Author Archives: Brendan

Kakadu Bar and Barbarina Cabaret

Kakadu Bar & Barbarina-Cabaret 1920-1936 On completion in the late 1800s, the area around Joachimstaler Platz on the corner of the Ku’damm resembled an open-air arena with tiered bleacher-style seating for 10,000 spectators. In July 1890 it played host to … Continue reading

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Briefs – Excentric Body-Circus at The Tipi

  If Chancellor Merkel was working late in her office on Thursday night, then she may have wondered about the noise coming from the Tipi am Kanzleramt, but a packed house had just seen a spectacular show from Australian burlesque … Continue reading

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Early-Bird discount for Cabaret, 2015 season

  (photo – Jan Wirdeier) This spectacular production of Cabaret returns to the Tipi am Kanzleramt this summer and you can get 25% off tickets prices if you book by June 1st. Based on the novel Goodbye to Berlin by … Continue reading

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Jeanne Mammen

  (pic: db-artmag.com) Artist and Illustrator Jeanne Mammen lived and worked on the fourth floor of the rear building at Ku’damm 29 for over 50 years. Berlin born, she studied art in Paris, Brussels and Rome before returning home to … Continue reading

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A Walk Along The Ku’damm

I am thrilled to announce that my first book has just been published to Kindle and is now available to buy. Below are all the links to various territories it is available in. Hopefully a print version will follow in … Continue reading

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