10.) Reducing inequalities within and between countries.
11.) Make cities and human settlements friendly, safe, resilient and sustainable.
12.) Ensuring sustainable patterns of consumption and production.
13.) Take immediate action to combat climate change and its consequences.
14.) Conservation and sustainable use of the oceans, seas and marine resources as part of sustainable development.
15.) Protect, restore and promote the sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems.
16.) Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development.
17.) Strengthen the means of implementation and breathe new life into the global partnership for sustainable development.

Nine comedy programs for the climate

The colorful comedy program at Komödie am Kurfürstendamm at the Schiller Theater begins on Ascension Day. In a total of nine programs, famous comedians and comedians explore the issues of climate change and sustainable development.

Olaf Schubert, Eckart von Hirschhausen, Abdelkarim, Atze Schröder, Gerburg Jahnke, Michel Abdollahi, Lisa Feller, Johann König, Bodo Wartke, Horst Evers, Helene Bockhorst, Maxi Gstettenbauer, Gayle Tufts, Ingmar Willmeier, Morud, Akbarznade, Masud or there Manbarznade, Fee Brembeck, Erika Ratcliffe, Shahak Shapira and Osan Yaran.

Tickets for the events are available on the festival website: comedyforfuturefestival.de.

B2B program for trade visitors

In addition to and later than the comedy shows on the main stage, a B2B-oriented conference will be held in the theater’s side foyers on Friday 27 May.

It is aimed at visitors to the cultural and creative industries, actors and decision makers at the political level, entrepreneurs who want to make themselves and their business more sustainable and, of course, cultural workers who want to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals at a substantive level more integrating with their work.

Tickets for these events are also available on the festival website: comedyforfuturefestival.de/b2b-programm.

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