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Curated Monthly: Top art picks in Leipzig this January

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Top art picks Jan 2020
Guerrila Girls, "Not Ready To Make Nice." Photo: Gene Pittman © Guerrilla Girls (guerrillagirls.com)

Check out our Leipzig art insider Clementine’s first roundup for the next year!

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ETL: Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind

in Leipzig/Theater/What's on
Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind
Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: up to 30 plays in 60 minutes, chosen by the audience. Photo: public domain

“English Theatre Leipzig (ETL) presents a new show, starting this week: Greg Allen’s Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind. I had a few questions for director Emily Wessel about this unusual production – ’30 plays in 60 minutes’ – and what makes it so different to other stage formats.”

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Christmas markets in Leipzig in 2019

in Fairs/Leipzig/Outdoors/What's on
Christmas markets
Leipziger Weihnachtsmarkt. Public domain photo

Can’t get enough of the joyful season we’ve just entered? Get ready to merrily go ’round Leipzig’s various Christmas markets with this handy list of offers and locations.

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Spreadshirt: global mind, local heart

in Business/Jobs/Leipzig/Leipzig tips
Spreadshirt employees
Employees in Spreadshirt's Leipzig office. Photo © Spreadshirt

Head of recruiting attributes job fair exhibitor Spreadshirt’s success especially to its diversity – 33 nationalities at its Leipzig headquarters, with English (rather than German) as the working language.

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3 highlights not to be missed at DOK Leipzig 2019

in Film festival/Leipzig/Movies
DOK Leipzig highlights
Scores of people crowded into Hbf Osthalle on 29 Oct 2019 to watch "Meeting Gorbachev," including the director Werner Herzog himself. (Photo: Justina Smile Photography)

Trouble choosing from the huge cinematic menu at DOK Leipzig, our city’s international documentary and animation film fest kicking off on Monday for the whole week? Our film writer gives you a tasty, bite-sized starter selection.

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Life back then: Former GDR residents tell their story

in History/Leipzig/Philosophies
Former GDR residents Michael and Anne Dietrich
Photo courtesy of Michael and Anne Dietrich

Michael and Anne Dietrich are father and daughter, both born during the GDR. On this German Unity Day, they share their story and view of the Peaceful Revolution with The Leipzig Glocal.

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