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Christof Loy’s decided to swap some of the scenes in this operetta around during his lively and amusing production, as he firmly believed that this made the story line much easier to understand. Find out what sort of mess Gabriel Eisenstein gets himself into when his so called best friend persuades him to go to Prince Orlofsky’s ball instead of handing himself in to begin a short sentence in the local jail…..
There are plenty of audio-guides and headsets available. These can be collected from a special stand in the foyer from 5.30pm (they are free, please return them after the performance). If you are bringing your guide dog with you then please mention this when purchasing your ticket so that you can be given a seat on the end of a row so that your faithful friend has enough room for a well-earned sleep during the performance!
The City of Frankfurt has also organised a two hour tour of the city that afternoon for the blind, visually impaired and normal sighted people. It starts off at 1.30pm from the Tourist Information department in the Römer (the town hall). Cross your fingers that the weather is kind!
To apply to join this tour send an email, before March 19th 2013, to firstname.lastname@example.org or ring +49(0)69 212 45 983.
Further information can be found here: www.frankfurt-tourismus.de/barrierefrei