A blouse by Caren Miosga, a show suit by Jan Delay or a gold record by Die Ärzte – all of these could be bought at auction. And the money goes to war victims.
Hamburg – The Golden Pudel Club founders Rocko Schamoni and Schorsch Kamerun raised 22,500 euros for the victims of the Russian war of aggression with an auction in the Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg. On Thursday evening, around 22 treasures from well-known people came under the hammer in the almost fully occupied theater, as the theater announced on Friday in Hamburg.
The highest bid of the “Pudel Art Action” was therefore a bass guitar signed by all band members of the Toten Hosen, which went under the hammer for 3200 euros. Most bids went to the gold record for the album “The Beast in Human Form” by Die Ärzte, which was auctioned for 2,500 euros.
Worn laundry on sale
The bidders also bought a handwritten and signed score by Chilly Gonzales, three show suits by Jan Delay, a signed art print by Daniel Richter and a western guitar by Axel Prahl. Caren Miosga and Linda Zervakis also made two blouses available for the auction that they had worn in the “Tagesthemen” and “Tagesschau” respectively. According to the information, between 300 and 1700 euros were paid for the valuables. In addition to those interested in the theater, around 150 people took part in the auction online.
The evening for a good cause – the money goes to the aid organization Cologne Cares for their work in the Ukraine – was moderated by Schamoni and Cameroon. There were also performances by Thees Uhlmann, Erobique, ensemble member Josefine Israel and the two moderators. dpa