Earlier circled by Soviet fighter jets over Neuruppin, decades earlier Junkers Ju-52 machines, the "aunt Ju" – today it is a sky of spotlights. If the Spots light up at night on the outskirts of the city, in the writer Theodor Fontane, 200 years ago, to the world, invites Christian Juhre again to an event. The beam of light in the sky has, as a search light the way to his "Hangar 312," on the top of the Grass to grow. Two years ago, the 38-year-old neurppiner has bought the hall with the semi-circular barrel-vaulted roof on the former military airfield in the town of Neuruppin, about 60 km North-West of Berlin.
Juhre is just in front of a small door next to the giant entrance gate to the green facade. "Until 1990, parked Russian jet," he says. The Red army built the Hangar in the 1970s, to the camouflaged aircraft garage. Since the military airfield existed already for several decades. In 1916 he was created.
After the Second world war, the Red army took over the place
"In the first world war, a squadron was stationed in Neuruppin," says Christian Juhre. Thereafter, the former garrison town used the site first civil: From the team's poor people were barracks-like quarters, a considerable part of the surface small should plow the gardener. "Maybe even here, where now my Hangar at Hugo-Eckener-Ring 40 is?", organizers considered Juhre. However, in 1934, the Nazi military retook the airport of Neuruppin. Pilots were trained. And after the Second world war, the Red army took over the place.
"After their departure, the ,number, 312, remained' for many years, unused. Later, the municipal Bauhof stored in it Sand and salt. In the meantime, the old airfield is a part is developed as a commercial area. Carpenters and boat builders have settled. There is a horse farm, a sail airfield and a large solar field.
"Actually, I wanted to use my Hangar as a Garage for buses and vans," said Juhre. But then, many said his friends and Acquaintances: go for a event location. "It tickled in my fingers," he recalls. After all, that is exactly his job.
The former airplane Garage now shines with a trendy steel and stainless-look
Since 2004, working Christian Juhre as an event technician and Manager. He learnt his craft in the Studio in Hamburg, a production centre for Film and television. In Neuruppin Juhre organized, for example, in the summer, the popular "Free-cinema flicker-hour", and in the Winter the Christmas market. His Hangar 312 of the 38 built-Year-old now with a lot of enthusiasm in self-directed and technically supported by a number of helpers.Christian Juhre, 38, an event Manager from Neuruppin.Photo: Anja Reinbothe-Occhipinti
He missed the former airplane Garage a trendy steel - and rust-optic, installed a Bar with a kegerator from an old pipe and a gallery of their basic design from the old "Paulaner" brewery in Munich. Via a spiral staircase from the twenties, he climbs up: "This has been a walk-bridge that hung over the brewer's copper." In the hall of electricity-saving rays of lights LED. "Fits just fine for the concrete look," said Juhre.
In the city, he was a use amendment, then he invited in September 2018 for the first time, to the beat of the party with your own Neuruppin anthem, sung by pop musician Ines Adler. For this, he wrote short-hand "Atemlos durch die Nacht" by Helene Fischer. The guests came in droves, as well as for the following "Russendisko", the columnist Wladimir Kaminer himself hung up. Lives in Berlin, but in Neuruppin is a weekend property. With him, the Russians are back, joked the Hangar chief Juhre in the run-up to the Party – especially as Kaminer is coming soon: On 10. March, he reads from his book "The crusaders".
Event Manager Juhre hopes that the rbb the Hangar as Venues for talk shows
The Event is discovered, the program is already quite dense. Already on 23. February at life in the twenties. In "miss Ruby's dance salon". In the style of "Babylon Berlin" will Shine the tons hall, then in a contemporary decoration. Juhres guest can put on make-up and dancing to Hits from the "Black Mountain Swing Band", or the "Electro Swing Crew". How this works, you will learn the Charleston taster on the spot. A promotional spot for the event running on Facebook. "The hardworking clicked, says Christian Juhre.
After almost two weeks break, the operator then opens the former fighter-bomber-Garage for women only. "On 8. In March, the international women's day, all female guests invited to the girls ' night out: talking, partying, drinking Cocktails. More Surprises? Juhre is brimming with ideas. Also as a Location for corporate events and conferences, he can imagine his Hangar.
What drives this man? Shrugging, he says: "it's inside me. I have fun when others have fun.“ He was watching, what is and what is not. His greatest wish: "it would be Great if the rbb would discover the airport Hangar as a Venue for talk shows." Such Shows he has cared for for years, technically.
But now the spotlight circles first again in the coming week the sky over the town of Neuruppin. As A Sign Of. Christian Juhre's at it again.
"Hangar 312" in Neuruppin, Hugo-Eckener-Ring, www.hangar-312.de, phone: 0173-9319692.
200. Birthday of Theodor Fontane, the Whole of Brandenburg font'dChristoph Stollowsky
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