Tuesday, 21 January 2014


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Tuesday, 21 January:
READING: Reading a good book in the solitude of your room on a cold winter night can be a very nice experience. However, it is much better if you can share your thoughts about that book with somebody who has also read it, maybe over a cup of tea or a glass of wine. This seems to be the idea behind the English Reading Club Munich which meets every Tuesday from 7.30pm - 10pm. There is no meeting this week, but next Tuesday there will be a discussion of The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco. If you'd like to join, you need to sign up in the Toytown thread until January 23rd.

Wednesday, 22 January:
YOGA: Fancy some yoga but don't want to sign up for a regular course or just don't have the time to attend over a longer period of time? Or maybe you don't know if you are into yoga at all? Here is a solution for you: Münchner Volkshochschule is offering an open yoga class. No need to sign up in advance or commit yourself to a whole course. Just turn up and exercise! Gasteig (Rosenheimerplatz), room 0108. Starts at 2pm and at 3.30pm. 7€ for one session.

Thursday, 23 January:
FILM: FilmWeltWirthschaft is running from Thursday to Sunday in the Filmmuseum. Topics that concern all of us: Shareconomy, hacktivisim, occupy movement, who owns the city. Check out the full programme here.

Friday, 24 January:
ENGLISH THEATRE: Pilot's Thumb Theatre, "known in England for their edgy social drama combined with powerful narratives, engaging characters, and pithy "English" humour, presents their latest piece, Protest. Protest is the heartwarming story of the friendship of two women, Jo and Becky, modern-day suffragettes, who embark upon a "Pussy Riot" -style campaign of protest." Pepper Theater (pep Einkaufs-Center), Thomas-Dehler-Strasse 12. Tickets 15€/10€. Starts at 7.30pm on Friday and Saturday.

Saturday, 25 January:
DRAWING: Join the global Urban Sketchers movement and go on a Sketch Crawl. All you need is a sketch book, your favourite drawing utensils and good mood. Meeting point is Deutsches Museum, 11am.

WORKSHOP: A cozy Giesing-based DIY shop Siebenmachen is hosting a workshop called Inspiration/Vision/Mood Board – Gestalte deine Ideen und Visionen! St. Bonifatius-Str. 20. Costs 29€ including supply, tea and biscuits. From 3.30pm until 6pm.

Sunday, 26 January:
GUIDED TOURS: School students participating in Pi.loten programme offer free guided tours through Pinakothek der Moderne and Museum Brandhorst. It's a beautiful project which offers school students many insights into the structure and administration of such huge museums and gives them space to develop their own concepts around an exhibited artwork of their choice. Runs from 11.30am until 1pm. The tickets for the permanent exhibitions are just 1€ on Sundays!

1 comment:

  1. Damn, it's a bit annoying that the open yoga class is in the middle of the afternoon, otherwise I'd most definitely be there!