Germany might be known for a lot of things but certainly not for its stand-up comedy. In this regard Moritz Neumeier is a refreshing and vitalising change. He’s smart, he’s witty, he’s politically relevant, simply, comedy at its finest. Check out his show Moritz Neumeier: Hurra. at Mehringhof-Theater on Tuesday (Wednesday and Thursday as well) at 8:00 pm. It’s worth it!
This show is in German and you’ll get tickets for 10-17 € at the door.
Psst, wanna hear something cool? Ella Clayton plays the Friday Night Live at the R/D this Friday. She’s a great singer songwriter from London, who resides in Berlin at the moment to record her debut EP and has already built a solid fan base in the city. It’s definitely worth a listen 😉
If you haven’t heard of Laura Guidi yet you haven’t experienced one of the most exciting musicians Berlin has to offer. She’s a talented songwriter, a great showman and a unique voice. Her songs of love and life and death will grab you by the heart and draw you in. Although she plays with her band quite frequently nowadays, this gig is something special and intimate, just her and her guitar. Don’t miss Live Music / Laura Guidi / voice & guitar.
Lucas Laufen, one of the best Berlin based singer-songwriters plays the Tik Nord in Friedrichshain on Thursday, 12.04. If you’re into shimmering guitars and falsetto melodies, then he’s your guy. Don’t miss out on Lucas Laufen at ThursdaySounds, it’s going to be a blast.
Jam is fun! Especially this on: the Jam Session Moabit at the Petersburger Art Space Berlin. There is going to be rock and funk and jazz and no matter if you want to play or just relax and chill you’ll be welcome. Everything hits off at about 19:00. It’s on a 1€ donation basis. See you there!
Cinema is fun, especially when the movie is a gem like this one. Join Jan “Monchi” Gorkow, lead singer of Feine Sahne Fischfilet, at the moment one of Germany’s most influential punk bands, making his way through Germany’s north-east, it’s where he’s from, it’s where he celebrates his biggest successes and worst setbacks. “Wildes Herz” is definitely worth a peak. The Berlin premier will be at the Filmtheater am Friedrichshain.
If you’re a musician or just someone who like to learn more about music and THE MEDIA go to Aufsturz in Mitte on Wednesday for the Stammtisch Musik/Medien von Susi und Maxi. It’s a great way to network or to just have a great time with some amazing people.