Happy Easter Sunday everyone! We will take a short break from 6th April until 9th April, back on the 10th with a lovely concert. See you!

Good Friday, 3rd April 2-6pm
Saturday, 4th April 2-6pm
Easter Sunday, 5th April 10-6pm
Easter Monday, 1st April Closed
Come in and taste what the British have for tea at Easter, like Simnel Cake or Hot Cross Buns. All homemade, as always!

Karfreitag, 3.April 14-18 Uhr
Sonnabend, 4. April 14-18 Uhr
Ostersonntag, 5. April 10-18 Uhr
Ostermontag, 1.April Geschlossen
Wir backen traditionelle britische Oster-Köstlichkeiten – lassen Sie sich überraschen!

You wonder, reading On The Black Hill, if you, by mistake, have picked up the wrong book, a Thomas Hardy novel or at least something from the 18th or 19th century. But then the story of twins Lewis and Benjamin Jones starts with the dawn of the 20th century – so it’s really just the setting of a secluded Welsh farm, their refusal to let the modern times in and Chatwin’s classical style, that makes the novel seem so out of time, so timeless. I’m enjoying it, hope so do you!

Join the book club anytime (you don’t need to sign anywhere, not to worry!), we are always glad to make new acquaintances & you can buy the book in the shoppe with a 10% discount!

Tuesday, 5th Mai 2015
8.15pm at England, England


“Ein kompromissloser Musiker, der mit bestätigtem Optimismus musiziert. Nicht, um davon zu leben, sondern, weil er dafür lebt.”

“Dass die Folksongs nie ins Kitschige abdriften, hat auch mit Stephen Burchs Gesang zu tun, der alles andere als glatt ist. So zittrig, ja, brüchig kommt er oft daher, dass Conor Obersts Stil von den Bright Eyes dagegen schon fast geschliffen wirkt.”

“Ein Singer-Songwriter ist immer auch Poet. Und Burch ist ein ganz besonderer.”

(Süddeutsche Zeitung)

Original photo by Mina Reischer.

Saturday, 7th March 2015
8.00pm at England, England

Dear DBG Dresden Members & Friends,

For our March 2015 Open Meeting we invite you to join us for a special guest talk by a member of the Deutsch-Britische Gesellschaft Oldenburg!
John Goodyear will give a talk on “The First World War: A Family Affair” and will be looking back at that conflict through his own British family’s experience, sharing some of the memorabilia and stories that have been passed down to him.
So come along, bring other interested parties, listen to this personal account of the war that “changed everything” in Britain – and decide for yourself how it came that the First World War took up such a large space in British collective memory!
John Goodyear studied German in Birmingham and London, and is Director of Studies at the Academy of English in Oldenburg, and Vice Chairman of the Deutsch-Britische Gesellschaft in Oldenburg. He has been involved in Anglo-German cultural relations for some time now, giving talks on Anglo-German cultural themes in Germany and the UK, but also in the United States or Pakistan.

The talk will be given in English, followed by a discussion in either English or German.

Entry is free, all are welcome.

5th March 2015
7.30pm at ‘England, England’

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    England, England
    Inh. Anke Hoppert
    Martin-Luther-Strasse 25
    01099 Dresden

    Email: info(at)englandengland.de
    Phone: +49 (0)351 329 501 50
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