Under the motto "my way of jacob in 90 minutes or how a saxonian presenter traded the microphone for the pilgrim’s staff" is a lecture evening in the series "culture under the roof at the monchshof. Speaker will be on friday, 8. February, at 20.30 o’clock marcus poschlod be.
Poschlod has been a "super-poschi" radio presenter in saxony for many years known. He has already worked with the cult duo bottcher& fischer, still a presenter at the station R.SA and is also at home on many stages as a presenter of various events and festivals.
What few people know, however, is that the man from leipzig regularly takes time off to make a pilgrimage on the way of st. James. In the past few years, poschlod has been to france, spain and portugal three times on the way to the tomb of the holy apostle jacobus in santiago de compostela. He covered almost 2,000 kilometers – naturally on fub.
No boring slide show awaits visitors. In his current stage program "my way of jacob in 90 minutes let poschlod now share his pilgrimages with the audience. The audience will go with him on the way of jacobs, meet snoring pilgrims, have incredible encounters and experience a lot of the unique feeling of arriving at the destination in santiago.
What really matters
In an entertaining way, poschlod shows what really matters if you seriously want to make a pilgrimage on the way of st. James: "the question is, how many clothes does it take?? What kind of backpack do i need, are the hostels really that bad or do you have to be a christian to go on a pilgrimage?? And finally – how has the camino changed after the hype about hape kerkeling’s popular pilgrimage book??"
At "culture under the roof marcus poschlod talks about his experiences in a well-founded, passionate and humorous way. He also shows many pictures and videos and shares with his audience private audio recordings made on his pilgrimages. An evening for dropouts and the stressed, for the curious and the skeptical. And for all those who have long wanted to walk the way of st. James, but still need the final "nudge" need.
Tickets are available at the museum box office in the monchshof and in the ticket store of the bayerische rundschau in the kressenstein.