Category Archives: Berlin
Quite possibly the craziest story about Weimar Germany you’ve never heard
In which we visit Rogomelec and Sealand, the castle of truth and a fern-loved gully
From clean-lined architects to Dirty Helen Cromwell the potty-mouthed barkeep – let us join hands and make contact with the fabulous.
Who needs this many books? You do. YOU need this many books.
Your essential Christmas book list – it’s naughty, it’s nice. Mostly naughty if we’re honest.
Johannes Baader and one of the very first art interventions, 100 years ago today in Berlin
Hidden cultural history, forgotten innovators and compellingly wayward souls – it’s SO Strange Flowers
A cemetery springs to life in honour of the doomed Berlin provocateuse
Walking in Berlin, Franz Hessel’s classic non-fiction account of the city in the Weimar era, finally available in English
Klaus Mann entertains gentlemen callers in a new Berlin exhibition which also addresses sister Erika
Harry Graf Kessler, “one of the most cosmopolitan men who ever lived” (with the world’s worst gaydar)
Weimar Berlin, the soft opening: the debut of Anita Berber and Valeska Gert, 100 years ago today