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Body Awareness review: us under the microscope

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As you leave this thought-provoking play, there are many themes you can choose from to discuss over beer and wine at the bar.

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Leipzigers discover Gilbert and Sullivan

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Photo of Frederick Hobbs, James Hay and Bertha Lewis in The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan, 1919. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

The Pirates of Penzance, playing at the Musikalische Komödie of Leipzig, features superb singing and acting of a British comic opera classic in German.

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DOK Preview: 5 countries, 5 powerful women

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This is probably the closest we’ll ever get to these people’s daily lives.

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My Leipzig: Germany’s “best Indonesian restaurant?”

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Makanan Indonesian restaurant in Leipzig. (Photo: Ana Ribeiro)

It’s at Leipzig East, the carp is to die for, and it’s got vegan options and a very nice owner.

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“Swiss Army Man:” a little morbid magic

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Daniel Radcliffe and Paul Dano in "Swiss Army Man." Screenshot from YouTube trailer.

“It becomes a discussion between a suicidal man and a dead body as to whether life is worth living – but it’s super fun.” You can catch it in Leipzig cinemas this movie week, in the original, and we give you a glimpse.

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Cézanne and Zola: turbulent but lasting bond

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“The quiet Zola, son of a poor seamstress, and the explosive, rich Cézanne, will compete for the heart of the same woman, whom each will call by a different name.” Peek into their friendship in a movie playing in Leipzig.

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