Ticket sale & opening hours

Box office

TQW Studios

Mon–Fri 9.00–19.30
Sat 10.00–19.30
except holidays

Tanzquartier Wien
Museumsplatz 1
A-1070 Wien

Evening box office

TQW Halle E+G, TQW Studios

opens one hour before showtime at the
respective venue

Pricing &
Discounts

TQW Halle G

Regular price

€ 20

Concessions

€ 15
BankCard of Erste Bank
Der Standard subscribers
Ö1 Club-Card holders
Vienna City Card holders
Gartenbaukino subscribers
Kunsthalle Wien annual ticket holders
ImPuls Tanz Club
MQ combi ticket holders
retirees
IGFT members
FILMARCHIV AUSTRIA CLUB-Members

Concessions

€ 10
students, civil servants – up to 26
unemployed people
wheelchair users (+ accompanying person € 10)

TQW Card Gold/Pro

€ 10

Remaining tickets

€ 5
for everyone up to 26 from 15 minutes before showtime

TQW Studios

Regular price

€ 15

Concessions

€ 10
students, civil servants – up to 26
unemployed people
wheelchair users (+ accompanying person € 10)
retirees
BankCard of Erste Bank holders
IGFT members
Der Standard subscribers
Ö1 Club Card holders
Vienna City Card holders
Gartenbaukino subscribers
Kunsthalle Wien annual ticket holders
ImPuls Tanz Club
MQ combi ticket holders

TQW Card Gold/Pro

€ 5

TQW Halle E

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prices for TQW Halle E coming soon

wheelchair users

We kindly request wheelchair users to register their attendance at least one day before the performance via +43-1-581 35 91 or
tanzquartier@tqw.at.

free admission

  • introductions
  • artist talks

TQW vouchers

available for € 5 or € 10 at our box office or in our webshop

TQW CARD GOLD

 

TQW at a special rate for a whole year! The TQW Card Gold entitles you to buy tickets for all Tanzquartier Wien events in Hall G for € 10 (instead of € 20). In the TQW Studios you only pay € 5 (instead of € 15). Use of the cloakroom is also free of charge for holders of the TQW Card Gold. The discount tickets are available at the box office and from our web shop. The TQW Card Gold is valid for one year from the date of issue. It is personalised, so it is only valid upon presentation of a photo ID. The TQW Card Gold also entitles you to discounts at our partner organisations, e.g. Kunsthalle Wien,ImPuls Tanz, FILMARCHIV AUSTRIA and Gartenbaukino.

TQW Card Gold

€ 50

TQW SUBSCRIPTION

Three performances for

€ 39 instead of € 60

students pay

€ 21
Webshop

The TQW flexible subscription offers the unique opportunity to watch three out of five of the autumn season’s highlights at a special price.

Besides the latest works by established Austrian choreographers Amanda Piña / nadaproductions and Cie. Willli Dorner, you can choose from three outstanding international productions by Eisa Jocson, Meg Stuart & Tim Etchells and Jan Martens. You can’t go wrong here!

Available in our webshop and at the box office at TQW Studios.

For every purchased TQW subscription you will get a TQW bag as a gift.

Subscription Events

 
Thu06./
Fri07. 
Dec
19.30/
TQW Halle G
 
     
  • Thu 06. Dec
  • Fri 07. Dec
€ 20/15/10

Jan Martens

Rule of Three

Dance & Performance

„In Rule of Three the combination of dance, music, light, and text is at service of a global...

„In Rule of Three the combination of dance, music, light, and text is at service of a global audiovisual effect; abstract yet very well defined in its aesthetic agenda.“ — El Balandre

Rule of Three takes as its starting point our ability to zap in a flash from one impression to another. A sequence of scenes echoes the fragmentary experience of reality that is the consequence of this overload of stimuli. Rule of Three positions itself as a danced performance somewhere in between a concert and a short-story collection – written with bodies, light, music, costumes and text. An untamed meditation which, just like these times, builds on contrasts: between stillness and explosion, precision and intuition, heart and reason. On stage, performers Steven Michel, Julien Josse and Courtney May Robertson engage in a dialogue with NAH’s eclectic musical composition and keep driving up the sensory stimulation.

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Fri23./
Sat24. 
Nov
19.30/
TQW Halle G
 
     
  • Fri 23. Nov
  • Sat 24. Nov
€ 20/15/10

Meg Stuart & Tim Etchells

Shown and Told

Dance & Performance

„Like boarded up windows, like stone steps, like the sound of voices from a far away room, like...

Like boarded up windows, like stone steps, like the sound of voices from a far away room, like the smell of burning, like the way that condensation forms on windows, like searching for something, like searching through rooms.” — Tim Etchells

Shown and Told is a dynamic but fragile performance collage built from studio improvisation, balancing fixed material and possibilities for free-play. Arising from an exchange between choreographer and dancer Meg Stuart and writer and performance maker Tim Etchells, it exposes the very different practice and sensibilities of these two artists, exploring the relationship between movement, image and performing bodies. Working with vivid and surprising images, some of them physical some of them linguistic, the two performers develop a conversation that is tough, touching and comical by turns.

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Fri16./
Sat17. 
Nov
21.00/
TQW Halle G
 
     
  • Fri 16. Nov
  • Sat 17. Nov
€ 20/15/10

Cie. Willi Dorner

many

Dance & Performance

Willi Dorner is well-known both for his pointed works in public space and his clever play with the...

Willi Dorner is well-known both for his pointed works in public space and his clever play with the world of media. In his latest piece, he lets a real body collide with its virtual reality and makes tangible the dissolutionary tendencies of our selves in the pixel deserts of digital images in an ingenious live performance. many thematises the compulsion for self-mediatisation, the permanent displaying of oneself boosted by social media and the “tyranny of transparency” (Byung-Chul Han) in our society. Does one have to put oneself before the public on the Net to prove one’s existence?

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Thu01./
Fri02. 
Nov
19.30/
TQW Halle G
 
     
  • Thu 01. Nov
  • Fri 02. Nov
€ 20/15/10

Eisa Jocson

Princess

Dance & Performance

The Disney imperium made Snow White the epitome of the happy girl in films and leisure parks. Audiences...

The Disney imperium made Snow White the epitome of the happy girl in films and leisure parks. Audiences from Los Angeles to Hong Kong are enchanted by their waving and smiling princess actresses. Choreographer Eisa Jocson observes this apparently universal performance of happiness from a particular perspective: Disneyland Hong Kong is one of the most important employers of Philippine dancers in the region but, because of their skin colour, they are only cast in nameless supporting roles. Together with performance artist Russ Ligtas, Eisa Jocson hijaks Snow White’s physicality and speech and creates a playing field of identities. By means of mimicry and reproduction they overwrite the entertainment system’s pre-programed narratives and corrupt a closed world with their foreign bodies. In keeping with her previous solo works, Jocson continues in Princess to examine the interrelations of emotional labour, embodiment and the construction of racial and gender identities.

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Thu11.
Sat13. 
Oct
19.30/
TQW Halle G

Amanda Piña / nadaproductions

DANZA Y FRONTERA

Dance & Performance

“This work is dedicated to those that have the courage to move, to those who's  bodies carry borders.”...

“This work is dedicated to those that have the courage to move, to those who’s  bodies carry borders.” — Amanda Piña

DANZA Y FRONTERA is the latest work in the series Endangered Human Movements and it is based on a dance that arises at the border between Mexico and the US. The dance from the neighbourhood of El Ejido Veinte of Matamoros, Tamaulipas (Mexico), is performed today in a context of extreme violence related to a border where narcotraffic, militarization, and cheap labour industries meet. The dance has its roots in an ancient pre-hispanic dance form that was later used by the Spanish Crown (Casa de Austria/Habsburg) to develop the conquest of Mexico as a “danza de conquista”, a conquest dance. It continued to transform itself till today and it can be understood as a form of resistance to colonial and later neoliberal forces. A contemporary pop-cultural appropriation in which indigenous practices, colonial narratives, Hip Hop culture and indigenous mysticism resonate.

DANZA Y FRONTERA explores this border choreography and brings its protagonists to Vienna in the context of the advancement of “Fortress Europe”. As border subjects, the performers inhabit a place in between, understanding its power and limitations, moving beyond all notions of borders be they cultural, national or aesthetic.

 

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AUDIENCING

The aim of TQW’s non-formal education programme is to make art and culture accessible to everybody on as many levels as possible and thereby to broaden the scope of awareness for contemporary dance and performance. Tanzquartier Wien offers individually tailored educational events for all those interested – whether first-time visitors, dance experts, students or pensioners.

In addition to formats developed in direct collaboration with artists featured in the current programme, there is a wide range of offers available for individual visitors and groups alike. Guided backstage tours provide a look behind the scenes. You can visit rehearsals, listen to introductions, attend artist talks and workshops in which you can take an active part – all this allows you to examine artistic contents more closely, both at a theoretical and a practical level.

We will happily customise a programme to suit your requirements.

 

MERCHANDISE

 

Rakete caps

in Navy and Pastel-Lemon
100% cotton
€ 10
One Size
available at TQW Studios

TQW Bag White

100% cotton
€ 5
available at TQW Studios

TQW Bag Black

100% cotton
€ 5
available at TQW Studios

Rakete schwimming box

€ 3

DANCE ON TOUR

DANCE ON TOUR Austria is a project by Tanzquartier Wien and in cooperation with the Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs. DANCE ON TOUR Austria offers financial support to contemporary dance and performance artists and companies based in Austria who wish to go on tour with their production.

ACCREDITATION

Please send an accreditation request using the form below to buy tickets at a trade discount from our web shop.

Accreditations are only valid if TQW has confirmed them by email.

Upon confirmation you will receive an email with the current discount code. You can purchase one trade discount ticket per regular event directly from the web shop (subject to availability). You will also be added to the mailing list of discount codes for the following months.

You are only entitled to buy trade discount tickets if you are currently working in the field of contemporary dance and performance.

If you have any questions, please contact tqw.at.

Journalists are kindly asked to register for our press mailing list in our press area.

 
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