promotes and realizes art and cultural projects worldwide.

bridgeworks promotes and realizes art and cultural projects worldwide.

Angst (fear)

Annual Theme 2020

Taboo - Manipulation - Unknown

The Bridgeworks year 2020 with our Palestinian partner culture will revolve around the topic "fear" in the broadest sense. With the aspiration to find a complex, inspiring and relevant topic for both cultures, we are very happy with the decision. Fear is a daily companion, present on all levels and tangible with all senses: you can smell, see, hear and sometimes almost grasp you ...

CoPro Dance 2020


Projects 2020/2021

Detached from our national identity, we want to locate ourselves on social maps. We want to talk about fear, not as a Trojan horse for ideologies, but as a fine distinction that defines us as individuals.

Our partner culture 2018

Successful fundraising for artists from Uganda

Donation target of 2000€ reached after five days

Our partner culture 2018

Corona emergency aid for Ugandan artists

Solidarity with artists in times of crisis

Corona emergency aid for Ugandan artists Emergency aid for Ugandan artists during the Corona crisis. Together we can help to ensure the survival of artists...

collaboration professional

Enchanting performances in Uganda

Romeo and Juliet in Kampala

Now the first series of performances of "Romeo and Juliet in Kampala" took place in Uganda. For this purpose Viola Hilbing and Simon Eifeler from Bridgeworks traveled from Germany to the Ugandan capital Kampala .

collaboration professional

Romeo and Juliet in Kampala

Premiere on 2nd August, further dates on 3rd, 9th and 10th August


romeo & juliette

casting in uganda

We spent much of yesterday searching for our "Romeo" and "Juliet" for our Ugandan Version of William Shakespeare's classic play "Romeo and Juliet". Well we got an opportunity to get a feel of how "Romeo and Juliet" sounds in some of our local languages like Luganda, Runyoro, Rutooro, Rukiga, Runyankole, and Nigeria's Ibo.

art laboratory

research visit to Jerusalem

Reaching new shores

For three weeks, Felix Banholzer and Simon Eifeler travel to Jerusalem to meet theaters, cultural institutions and artists, to attend musical dance and theater performances, and to develop a feeling for the structure.

art laboratory

The art camp songs are ready

Available on Spotify, Itunes and Amazon

At the bridgeworks art camp 2018 in Kampala, guided by the musicians Kaz Kasozi, Peter "Pete" Stöcklin and Sebastian "Baf" Scheipers, six wonderful songs were created by the participants.