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One of the premier cabaret theaters in Basel, Theater Fauteuil has been entertaining its patrons since 1957. The theater has managed to retain its old-world charm over the years, but has improved the sound and lighting technology that enhance every show hosted here. Though a small theater, the venue packs in a variety of events like concerts, plays and cultural events apart from their main forte, cabaret. There's also bar for those who wish to grab a drink or meal before the show.
Tabourettli at Theater Fauteuil is one of the best cabaret theaters in the city. This beautiful cabaret theater features a piano, a fully-stocked bar, and a small stage. The seating arrangement here is flexible and the capacity can be adjusted so as to accommodate a varying number of audiences depending on the popularity of the show. You can sip your favorite drink and munch scrumptious snacks before, or during the interval of the show. The wide range of entertaining performances hosted at Tabouretti has made this one of the best entertainment venues in the city.
Stampa gallery was established in the year 1969 by art lovers Gilli and Diego Stamp. The gallery focuses on Swiss contemporary art and has featured some of the brilliant artworks of Gerda Steiner, Marcel Odenbach and Zilla Leutenegger to name a few. It has its own book shop, where you can engross yourself in books on design, fashion, photography and architecture.
This multipurpose event venue is home to some of the most happening events and concerts in town. Equipped with a restaurant, gift shop and all the modern amenities and facilities, it is perfect to make your visit here a memorable one. Spectacularly facing the Basel waterside, the beauty of this venue is enhanced too.
One of the main works of the Renaissance in Switzerland is located on the Heuberg. Originally five individual buildings belonged to the Collegiate Church of St. Leonhard. One of these was named 'Zum Spiess' and gave the ensemble its name. In 1388 Hermann of Leymen, a citizen of Basel, purchased a large section of it and joined them together into a single building. There is a Renaissance wing as well as a Baroque wing, added in 1724. The famous Swiss master builder Daniel Heintz was involved in much of the remodelling.