Tom Osmond

INTERVIEW. Naked people, defecating pasta and explorations of Mediterranean identities: The work of Sasha Waltz proteges, Nicola Mascia and Matan Zamir, To this purpose only is on May 23 and 24 at Radialsystem V. Read more

Theatre & Dance

Stefan Pucher's take on a Shakespeare classic makes the already surreal Twelfth Night even more absurd, with a modern vibe featuring video projections and strange machinery. See it this Sun, Apr 26 at the Deutsches Theater. Read more

Theatre & Dance

INTERVIEW. Political theatre trio Die Rixdorfer Perlen send up gentrification and pay homage to the Eckkneipe with "Zum Feuchten Eck an der Sonnenallee". The comedy plays at Heimathafen Neukölln on Feb 13,14 and 28 as well as Mar 1 . Read more

Theatre & Dance

Billed as a "gentrification farce," "Zum Feuchten Eck an der Sonnenallee" combines hilarious musical theatre with thought-provoking political discussion. On at Heimathafen Neukölln Feb 13-14, 28, and Mar 1. Read more

Theatre & Dance

After winning the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for drama and creating a huge hype on Broadway and Hollywood, Tracy Letts’ tragic comedy August: Osage County now hits the German stage for the first time as "Eine Familie". See it at Theater am Kurfürstendamm. Read more

Theatre & Dance

Exploring the relationship between physical locations and the art of memory, Constanza Macras and Dorky Park’s bizarre dance spectacle The Past proves to be both thought-provoking and absurdly entertaining. It's on at the Schaubühne Jan 29-30. Read more

Theatre & Dance

Christmas is just around the corner! Show some hometown pride this season and give your loved ones something that just screams Berlin, from Aldi action figures to club stench in a bauble to a GDR boardgame for some family fun. Read more

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Although it's been 25 years since the capitalist system reigned victorious, there are still a few folks out there who long for the bygone era of the socialist state. Here's a rundown of where you can exercise your selective memory. Read more

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Blurring the boundary between theatre and autobiographical performance, Yael Ronen takes us on a journey with the displaced youth of the Yugoslav Wars as they address their past and present lives in Common Ground. Read more

Theatre & Dance

Whether you're a responsible parent or a techno-freak, the nooks and crannies of the city have plenty of party lurking in them, from fancy-dress cult film screenings to Halloween house nights and a haunted museum. And, of course, Berghain. Read more

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