Hard Hob Preview of first half of the show

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Hey everyone, Delighted to announce that we will be performing a special showcase on Friday November 29th here in Berlin!

For those who were there before, we are delighted to announce that we are back in the church in Rigaer Straße to perform the first 2 acts (1 hr) for the first time so its something not to be missed!

There will be a reception and the show itself will be performed at 9pm SHARP so please dont be late!!!!

After there will be DJ sets and tasty refreshments of the cold variety…As well as the usual fun we try to bring whenever we all get together ;)

This is open to anyone to attend so please tell your friends!!!

see you there :)

A Review of one of our earliest preview performances

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It’s a dark night in dilapidated Berlin. The looming clouds part to reveal a dim, dubious and spherical light source as City Redevelopment Robot Deco4, alone and confused in the post-apocalyptic landscape, spots the crumpled, destroyed remains of a kindred droid and begins a panicked dash across the city.

THE QUEST FOR A REAL HARD HOB is an audio-visual journey following the plight of Deco4 as he navigates the dangerous dystopia in his Ozian search for an element, or hob, robust enough to be his android heart. Providing the dramatic soundtrack is a live, four-piece band of accomplished musicians whose thunderous percussion and chest-trembling bass complete the experience, which had the crowd hypnotized from start to finish.

Beneath the backdrop of Galiläakirche Friedrichshain’s soaring spires and imposing pipe organ, the Hard Hob team last night delivered Act One of Four of the animated adventure, leaving everyone present desperate for more.

Aside from the music, one of the most captivating parts of the experience is seeing the artists’ rendering of some of Berlin’s best-loved buildings and monuments as crumbling ruins. The soldier’s bright image at Checkpoint Charlie is partially destroyed and barely recognisable, and the Sony Centre’s iconic glass ceiling is smashed, splintered and on the verge of risky collapse.

It’s exciting to see the destruction of these familiar landmarks, because it reminds us of how fragile these seemingly solid structures are. And if they can fall, so too can we.

As for our hero, Deco4, let’s hope there’s not long to wait before we find out if he, at least, can defy dystopia.


Big thanks to Natalie at The Horseshoe Nail for covering the gig.

Act 1 @ Galiläakirche – Friday 28th September, 9pm

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For any of you that missed out last time (or those of you that just fancy another look), we will perform the new, improved Act 1 again, as seen at Tempelhof a few weeks back.

We’re still at the rather fantastic Galiläakirche, and the show will start at 9pm sharp. Free entry, and probably some free whiskey in there somewhere too, so you can’t say we’re anything but lovely to you!!

Friday 28th September, 9pm
Galiläakirche, Rigaerstr. 9, 10247, Berlin

Jugend[widerstands] Museum

Hopefully see you there,
the HardHob team x


We did it! Thanks to everyone who funded.

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We did it! No, hang on… YOU did it! Thanks to the amazing generosity and good faith that everyone has shown, we’ve reached our fund:it target with 5 days to spare. To everyone that funded, shared a link, liked our page, attended the show, helped in any way possible… we are forever thankful! Heroes one and all : ) And we’ve got even bigger news to come very soon… Exciting times!!! Much love, thanks and respect from the whole Hob team xxx

The Quest For A Real Hard Hob Act 1 Showcase

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On Monday July 9th we will be performing a special showcase preview of Act 1 from the live show “The Quest for a Real Hard Hob” in the Wilderstandmuseum, a fantastic former church close to Besarinplatz in Friedrichshain. Doors open at 8.30 and the show will begin at 9.30 sharp.

We have been working on this for several months now and to even have things come this far is a big achievement for us, we are excited to finally show people what we have been working on, but there is plenty more to come! Your feedback will be most welcome.

We hope to see you there and feel free to bring any friends along also, there is no admission price :)