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What's On This Weekend In Berlin | March 11-13
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What's On This Weekend In Berlin | March 11-13

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Updated: 17 March 2016
There can be no doubt about it – spring is on the way. As finally the evenings start to draw out and Berliners get their much needed top up of vitamin D, there’s plenty to look forward to for the weekend. It is perhaps still not advisable to stay out too long, but for those looking to get out of the house this weekend, there’s food, drinks, music, theater and comedy abounds.


THEATER | House of Hope

DISCOUNTERTHEATER display their rebellious tendencies with a multi-media performance that examines urban living and human nature.

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ART | Surreal

The real and unreal blend together seamlessly and jarringly at the König Galerie this weekend.

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ART | Maya Bloch’s Life Goes On Without Me

Painter Maya Bloch explores the connection between her physical self and our shared temporal experiences in her first solo exhibition in Mitte.

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Image provided courtesy of Galerie Guido W. Baudach

THEATER | IMPROV 2016: Borders. Limits. Liberty.

The 15th annual IMPROV festival tackles some pressing issues. This year, performers from around the world ask what it means to live with those from other cultures.

Image courtesy of IMPROV 2016 | ©Matthias Fluhrer

PARTY | Horse Meat Disco

All good things must come to an end, even the Horse Meat Disco. The party is over after a flawless three year run this Saturday at Prince Charles.

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FOOD | The Winery’s Tiramisu Competition

Friedrichshain’s finest professional pastry chefs and ambitious amateurs battle it out for the title of the city’s best tiramisu.

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COMEDY | Tartort auf Englisch

That bastion of unknowable German culture gets the improv treatment with live English language dubbing in Neukölln.

Image courtesy of Kalle Kuikkaniemi
Image courtesy of Comedy Cafe | ©Kalle Kuikkaniemi

ART | Günter Brus Photography Exhibition

One of Berlin’s lost sons enjoys a retrospective on his work to date at the Martin-Groupis-Bau with a look at his earliest works and newer images.

© Sammlung Essl; Foto: Archiv des Künstlers
© Sammlung Essl; Foto: Archiv des Künstlers