Henrike Iglesias Under Pressure
Under Pressure_c_Anna Fries_HP
September 10 11 12 13 | 20.00 Performance
Festsaal | 15/10 EURO

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hannsjana Anstattführung
September 11 | 17.00
September 12 13 | 15.00
Audio Walk
Stadtführung / Start im Hof - Ende U-Bhf. Gesundbrunnen | 15/10 EURO

In a performative audio walk, hannsjana explore the East-West dialogue in Berlin's urban space as a border-crossing pack of bears.

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matthaei & konsorten DIE SUMPFGEBORENE
September 15 16 17 18 19 20 Site-specific Performances
im Stadtraum | Free Entrance

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Rike Flämig / Anna Hentschel / Zwoisy Mears-Clarke POSTOST 2O9O
PostOst 2O2O_c_Miriam Meyer
September 24 25 26 | 20.00
September 26 | 16.00
Festsaal | 15/10 EURO

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Peggy Piesche Labor 89
September 29 | 19.00 reading + discussion
Hochzeitssaal + Online | 15/10 EURO

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No one’s coming, everyone’s going! On July 24, 2020, an enormous festival will take place in Berlin where a stunning number of independent artists and culture makers working in all disciplines will take part – by not showing up. During the coronavirus pandemic, many freelance artists and culture makers have been unable to earn money and pay their living costs. This is why we’re turning to you: Show your solidarity! Buy a ticket for Berlin’s (non) event of the year and don’t show up!

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          Queer Darlings 2 Nima Séne Beige B*tch

          Beige B_tch - Website Image © Daniel Hughes_HP
          © Daniel Hughes
          Beige B_tch - Performance Shot 1 © Daniel Hughes_HP
          © Daniel Hughes


          2020 March 24 25 | 20.30

          In English

          Take a seat in the live TV show, Beige Nation! As your provocative star and host*, the post-internet icon Beige B*tch scrolls through the saturated reality of her beige world and challenges the (sur-)real fantasy construct of “mixed race” women. In anecdotes, interviews and bespoke adverts, she poses pointed questions about white accountability, Black Culture and what it means to belong. Ranging from exuberant to vulnerable her razor-sharp social commentary questions what expectations black womxn and black performers have to meet in a structurally racist, capitalist society in order to be listened to and celebrated by the audiences.

          BY AND WITH Nima Séne FEAT. FRAN.K, James Primmer, Jee Chan, Daniel Hughes FILM Daniel Hughes COSTUMES Sabrina Henry DRAMATURGICAL ASSISTANCE Laura Fisher LIGHT DESIGN Jazz Hutsby SOUNDDESIGN Alicia Matthews

          A production of Nima Séne in co-production with Contact and the Diverse Actions initiative of Live Art UK. With support from Creative Scotland, Platform, The Work Room, Engine Room at National Theatre of Scotland, Tramway, Buzzcut and Take Me Somewhere. The poem "blackouts" by Nima Séne is inspired by the writings of Ama Josephine. Media partner: Siegessäule.