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Thu, 16 Feb 2017 19:00
Lux aeterna / Elbphilharmonie+
In Asia, tea is not just a drink; it’s something to be celebrated. The ritual preparation and enjoyment of tea together have forged a culture that goes back thousands of years, with important rites, gestures and attitudes of mind.
In cooperation with Konfuzius-Institut Hamburg
Rieckhoffstraße 12 / 21073 Hamburg / Germany
S3, S31: Harburg Rathaus
Bus 146, 157, 543: Harburger Ring
A restricted number of parking spaces can be found near the Kulturzentrum Rieckhof. It is recommended that guests make use of the multistorey carpark in the »Harburg Carree«. This large red-brick building is located opposite the Cinemaxx Kino (cinema) at Wilstorfer Straße 1, 21073 Hamburg. The first hour of parking is free of charge, thereafter €1.50 per hour.
A parking space for persons with disabilities is situated directly in front of the entrance. The building, refreshments and the stalls are fully accessible. Seats in the hall can be made free for wheelchair users. Accessible restrooms located in the concert hall area can also be used by diners.