Bahnhofsfest: Trying out English at Helen Doron Early English

A sample English lesson with Daljit Nitsche from Helen Doron Early English

A sample English lesson with Daljit Nitsche from Helen Doron Early English during the Bahnhofsfest on Saturday, 26th May, 2012

Bahnhofsfest at Oberursel Station

Oberursel Station in May 2012The station in Oberursel is being officially re-opened on Saturday, 26th May, 2012 at 11pm, and to celebrate a Bahnhofsfest is being held on Saturday and Sunday.

The station itself is easy to get to, as it serves both the S-Bahn (S5), U-Bahn (U3) and also a number of bus routes.

On both days there will be tours of the renovated station building, a miniature steam railway, a bouncy castle and goal shooting.

There will also be demonstrations by the dance school, a children’s disco at 3pm on Saturday afternoon, and a big party throughout the building from 8pm on Friday evening.  Apparently they will also be showing the Eurovision Song Contest in one of the rooms!

Helen Doron Early English will be offering a “picture book cinema” version of the The Gruffalo on Saturday at 4pm, an “interactive theatre” version of  The Rainbox Fish on Sunday at 4pm, and a “Sing & Dance” on both days at 5pm.

 

Bi-lingual musical pantomime – Hansel and Gretel

Drama and Comedy - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / lenmA bi-lingual (German and English) musical version of “Hansel and Gretel” is being organised Helen Doron’s Early English school on Sunday, 2nd October 2011 between 3pm and 5pm.

The musical is being held in the Taunushalle in Oberstedten (Landwehr 4) and entry is free thanks to the support of local sponsors, although a donation for the “Clown Doktoren” is requested.

And whilst the children and teachers of the school will be the ones on the stage, audience participation will play a big part – as you might expect in a pantomime!*

Doors open at 2.40pm.

Hinweis für deutschsprachigen Leser: es handelt sich um den Britischen Theaterform “Pantomime”, was mit dem deutschen Begriff “Pantomime” nicht vergleichbar ist.

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