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issue 178

INTERVIEW! Getting ready for her Berlin concert this month, Moyet talks about how her rough upbringing and dyslexia influence her music. Catch her on Jan 21 at Huxley's Neue Welt. Read more

Concerts & Parties

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Film

Six women share their take on Luxemburg and why they think the revolutionary icon is still relevant to their lives and fights of today. Read more

Interviews & Portraits

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Film

Take a biographical tour of Rosa’s two decades in the Hauptstadt, from her first home to her final resting place. Read more

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British Shorts surveys the sorry state of the nation. Read more

Film

The Akademie der Künste kicks off the jubilee celebrations to mark 100 years since the iconic design school was founded with a festival spanning dance, theatre, puppets and more. Read more

Theatre & Dance

From the big Bauhaus anniversary to local newcomers, this year promises plenty of exciting art exhibitions to look forward to. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

During her Berlin years, Luxemburg developed a passion for collecting plants. She meticulously catalogued her finds in 18 notebooks in the last six years of her life – up until the October Revolution put an abrupt end to her unexpected hobby. Read more

Interviews & Portraits

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Film

INTERVIEW! Claessens, the star of Ersan Mondtag’s Salome at the Gorki Theater, on being misunderstood. Catch it this month on Jan 13. Read more

Theatre & Dance

Barbara Sukowa’s Luxemburg in Margarethe von Trotta’s biopic has become as iconic as the revolutionary herself. Why didn’t the GDR make its own film about the Red Rosa? On Jan 7, Arsenal screens the GDR's few cinematic portrayals of her. Read more

, Culture

If, on any given Wednesday, Saturday or Sunday, you feel the urge to do some good, head to the Wedding headquarters of Berliner Obdachlosenhilfe and help prepare and distribute food to the homeless. Read more

Insider Tips

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Unknown Pleasures rolls on, Rosa Luxemburg's GDR portrayal and more are on in Berlin cinemas this week... Read more

Film

Is Thomas Ostermeier's newest a smash? Read our review and then decide whether to check it out Jan 4-8 at the Schaubühne. Read more

Theatre & Dance

Written by Tracy Letts (Killer Joe; August: Osage County) and directed by the Ensemble’s artistic director, Oliver Reese, "Wheeler" can be caught at the Berliner Ensemble Jan 3, 4, 30 and 31. Read more

Theatre & Dance

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