Monday, 21 October 2013


Monday, 21 October:  
FOOD MARKET & CRAFTS FAIR: Auer Dult is on until end of week. Attractions for kids, crafts to purchase and bites to grab. Monday to Sunday 10am - 7pm.

Tuesday, 22 October:  
PUPPET THEATRE: Phantom Story by Nicola Unger from Rotterdam. Paper silhouettes and animations. The performance is in English. Münchner Stadtmuseum. Tickets 12 € for adults, 9 € concessions. Start at 6pm. 

Wednesday, 23 October:
SILENT MOVIE & LIVE MUSIC: The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog. Alfred Hitchcock's early thriller. Accompanied by improvisations of Brazilian composer Anselmo Mancini. Rationaltheater. Tickets 12/8€. Starts at 8.30pm. Prebook:
Thursday, 24 October: 
NERDY TALKS: Nerd Nite, a series of talks in various bars after work. This time the speakers are going to talk about jazz trombone, computers & girls, and how the chaos theory is related to calenders. Neuraum, Arnulfstr. 17. Tickets 5 €, start at 8pm.    

NERDY CRAFTS: Make Cafe Munich, gathering of 3D-printing enthusiasts. "Bring your printer, show off your projects, or just do a talk on whatever you made recently or are still in the process of making." WERK1 at Kultfabrik, start 6.30pm. Free, just turn up.   

Friday, 25 October:  
RUSSIAN MUSIC & LITERATURE: Viktor-Schneider-Festival in GOROD. Tonight: Opening concerts with all special guests at 8PM and silent cinema with Russian chancon accompaniment (piano and vocals) at 10PM.
Saturday, 26 October: 
RUSSIAN MUSIC & LITERATURE: Viktor-Schneider-Festival in GOROD. The whole day packed with concerts and readings by Russian song writers, poets and musicians. 

FLEE MARKET: Flee market for children, from 9am until 1pm. Tickets for adults 2€, free for kids. Reithalle, Heßstr. 132. And a Midnight Bazar starting from 5pm, same place. With music and drinks. Tickets 3€.

Sunday, 27 October: 

RUSSIAN MUSIC & LITERATURE: Viktor-Schneider-Festival in GOROD. Today: Kseniya Dargunskaya presents her short documentary "Кукушка в крокодиловой бухте" ("The peak-a-boo in the crocodile bay"), Alya Haytlina reads her poetry, Petr Koshelev and Olga Chikina sing their songs.  

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