The Cloister, with its Gothic pointed arches and historically significant murals by Jörg Ratgeb, constitutes an ideal venue for concerts, small-scale performing arts performances, readings, exhibitions, banquets and receptions. It offers a beautiful view into the garden and can be illuminated in an atmospheric and festive light.
590 m² (51 x 23 m); width of the Northern wing 3,60 m (185 m²); width of the Southern wing 2,50 x 4 m (150 m²); width of the Eastern wing 6 m (140 m²); width of the Western wing 5 m (115 m²) Height: 6,30 m
Row seating for 199 people (Eastern and Northern wing); Row seating for 120 people (including stage) or 145 people (excluding stage) (Western wing); beer table settings for 199 people (Western, Northern and Eastern wing), round table set-up for 120 people; bar table set-up for 240 people
Programmable lighting system; sound system plus additional mobile sound system including three microphones
Furnishings Available for Rent
200 chairs; lectern; 2 stage tables with leg screens for one person each (combinable); 1 stage table with leg screen for two persons (combinable); stage elements
Barrier-free access; daylight; glazed cloister arches; 10 floor outlet boxes with high voltage connection 16A; simultaneous use of 5 sockets possible; maximum available power output at 53 kW; various floor outlets with sockets; ancient exhibition pieces and stone fragments owned by the Archaeological Museum in the Southern wing; no heating available and can thus only be used May through September
3.500 € a day (excluding VAT)