Zola Jesus

Während in letzter Zeit unser Montagsguide ja stark von Kunstevents geprägt war, wird er diese Woche mal ordentlich von einer Reihe von anderen Veranstaltungen aufgemischt, darunter Konzerte, Filme, Parties und erstmalig auch ein ganz besonderer Sportevent. Mehr dazu nach dem Klick.

Tuesday, Sept. 27

Stoffwechsel is a Turkish-German fashion performance taking place at Berlinische Galerie, Alte Jakobstr.124-128, at 20h with designers and labels such as Ayzit Bostan, Issever Bahri and many more.

Wednesday, Sept. 28

The gay boys of Shade Inc. will celebrate at NBI, Schönhauser Allee 36, for the last time. The party is moving on to a new venue (finally!) – but for its last time in Prenzlauer Berg they invited a very special guest: Black Cracker (live) and many of their resident DJs will play as well. Starts at midnight.

Thursday, Sept. 29

Henrik Vibskov is celebrating the opening of his new temporary boutique The Eat – 100 Days Berlin at Rochstr. 3, starting at 18h.

Movie night at Sing Blackbird, Sanderstr. 11, with shocking movie Kids (1995). Starts at 20h.

A new Thursday’s party night at a brand new club in Kreuzberg: La Nuit at Prince Charles, Prinzenstr. 85E, starting at 20h with DJs Emile Doesn’t Drive and Nomad.

Electro pop wonder child Zola Jesus is playing live at Berghain, Am Wriezener Bahnhof, starting at 20h. Check out the teaser for her new album to get an impression.

Friday, Sept. 30

Australian street artist Adnate is opening his first solo exhibition at Box32 Gallery on Boxhagener Str. 33 starting at 19h. His art is absolutely stunning, a totally different kind of streetart compared to what we see here all over the city.

Rise Berlin Gallery at Hertzbergstr. 27 is opening the new exhibition Love Me Tender with sculptures, prints and textiles by artist Guillaume Airiaud starting at 18h.

An Ancient Future Electronic Glitter Robotic Disco awaits you at the brand new queer Spandex party kicking off at Tacheles, Oranienburger Str. 54-56, starting at 23h. Fun!

Saturday, Oct. 1

T-Shirt brand Snatch (by Viva TV host Jan Köppen) is hosting the Flummi Open 2011 – the first world championship for playing Flummi (bouncy rubber balls) – taking place at Stattbad Wedding, Gerichtstr. 65, this Saturday starting at 14h. There will be 3 disciplines in which teams will compete with each other. Find out how to take part at the Flummi Open here.

Sunday, Oct. 2

CDR is the platform for the airing of new ideas, works in progress, unreleased songs, remixes and edits in a sound-system oriented environment. The event takes place again on Sunday at Chez Jackie, An der Schillingbrücke, starting at 19h. Music workshop with Theo Parrish and Gerd Janson at 20h and party afterwards. You can submit your own music to be played at the party.

Read this article in English.

on September 27th, 2011
updated on September 29th, 2011
in Kunst, Mode, Musik, Party