The Teasing Week

Planningtorock at MELT! Weekender

This week us a bit of a tease. Lady Lou’s School of Burlesque is teasing us with a peep show, JPeople is teasing us with a preview of their brand new issue and the MELT! Festival is teasing us with their MELT! Weekender at Astra. More events for your teasing pleasure after the jump.


Screening of Andy Warhol‘s comedy film Bad at the Kino Total at Bourouina Gallery, Charlottenstraße 1 in Kreuzberg starting at 19h.

Constanza Macras has directed another dance theatre piece with her ensemble DorkyPark. The piece Berlin Elsewhere is about the neurotic inhabitants of a big city. Its premiere was last month, but there are more shows this week on Wednesday and Thursdayat 20h at Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz, as well as next month from the 21-24th of June 2011.

Are you up for some Burlesque stage action? Then Pinky’s Peepshow with Lady Lou’s School of Burlesque live might be the right choice for your Wednesday evening program. The fun is taking place at Bassy, Schönhauser Allee 176a, starting at 21h.


Already anticipating this year’s MELT! Festival? Well, the MELT! Weekender will make the waiting a bit sweetery. Taking place at Astra, Revalerstr. 99 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday you will get to see DJ Shadow (Thursday), Animal Collective (Friday) and Digitalism (Saturday) live! Also in the mix: Gold Panda, Whomadewho, Jazzanova and Planningtorock.

Berlin Elsewhere at Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz, 20h. See Wednesday.


MELT! Weekender with Animal Collective, Planningtorock and Sizarr at Astra starting at 21h.


For fans of street art and graffiti from the Middle East there is a vernissage of Arabic Graffiti at Common Ground Gallery at Marienburgerstr. 16a.  It’s also the presentation of the book by the same title.

Berlin-based avant-garde urban lifestyle and fashion magazine JPeople is celebrating the launch of their brand new 14th issue at Kim Bar, Brunnenstr. 10, 22h.

Digitalism live, Whomadewho and a few more at the MELT! Weekender at Astra starting at 22h.

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