Leipzig city center. Photo: Stefan Hopf
Leipzig city center. Photo: Stefan Hopf

Leipzig Events: We show you the way to indulge, and what day to repent

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Girl praying. Photo from Pixabay.
Girl praying. Photo from Pixabay.

Editor’s note: Go on a fun spree all week long and then ask for forgiveness on the Day of Repentance and Prayer… here’s the path!

By Marjon Borsboom and Ana Ribeiro

14th November â–ş The Dub-Legend Mad Professor feat. Brother Culture

Varied, trippy: live showcase at KH87/Pferdehaus, of dub/dubstep/reggae/intergalactical sounds, with some London peeps.  Line up: Mad Professor (Ariwa Sounds / London, UK); MC Brother Culture (London, UK); Ulan Bator; Hakuna Sound; Vibes Ambassadors. Find out more

15th November ► Nachtflohmarkt at Kolrabizirkus – flea market at night

Every month, only during cold months. From 15:00 – 23:00 (ticket office closes at 22:00). More details

15th November ► Kanadatag/Kanadatreff at Penta Hotel – Canada-day

Multimedia presentations about Canada give you an overview of this beautiful country. You can also learn about holiday destinations and travelling there. More info

16th November ► WeberWorldCafé

“How much was today’s world order shaped by the Cold War era and its end? What role did new social, political, and ecological movements, as well as regional and international organisations play in this? How were literature, the visual and performing arts deployed as salient battlefields in the global Cold War? And which changes are difficult to explain from a European point of view or are not a direct outcome of the end of the conflict? Find out how these questions can possibly be answered at the fourth WeberWordCafĂ© “Globalisation during the Cold War: Culture, New Geopolitics and Che Guevara” taking place November from 4:30 to 8 pm at LiteraturcafĂ© im Haus des Buches Leipzig!” (from http://wwc.hypotheses.org)

17th November â–ş Celtic Angels – Traditional & modern Celtic music sung by Irish angels 

They tour through Germany and are only one day in Leipzig at Kongresshalle am Zoo. How do you catch them?

18th November â–şTouristik & Caravaning

Are you looking for inspiration for new holiday destinations? Want to buy or rent a caravan, tent or campervan? This is the annual trade fair you shouldn’t miss! It’s at Messe Leipzig: http://www.touristikundcaravaning.de/

18th November ► Day of Repentance and Prayer (Buß- und Bettag)  

This is a public holiday, only in Saxony. Schools, shops, etc. will be closed!

maeshelle’s tips:

Nikita Kadan, Everybody wants to live by the sea courtesy Galerie Transit Mechelen
Nikita Kadan, Everybody wants to live by the sea
courtesy Galerie Transit Mechelen

13 Nov â–ş POLITIK DER FORM @ Gfzk

Artists: Anatoliy Belov / Oksana Kazmina, Igor and Ivan Buharov, Danilo Correale, Yael Davids, Till Gathmann, Joana Hadjithomas / Khalil Joreige, Sara van der Heide, Heike Hennig, Anna Jermolaeva, Nikita Kadan, Zhanna Kadyrova, Taras Kamennoy, Franz Kapfer , Lada Nakonechna, Serhiy Popov, Johannes Porsch, Mykola Ridnyi, titre provisoire, Anna Zvyagintseva

To really understand its own form, art must allow physical access.
The exhibition traces the transitions between normality and a state of emergency, security and threat, sleep and restlessness, energy and exhaustion. As part of The School of Kyiv – Kyiv Biennale 2015 outlines the “Class Leipzig”, it focuses on expressions of a critical public the accompanying invitation to further discussion of the intertwining of politics and aesthetics. Naturally many of the works examine the recent military action in the Ukraine. It’s well worth seeing what people from that area are thinking.

 

A Global Studies doctoral degree holder and former newspaper reporter, avid eater, pseudo-philosopher and poet, occasion-propelled singer, semi-professional socializer, movie addict, Brazilian-American nomad. In this space, she will share some of her experiences and (mis)adventures regarding various topics, with special attention to social issues.

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