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By Rod Schmid

Livekritik Shows Its Wide Repertoire: About Cultural Tourism and Digital Guest Books

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Dear Companists,

Spring is coming, and the world of culture is full of a sense of optimism. After the Twitter theater week in December, the #Museumsweek is currently taking place, and today, 27 March, is actually international theater day, with numerous special events taking place in many theaters. Thus, the world of culture is slowly but surely turning towards the new media. We are already waiting there...

 

Livekritik at the ITB

The international travel trade show ITB is the leading trade show in its domain. The subject of cultural tourism enjoys great popularity worldwide and on the ITB. Consequently, we attended the trade show as well, networked with many people, and had numerous conversations. The actual work, however, does not start until after the trade show, which is currently keeping us very busy. We are working on and looking forward to exciting cooperation agreements.


 

The Digital Guest Book

Livekritik provides several features and services to event organizers, for instance our Livekritik widget that many theaters can already use as a digital guest book. Apart from the Theater am Kurfürstendamm in Berlin and the Sprechwerk Hamburg, the Berliner Kriminaltheater is the latest theater to receive live criticism directly on its website. This is the perfect interface to integrate sophisticated opinions of theatergoers directly into the theater’s own website in order to help people decide.

 

 Screenshot of the Website of the Berliner Kriminaltheater with the Digital Guest Book by Livekritik

 

If you know other theaters whose guest book is past its peak, please let us know. The widget is free and can easily be integrated into any website – also if you just want to integrate your own reviews into your blog.

 

Stay Up-to-date

We are already planning some great events, but we do not want to give you any details until everything is in the bag. The fastest way to find out about this is our weekly culture newsletter to which you may subscribe here. In addition to event notifications, it contains weekly free ticket lotteries, new live criticisms, and cultural tips from all over Germany. We are glad about every subscriber and fan.

 

Have a wonderful start of April!

The team of livekritik.de



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