At a time of broadly conservative social values, Berlin in the “goldenen Zwanziger” was a unique island of free expression – The Berliner Luft was an intoxicating potion and the local heroes of the period were openly experimenting and playing with notions of gender, sexuality, art, performance, narcotics and whatever else they felt like taking on.
The creative shockwaves from the Weimar era still resonate loudly today in the streets, bars, clubs, theatres and galleries of this mad city. We are all indebted to these pioneers and on this night we shall celebrate their memory with wild abandon as we also celebrate the birthday of The House of Red Doors!
✵ DRESS CODE ✵
Please note basic suits and 1920s flapper outfits will not cut it, you have to make a HUGE effort. As this is an ‘easier’ theme, doesn’t mean we won’t be looking for absolute creativity in your outfits. Put a twist on it! Please note – presale tickets do not guarantee entry.
Indulge. Express. Enjoy. Respect
Street clothes will NOT be permitted
✵ THE HOUSE RULES ✵
No means no. Never take what doesn’t want to be taken and don’t give that’s not wanted. Respect. Respect. Respect.
Anyone who is found to be disobeying these rules, you will be leaving immediately.
We will have our care team walking round the House at all times, watching over you. And any member of staff (incl bar staff) can be spoken to at any time, they are connected via walkie talkie to security and the door.
Take care of one and other and always reach if needed.
*Please note RA tickets does not guarantee entry. You have to comply to The House and Renate’s rules and door policy.