Continue at DAI – our autumn programme 3. August 2020 0 comments Back to overview From Tuesday, 01 September, our doors will be open again for you. Our programme is growing… and growing: Here you will find the events of the coming months. The program for September / October you can download here as PDF. The program for November / December you can also download here as PDF. Tickets for the autumn programme are available in advance – as usual online, at our premises or at all known advance booking offices. Due to the current hygiene regulations and distance regulations of the Corona Regulations, tickets for on-site events are currently only available in limited quantities. We strongly recommend that you make use of the advance sale, as availability of box office tickets cannot be guaranteed. The autumn events will take place on site at the DAI. We kindly ask you to enter the DAI only with mouth-and-nose protection, to wear it during the whole event and to keep sufficient distance. We will reliably ensure that all further rules are observed. Please visit us only if you feel healthy and do not show any symptoms of the Covid19 virus. Most of the events will be broadcasted online in parallel. Tickets for the online events will be available in advance shortly. The online events are free of charge for members of the DAI Freundeskreis: You will receive an access link by e-mail up to 6 hours before the event. If you are a member and have not yet registered your e-mail address, please send a short e-mail with your membership number to firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our mailing list. The public English language library and the Makerspace are open for you again. Unfortunately, the Discussion Groups in the DAI Library this autumn will only take place as part of the Discussion Groups Specials “America in the age of Trump”. For the Holiday Intensive Courses of the OWLS Language School during the autumn holidays you can already register your children now. We are already looking forward to seeing you again soon at the DAI!