Oktoberfest!

Oktoberfest in Munich

When you hear the word “Oktoberfest”, it’s almost certain that one
thing comes to mind… Bavarian Beer! The truth is, there is much more
behind-the-scenes information that lurks beneath the countless years of
this world-renowned Bavarian tradition. The next Oktoberfest takes place from September 22nd until October 7th 2007 – Don’t miss it!

muenchen.de – Oktoberfest

Blogged with Flock

Advertisements

…a few cultural events

From Christine:

Monday, Oct. 8th in Dresden
(for those interested in ballett (such as me) the Semper Opera offers Ballets Russes – famous ballet after Diaghelev – see link
http://www.semperoper.de/en/oper/programme/cal/list/20071001.html
It starts at 7 pm., but seats are quite expensive : nice seats would be 5 Euro.

On Thursday,  oct. 4th Berliner Ensemble (former Brecht Theatre “Am Schiffbauerdamm”) plays Milva canta (sings) Brecht – starts at 8 p.m. (Milva is quite a famous chanson singer) tickets 5 to 30 Euro

On Friday, oct. 5th Berliner Ensemble (former Brecht Theatre “Am Schiffbauerdamm”) plays: Trommeln in der Nacht – (Bertold Brecht) – tickets from 5 to 30 Euro.

Both events are in German…. here is the link : http://berliner-ensemble.com/index_spielplan2.htm

Berlin Antique Market

The famous Berlin Antique Market awaits you at Bahnhof Friedrichstraße. Over 40 dealers present antiques, rarities and many curios from times gone by in 13 converted municipal railway arches every day (except Tuesdays) from 11 am until 6 pm. Here you are guarenteed to find just the right souvenir or the collector’s piece you have been looking for. And we will then spoil you in “Zur Nolle” restaurant, in “Café Odeon” or in “Café & Restaurant Leon” with select dishes and fine cake creations. So don’t delay!

http://www.berliner-antikmarkt.de/Restaurant_Nolle/