Since 2015, 2 million refugees came to Germany. In total, more than 10 million men and women, boys and girls where searching for a new home in a European country. Most of them were fleeing war, terror, death, and destroyed countries – and in Germany? On the one hand, people all over the country offered warm welcomes. Colourful images of a tolerant and helpful society were broadcasted by the media and even our chancellor said the iconic words „Wir schaffen das“. On the other hand, the far right populists entered the national parliament for the first time in post-war Germany. Refugee camps were attacked and at far right demonstrations, men with shaved hair raised their hand to hail Hitler – also broadcasted by the media. What effect does this have on the people who came to Germany, to Europe? Our show „Home“ gives refugees the stage to tell their stories – what they miss, what they love, how it feels to leave everything behind, and what home is for them. We will combine the true stories with improvised scenes to maybe find some answers. At least we will ask questions…