Evolution never ceases to amaze. Presumably, celebrity Sven Ratzke [Nijmegen, 1977] is a descendent of the chameleon. For more than 25 years he has been effortlessly adopting the sounds and colours of his musical heroes, while retaining his authenticity.
For his theatre concert Homme fatale the diva draws on Falco, Grace Jones, David Bowie, Moloko, the Scissor Sisters and their theatrical acts. It results in an extravaganza of catchy pop songs and stand-up routines in which he showcases his love of vicious humour. The eccentric Sven Ratzke is unsurpassed in style, music and entertainment.
For those who have awoken from a 25-year coma and haven’t been back to Boulevard until now: you are right, in the early nineties Ratzke’s performance made the angels of St. John’s Cathedral blush with excitement, singing Lieder von Huren und armen Mädchen and chansons by Fassbinder and Kurt Weill. He now returns with the very finest disco and dance heroes.
- Entrance price € 15
- Friend price € 13,50
- Genre Musical theater
- Running time 70 min.
- Attainability At the festival square
- Location Festivalplein/ BLVRD Theater
Toilet facilities available
- Accessibility Language no problem, Induction loops/infra red system available, Visual impairment, Wheelchair accessible