Mark your calendars, kids, on January 24th 2013 Berlin will get a new playground for experimental and excentric ideas and events. The Aktionsforum Shift will officially open its doors at the Kraftwerk Mitte, the same building that is also home to the Tresor Club and the big event space where the Show And Order fashion trade show takes place during Berlin Fashion Week. Shift will not just be another random club, it will be a space for performances and theatre, music, exhibitions, workshops, film screenings and much more. The preview event of the space during NYE already presented a very eclectic event with a live performance by Aerea Negrot (former vocalist of Hercules & Love Affair) and an experimental video installation which you can see part of after the jump. Stay tuned to our event guide for everything going on at Shift!
I never watch television apart from Sunday nights. It’s very difficult to lure me away from the screen then, because at 11 p.m. ttt is on which is hosted by Dieter Moor and I must admit I am almost a little bit in love with him. Thus he always tells me Good Night at the end of the week and I can doze off in peace.
When I read that Dieter Moor was hosting the Award Ceremony of the Echo Jazz 2012 I accepted the invitation immediately…
Alice in Wonderland is the perfect theme for an Easter party. I think no theme can take the rabbit more out of the cage and still be sexy and fun at the same time as the one the guys from Mindpirates choose. We had a great night in their Easter Catacombe. But we would have preferred a more eletronic music line up. I remembered the party two years ago and I think that it was way more fun dancing. Still enjoy the pictures of this incredible masquerade and beautitful bunnies we found there, right after the jump.
Why do a festival during summer when you could as well do an indoor festival featuring high class acts such as Maxïmo Park, M83, Peter Licht, Thees Uhlmann Akustik Set, Mouse On Mars, Simian Mobile Disco, Mike Skinner (The Streets) DJ-Set, Little Boots, Matias Aguayo, Porcelain Raft and and and?
Berlin has always a surprise ready for my weekend. That`s why I want to recommend you very spontaneously a party/fun thing. The new artistic collective Die Lasertitten are throwing a party tonight. I can`t really say what it is all about, because all the texts on the website are in Spanish. But I think it could be fun. At least their laser tit-gifs are. Enjoy them after the jump.
Das Hotel is a small charming bar and club in Kreuzberg close to Paul-Linke-Ufer. I particularily like this place for its rustic charme, the nice non-pretentious mixed crowd that comes here and the big bouquets of lilies normally spread out all over the place. Wednesday to Saturday they open their basement club that offers a mixed program of live music and parties. Dispite its name Das Hotel is not a hotel, however they do rent out charming private flats and rooms. More infos and pictures after the jump.
There it is: The last Partyguide of 2011. What first seems scary could be leading the way through a jungle of bad parties. We filter the good ones for you a´la what’s in is in. Or is not yet. Or will never be, who are we to tell you what’s in? Details on New Year Eve parties after the jump:
It’s not easy keeping track of Berlin’s party and club scene these days. One has just opened, the week later it closes, wtf? But this is what we are here for, knights of the light. Where and when as usual after the jump:
The Last Days of Puff Daddy party last Saturday has been a late summer fun with unbelievably sweet girls wildly dancing on Backyard‘s toilet and steamy making outs on the dancefloor. Jumping djs, breakdancing people and more to be seen on the pics after the jump:
The pope is coming. Beware if you’re a fag, a user of preservatives or even an atheist. Child molester might be okay though..(oops). The party dinner is served ladies and gents, with a sip of Lido, a piece of Loftus Hall, a twist of Backyard, a gulp of The Sameheads, a mouthful of Kater Holzig and much more to get one’s just desert! Read it after the jump: