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The five parts of the new Berlin opera "Der Sieg über die Sonne", sprawled over five locations, takes inspiration from the 1913 Russian futurists. While it's also a battle of patience, it's still a spectacle to behold. Catch it through Oct 20. more

Theatre & Dance

Ambient, discordant music and the macabre source material from recently deceased author Iain Banks makes for a compelling piece of contemporary opera in Ben Frost's "The Wasp Factory". more

Theatre & Dance

On April 30, Adolf Hitler took cyanide with his wife Eva Braun and shot himself through the head in his Führerbunker in Berlin. Was this a suicide or an elaborate hoax? more

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Interview: Mathias Bröckers. In the wake of 9/11, Bröckers attracted public attention with his columns for the webzine Telepolis, which formed the basis for his 2002 bestseller. more

Features

Interview: Keith Hennessy. Hennessy muses about involving the audience instead of alienating them, the similarities between Justin Bieber and corn syrup and what ‘queer’ means today. more

Theatre & Dance

A wild ride through the streets of Madrid accompanied by two young children, a bottle of Glenfiddich and philosopher Peter Sloterdijk – Rodrigo García's play is fun and freaky. more

Theatre & Dance

Clad in latex body suits, dance stalwarts Two Fish take the stage with their latest show Halt mir meinen Platz frei bis ich anders da wieder bin. Then rock outfit Formelwesen's animated puppet steals the show. more

Theatre & Dance

Theatermär's charming adaptation of Jutta Bauer's classic children's tale The Queen of Colours won't have you seeing red or feeling blue. more

Theatre & Dance

English Theatre Berlin's production of An Experiment with an Air Pump tackles delicate issues of exploiting human life – and death – for scientific purposes, but the ideas outweigh the drama. more

Theatre & Dance

In Ferienlager – die 3. Generation, 10 Turkish teenagers (or should that be German teenagers of Turkish descent?) tackle complicated issues well, even if not quite well enough. more

Theatre & Dance

Masks, strange noises, dancers and crazed interior designers. An eclectic clique collaborate for Neurospasta, Dis-play's showcase of digital artists from the Canary Islands. more

Art & Exhibitions

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