Red carpet and red bow

Gala Prominence and big appearances at “Künstler gegen Aids” “Artists against AIDS”: Already to the 11. Sometimes the red carpet was rolled out for a good cause at the Theater des Westens.         (*************) : 21                      Annika Schönstädt                                                         Berlin. In the breakfast television Jochen Schropp has just released. Thus, the moderator was able to go quite rested on Monday evening into the evening to moderate the “artists against Aids” gala in favor of the Berlin Aids-Hilfe in the Theater of the West. The 40 – year old should receive support from his colleague Verena Wriedt. “Despite education and improved medical options, the stigmatization of those affected in society is still great! We have to create awareness and change that! “Said the 44 – year-old on the occasion of her premiere as hostess at the charity event.     Already to 19. Sometimes the red carpet was rolled out for a good cause on Kantstraße. All the artists of the evening traditionally forgo their fees. With the contributions of the sponsors and the public, they contribute to the fact that those affected can be helped. Proceeds from this year’s charity gala will be used for matchmaking services and relief funds for people living with HIV and AIDS.     Andrej Hermlin provides musical accompaniment     The prominent guests, including the actresses Barbara Schöne, Angelika Milster and colleague Pierre Sanoussi-Bliss, the musicians Romano, Cindy Berger and Tim Fischer expected performances by bandleader Andrej Hermlin with his swing dance orchestra, soprano Simone Kermes and soul singer Jocelyn B. Smith. In addition, the ensemble of the musical “Mamma Mia”, which is currently guesting at the Theater des Westens, wanted to support the work of the Berlin Aids-Hilfe. DJ Ades Zabel and DJ PomoZ were booked for the music at the After-Show Party in the Hall of Mirrors.                           The patronage had, as in previous years, Berlin’s former mayor Klaus Wowereit and singer Judy Winter taken over. Both thanked the Berlin Aids aid in advance for the commitment in the capital.                          Dense network of auxiliary facilities     “Not every person in our city is lucky in life. It is therefore good and reassuring at the same time that there are people who bring light, warmth and orientation back into life, “said Wowereit and Winter. “But that’s not all. Even those who have been marginalized from the very middle of society – be it through the loss of their home, workplace or health – have another chance to gain a foothold with the advice and services offered by the counseling center believe it. This is what we stand for and the Berlin Aids-Hilfe. We can only do this with your support. ”     A message of greeting was also addressed to Berlin’s Governing Mayor Michael Müller to the guests. “Since 1985 the Berlin Aids-Hilfe has been committed to helping people with HIV and AIDS. Today it is not just one of the big and important self-help organizations in our city. Their impulses and their commitment have also contributed a lot to the fact that Berlin now has a dense network of facilities that offer those affected a variety of medical and psychosocial assistance, “said Müller in advance.     “In addition, the Berlin Aids-Hilfe is doing an important job in keeping the topic of HIV / AIDS in the public eye and resolutely counteracting the exclusion and discrimination of infected or ill people.”                           
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