The South Korean author talks on Sep 14, 21:00, at Collegium Hungaricum Berlin. Her debut novel "The Incendiaries" was a must-read, now she's one of our lit fest must-hears. Read more

What's On

In December, Mimi – immigrant, activist, organiser and the glue who held the Ohlauer Straße refugee squatter community – passed away. We wrote about her a year earlier in our refugee issue. Here's our portrait of a remarkable woman. Read more

Interviews & Portraits

From homegrown cannabis on your balcony to heroin on the streets and cocaine in the clubs... drugs are pretty much everywhere in Berlin. Our Drugs Issue tackled them from every angle and now we're taking it live. Join us Wed, May 29 at Kaffee Burger. Read more

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After snap decisions in England and France, same-sex marriage is now a reality in those countries. So what about Germany? And what about adoption for same-sex couples? Join us for a lively discussion this Wednesday, March 27, 8pm at Kaffee Burger. Read more

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Our Wednesdays at Burger presents a panel discussion: Anke Domscheit-Berg, Jan Hemme and Robert Levine, join us to look back on what the Piratenpartei has achieved in the past year and where they plan to go next. Wed, Oct 27, 21:00 at Kaffee Burger. Read more

Concerts & Parties

An unmissable chance to catch the master in the flesh, in town this weekend to discuss several of his productions, including his troubled 1982 work Fitzcalrado. And there are plenty of English Herzog events for those daunted by Deutsch. Read more


Symposium Digital Backyards (Oct 18-20) file-shares a range of serious topics from hacking and online activism to European alternatives to Google and Facebook. Get off the internet and discuss! Read more

What's On

Join us on Wednesday, September 26 at Kaffee Burger for our Africa in Berlin panel... colonialism, identity, art and more are discussed with our four exciting expert guests. Stick around after for a concert by The Kalimba Orchestra. Read more


Readers be warned: the much decried BMW Guggenheim Lab has finally found a home in Berlin and is set to open its doors on June 15 in Pfefferberg. Read more


Our recommendations for Camp/ Anti-Camp, dazzling with a mix of substantial lectures and fanciful performances. The Queer Guide to Everyday Life hits HAU 2 on Thu, Apr 19. Read more

Theatre & Dance

Joan Rivers

Photo by David Shankbone (david_shankbone; Flickr CC)

Jacinta Nandi wants to get Botox and fake tits. Before you call her shallow, go and shag a granny, you fucking hypocrites. Read more

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