Find events happening in Berlin
Oct 22, 2016 6:00 PM
October 22 is the opening of the KINDL Centre for Contemporary Art, adding 1200sqm of art space to Berlin. The exbrewery’s first exhibitions: contemporary group show How Long Is Now? and a solo of Berlin-based painter Eberhard Havekost.
Art & Exhibitions
Oct 22, 2016 6:30 PM
Trio Mondrian juxtaposes Piano Trio Op. 87 by Johannes Brahms with Diverging Roads, a new piece by Gilad Hochman, as part of the ID Festival.
Concerts & Live Music
Oct 22, 2016 8:00 PM
With no reservations and no presale, get to Ausland early to avoid missing punk-provocateur Carla Bozulich performing solo. A globe-trotting performer, composer, and writer, critics have called her new album 'Boy' a work of genius.
This piece begins where most performances end – it’s an exploration of applause by the free-scene group Objective Spectacle. Oct 21-23, Ballhaus Ost.
Theater & Dance
Part of the Asia Film Berlin project, Magic Zipper tells the story of an unexpected online friendship that blooms between a 27-year-old Korean woman, Sue, and a 12-year-old Afro-German boy, Tim. With director Suna Lim and Korean finger food!
Get your post-punk grunge on with chainsmoking badass Alison Mosshart (also of The Dead Weather), touring latest album Ash & Ice.
Oct 22, 2016 10:30 PM
Not to be confused with Burlesque Week, the fest’s expanded programme brings together neo-burlesque and cirque with old-school glamorous disrobing. Oct 20-23, various venues.
Oct 23, 2016
The 10th edition of the international art film festival delves into essay cinema. This year features a great lineup with many directors present, like at striking opener Notes on Blindness. Through Oct 23.
Festivals & Fairs, Film
This year’s German-Israeli arts and culture festival bears the timely theme of “migration” and “refuge”, as explored through three days of performance. Through Oct 23.
Festivals & Fairs
Oct 23, 2016 1:00 AM
Oct 22, 2016
Oct 23, 2016 3:00 PM
Director Suna Gürler works with six young actresses exploring narratives placed on womanhood, and using texts from the likes of Lena Dunham and Laurie Penny, to examine a world where "danger" is ever present, no matter where one turns.
Oct 23, 2016 8:00 PM
Oct 24, 2016 8:00 PM
Max Rieger decided to go solo under the moniker of All diese Gewalt, boasting a dense and droning post-punk palette with brooding vocals. Catch him live on his first ever-tour with his debut Welt in Klammern (“World in Braces”).
Oct 25, 2016 8:00 PM
The indie-folker’s latest release My Woman is a peppier follow-up to 2014’s excellent country-tinged Burn Your Fire for No Witness. She’ll bring her more upbeat effort to Columbia Theater.
Anything could happen, a cold-blooded poisoning or a brutal massacre, but murder is certain. Through improvisation based on suggestions from the audience Emerentias Erben create surreal sketches, off-the-cuff games and Oscar-worthy monologues.
Comedy, Theater & Dance
Oct 26, 2016
Berlin’s raunchiest underground film festival returns to Germany’s oldest cinema for the 11th time. Bring your mom! (Seriously – it’s not all hardcore). Through Oct 30.
Oct 26, 2016 6:00 PM
Prof. Dr. Magdalena Waligórska-Huhle of Bremen University uses newly released statistics and oral sources to repaint the lives of queer people living in communist Belarus, where LGBTI people were considered mentally ill or locked up as criminals.
Oct 26, 2016 7:00 PM
Hyper-literate Norwegian musician Jenny Hval brings her mix of experimental pop, performance art and feminist body horror to Berghain Kantine.
Concerts & Live Music, Parties & Clubs
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