The eighth Long Night of World Religions uses the anniversary of the Reformation as inspiration to reflect on religion as an area of tension between orthodoxy and heresy, between believers and non-believers. When are impulses for reform justified, and when do they become heretical? And how do other religions perceive the Christian Reformation? Staged and negotiated all over Thalia, the night is about texts and attitudes, pamphlets and dialogue, words and music and men and women, who chime in and take positions. Back then as well as today.