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What's On This Weekend In Berlin | 26-28 February 2016
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What's On This Weekend In Berlin | 26-28 February 2016

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Updated: 10 March 2016
With Berlin finally starting to enjoy temperatures above freezing for several days in a row, this weekend looks set to be the busiest of the year so far. This weekend we have a round up of theatre, dance, food and party nights to keep even the most social of butterflies entertained.

FRIDAY


PARTY   |  WHAT X Baambi Lounge

For party lovers that know that Berlin’s sound is digital, WHAT and company‘s return to the Baambi Lounge is set to be another excellent night of revelry in the Hauptstadt.

Baambi Lounge Courtesy of Alexander Gallus

Baambi Lounge Courtesy of Alexander Gallus


PERFORMANCE   |  o.T (The Emotionality Of The Jaw)

A chance to revisit one of the HAU’s most successful performances from last year. Artist Ian Kaler returns with a packed schedule of his untitled performance.

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SATURDAY


THEATER   |  Othello

The Gorki theater presents a modern take on the Bard’s classic play. Dealing with classic themes of political intrigue, murder and racism, the play runs for three performances this weekend.

Othello at the Gorki Theater Image Courtesy of Esra Rotthoff

Othello at the Gorki Theater Image Courtesy of Esra Rotthoff

 

FOOD   |  Japanese Tea Ceremony

One of Japan’s most famous cultural experiences comes to Berlin on Saturday; learn the rituals around the Japanese tea ceremony in Kreuzberg.

PARTY   |  I Love Engtanz

The return of the monthly I Love Engtanz party to Mitte is a welcome change for Mitte’s well-to-do types. Expect big tunes, dance, and drinks.

I Love Engtanz Courtesy of Picknick Berlin

I Love Engtanz Courtesy of Picknick Berlin

 


SUNDAY


FOOD   |  Käsetage Berlin

As if there’s not enough to set Berliner’s hearts aflutter this weekend there’s a two day cheese festival going on too. Yes, there’s a two day cheese festival! 

Image courtesy of Eat! Berlin

Image courtesy of Eat! Berlin

ART   |   Black hole + Sophiensaale

A packed program of art with music, performance, interpretive dance all in one as the Sophiensaale’s team examines grief.

FOOD   |   Tulus

For those that have missed their recent opening, we recommend to all that enjoy their food solid French as trip out to Tulus for an experience that couldn’t be further from Currywurst.

Courtesy of Tulus

Courtesy of Tulus