“Café Müller” was the name of the café and confectionary on the corner of Pina Bausch’s childhood home in central Solingen. While her childhood home was torn down in 2008, the house on the corner - built in 1912 and typical for the region - survived over time. Today, the former café houses a pharmacy.
“Café Müller” is also the title of one of the most noted pieces of Pina Bausch. “Some of the things I experienced as a child found their way to the stage much later”, she once said. Pina Bausch’s traces are now visible on the spot: An information plaque has been installed at the house of the former "Café Müller” on the initiative of the Freundeskreis Pina Bausch Solingen.
With a small celebration, the plaque was revealed on March 21, 2015.