Irish night, movies, art: Here’s what’s happening this weekend
The weekend is just around the corner. Berliner Morgenpost gives three recommendations for the coming days in Tempelhof-Schoeneberg.
Berlin. The Schöneberg art exhibition brings the colors to life, the audience can learn more about the African-American women’s movement at the Xenon cinema, and an evening of good vibes awaits at ufaFabrik for St. Patrick’s Day. The Berliner Morgenpost has collected here what is worth in Tempelhof-Schöneberg this weekend.
Irish evening at ufaFabrik
On the occasion of St. Patrick’s Day, which is traditionally celebrated in Ireland on March 17, ufaFabrik in Tempelhof invited special guests to its theater hall. Group “Northern Court” perform with a special guest. “This year, visitors will be treated to a brilliant Irish evening with a perfect mix of cool songs and soulful ballads, provided with a hypnotic pulse, without losing the Irish soil under their feet,” announces the ufaFabrik team.
Aaron Shirlow (vocals, guitar) and Noel Minogue (accordion) from Midnight Court perform in concert on Saturday (March 18) at 8pm. They will be joined by Robbie Doyle (vocals, bodran, whistle), Gal Binyamin (fiddle) and Jimmy Dee (drums, percussion). The evening will be opened by Peter O’Callaghan (tenor banjo), Wolfgang Sengel (bouzouki) and Corey Sindern (fiddle, guitar, vocals).
“Midnight Court” at the Ufa factoryMarch 18, 8 p.m., admission €21, concessions €17, Viktoriastraße 10-18, 12105 Berlin-Tempelhof, phone 030 755 030
Contemporary art on Bülaustrasse
“Speaking… and Other Banana Skins” this is an exhibition for the brave. Brave to change your own perspective, so write the creators “City National Museum of Modern Urban Art” on Bülaustrasse in Schöneberg. By means of urban and modern art, the exhibition wants to become a catalyst and invite to a conversation about the most pressing issues of our time. The exhibit has been around since last June and is also open this weekend for free.
On view are paintings, installations, sculptures and video works by such artists as Rocco and his Brothers (Berlin), Icy and Sot (Tabriz/New York), Various and Gould (Berlin), Joséphine Sagna (Hamburg) and Low Bros (Hamburg). ). . The exhibition was curated by Michelle Huston.
Speaking… and Other Banana Skins is open until December 24, 2024, including Friday to Sunday, 12:00pm to 8:00pm. “City National Museum of Modern Urban Art”Bülowstrasse 7, 10783 Berlin-Schoeneberg, admission is free
Movie night at the Xenon cinema
As part of the “Women’s March” series of events, a movie night with a discussion will be held on Saturday. One is shown Documentary film above Audrey Lorde during her work in Berlin from 1984 to 1992. Audre Lorde’s writings and speeches inspired the American feminist, lesbian, and African-American women’s movements of the 1970s and 80s.
Film Dagmar Shultz which Cinema xenon shown in Schöneberg, follows Lord’s legacy. She encouraged other Afro-Germans to “make themselves visible in a culture where they were isolated and voiceless,” according to the film’s trailer. Dagmar Schultz will then be available to the audience for discussion.
Documentary Audre Lorde – The Berlin Years 1984 to 1992, March 18, 6 p.m., Xenon Cinema, Kolonnenstraße 5-6, 10827 Berlin-Schöneberg, free admission. All program for women’s march do you think…? here.
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