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Karl P. Gaul, Kommissar Hjuler and Mama Bär "Reading with Sound Barriers"
Trailer 9:27 min
Ship MS Stubnitz | Stadthafen LP 82 | Rostock | October 21, 2011 at 9 pm INFO

Appearance as Characters at Novel IM KNAST MIT KOMMISSAR HJULER UND MAMA BAER by Peter Rathke: The novel writer Peter Rathke, who runs the Peter Rathke Verlag, Winkel 1, 24226 Heikendorf, and who is known for his German translations of  the novels Planetoid 127 and Mein Leben by Edgar Wallace (Wikipedia), came along our profile at by chance and was that curious for more art and music by us, that he first visited us in February 2009.

This visit was inspiring to him for a new novel, he said, and so he was to present Mama Baer and Kommissar Hjuler as characters at his new novel.

Peter Rathke mostly has written his novels under pseudonym Tarekh (Kielroman), Karl P. Gaul (Vom Mann, der Blumen spuckte / Kielroman Zwo), and Colmar Prochnow (Liebe und Spuk in Sachsen bis zum Abwinken), Peter Rathke also works as an abstract painter under pseudonym  Karl P. Gaul. For this Novel he has chosen the Pseudonym FOLTERGAUL.

The cover art is by Mama Baer and Kommissar Hjuler, selected photos from shooting we show at file (photographies).

The Novel is available since March 1st 2011at Peter Rathke Verlag Heikendorf (ISB 978-3-9804622-0-4).

The appearance of the Novel will be accompanied by experimental lectures, one of these lectures already took place at MS Stubnitz, Stadthafen Rostock, on October 21st 2010, for which Karl P. Gaul read from the manuscript with performance background by us, another lecture is planned for March 12th 2011 and is part of the UND#6 Plattform Karlsruhe.

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With 3 separate venues adapted from the ship's cargo-holds the Stubnitz is a highly versatile, well-equipped location that can be tailored to suit a range of specialist needs for public events or corporate and private hire. The original architecture of the vessel has been preserved to create an atmospheric post-industrial space, with atomic age appeal.

MS Stubnitz view 1

Hold 4: 2260sq ft; 400 capacity | Hold 4 has a large well equipped stage, with a famous acoustic. It can accommodate up to 150 seated audience or up to 400 standing. It offers a cloakroom and separate access from the main deck.

MS Stubnitz view 12

The Factory: 1775sq ft; 200 capacity | The Factory above Hold 4 features a sliding floor section in the middle of the room that can be opened to extend the main venue to two levels or stay closed to operate as a separate venue with 100-200 capacity. The Factory has two bars, 6 fixed tables with seating and 5 large screens that can show live feed from the Hold 4 stage. With the floor open an atrium offers views of the stage.

MS Stubnitz view 3

Hold 1: 1830sq ft; 200 capacity | Hold 1 in the front of the ship can accommodate 100-300 audience with its own separate access from shore-side. It has a large bar and 100 vintage cinema seats that can be arranged through the space as required.   see more