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Library, U20

Drama Group – The Wild Things

Fri, 3rd February 2023
4:00 pm

As of January the DAI Library will set up a Drama Group for children aged 8 to 14. We are … →

Cultural events

Karsten Voigt

Fri, 3rd February 2023
8:00 pm

Is the SPD biased? The media create a contradictory impression. We are given an image of a hesitant Chancellor Scholz … →

Cultural events

Musical Sunday

Sun, 5th February 2023
11:00 am

No, there will be no unrest and fistfights as there once were at the premiere. But Arnold Schoenberg’s Verklärte Nacht … →
is postponed

Cultural events

Armin Thurnher

Sun, 5th February 2023
5:00 pm

Much of what was once taken for granted as part of democracy seems to have been abolished. We no longer … →

Library

Discussion Group – “US People, Politics, Presidency”

Mon, 6th February 2023
6:00 pm

The current update on what moves people in the US. Growing splits in society, heated discussions on race and inequality, … →

Library, U20

Story Time for Kids – Vast and Tiny – Ocean Stories

Wed, 8th February 2023
4:00 pm

Story Time is for children aged 3 years old and up. Your child will also have fun in this group … →

Cultural events

Martin Korte

Wed, 8th February 2023
8:00 pm

Exhaustion, brain fog, concentration problems: About ten percent of all corona patients complain of these and similar long-term consequences for … →

Cultural events

Susanne Schröter

Thu, 9th February 2023
8:00 pm

Rarely has the West seemed so united as at the beginning of the Ukraine war. The values of freedom and … →

Library, U20

Drama Group – The Wild Things

Fri, 10th February 2023
4:00 pm

As of January the DAI Library will set up a Drama Group for children aged 8 to 14. We are … →

Library, U20

Book Club – Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie

Fri, 10th February 2023
6:30 pm

Lively discussions on a book, accompanied by any snacks participants bring along – and more and more often the author … →

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Timely events

Library, U20

Drama Group – The Wild Things

Admission is free.

Fri, 3rd February 2023
4:00 pm

As of January the DAI Library will set up a Drama Group for children aged 8 to 14. We are … →

Cultural events

Karsten Voigt

Fri, 3rd February 2023
8:00 pm

Is the SPD biased? The media create a contradictory impression. We are given an image of a hesitant Chancellor Scholz … →

Cultural events

Musical Sunday

Sun, 5th February 2023
11:00 am

No, there will be no unrest and fistfights as there once were at the premiere. But Arnold Schoenberg’s Verklärte Nacht … →
is postponed

Cultural events

Armin Thurnher

Sun, 5th February 2023
5:00 pm

Much of what was once taken for granted as part of democracy seems to have been abolished. We no longer … →

Library

Discussion Group – “US People, Politics, Presidency”

Admission is free.

Mon, 6th February 2023
6:00 pm

The current update on what moves people in the US. Growing splits in society, heated discussions on race and inequality, … →

Library, U20

Story Time for Kids – Vast and Tiny – Ocean Stories

Admission is free.

Wed, 8th February 2023
4:00 pm

Story Time is for children aged 3 years old and up. Your child will also have fun in this group … →

Cultural events

Martin Korte

Wed, 8th February 2023
8:00 pm

Exhaustion, brain fog, concentration problems: About ten percent of all corona patients complain of these and similar long-term consequences for … →

Cultural events

Susanne Schröter

Thu, 9th February 2023
8:00 pm

Rarely has the West seemed so united as at the beginning of the Ukraine war. The values of freedom and … →

Library, U20

Drama Group – The Wild Things

Admission is free.

Fri, 10th February 2023
4:00 pm

As of January the DAI Library will set up a Drama Group for children aged 8 to 14. We are … →

Library, U20

Book Club – Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie

Admission is free.

Fri, 10th February 2023
6:30 pm

Lively discussions on a book, accompanied by any snacks participants bring along – and more and more often the author … →

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