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issue 175

While the market for female-targeted sex toys is mind-bogglingly vast, when it comes to pleasuring the male organ, there isn't much. Enter Berlin-designed and produced The Ussy. more

Insider Tips

Dan takes a U-Bahn ride to Berlin’s landmark stations. more

History 1 Comments

INTERVIEW! Alexander Karschnia on newest piece Invisible Republic and how women are shaping the way forward. Catch it at HAU 2 October 12-15. more

Theatre & Dance

Radialsystem hosts the Israeli-German festival (Oct 12-18 at Radialsystem V and English Theatre Berlin) more

Theatre & Dance

Who deserves to be part of the cultural pantheon, the ultimate hall of fame? This month Berlin gets to experience five female musicians well on their way to making history. more

Concerts & Parties

One World Berlin offers a diverse slate of activist docs. It's on October 17-20 at Lichtblick Kino and Aquarium at Südblock. more

Film

It would be easier to say nice things about René Pollesch and Cry Baby, his first work at the DT since the dissolution of the Castorf clan at the Volksbühne, if German critics didn’t always sound like they had written their reviews in orgasm... more

Theatre & Dance

How can we talk about sex nowadays? The five actors in Yael Ronen’s brave production dive deep into psychological recesses to speak about gross and hilarious childhood sexuality, clumsy first times and visceral scenes of abuse. more

Theatre & Dance

The bass player of Berlin indie pop outfit Britta on their spontaneous 20th-anniversary tour. Britta hits Festsaal Kreuzberg on Oct 11. more

Concerts & Parties

With London 1938 the Liebermann-Villa is marking the 80th anniversary of the London response to Nazi Germany’s infamous Degenerate Art exhibition in 1937. Curator Lucy Wasensteiner speaks about its relevance today. more

Art & Exhibitions

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Film

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Film

On the Berlin stage’s fixation with commemorating 20th-century violence... it all begins this month with Maxim Gorki's festival "War or Peace – Crossroads of History" (Oct 3-27) more

Theatre & Dance

INTERVIEW! Sebastian Koch on his role in Never Look Away, a decade-spanning epic that's Germany’s latest hope for Oscar glory. more

Film

DokuArts considers artistic creation in all its forms Oct 4-21 at Zeughauskino. more

Film

What to expect of the upcoming photostream, with institutions across the city taking different angles on the medium. more

Art & Exhibitions

Alarmed by the steady AfD presence in his neighbourhood, Konstantin Gropper poured his angst into a dark new album. We caught the indie chameleon ahead of his upcoming Volksbühne gigs (Oct 1-3). more

Concerts & Parties

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