Dear Deutsch Britische Gesellschaft Dresden Members & Friends,

For our March Open Meeting we invite you to join us for a Welsh Evening!
At the beginning of March each year, Wales celebrates its patron saint, St. David – and we want to take this opportunity to learn something about Welsh history, music – and about the language, of course!
So come along, bring your friends, enjoy a good homemade “Cawl cymreig” (Lamb Stew), or some Welshcakes – and learn how to pronounce Europe’s longest place name, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll!

Entry is free.
Drinks and a selection of Welsh foods will be available for purchase.

Please let us know via Facebook or e-mail (to Anna: agramatte(at) whether you will be coming along! Thank you!

Date: Wednesday, 6th March 2013
Time: 20:00 hrs

Dresden based Englishman Richard Elms walked into the shoppe and asked to play – so here he comes, on Friday, 1st March for a cosy, unplugged gig, it’s going to be good!
Free Show, start 8:30 p.m.!

Please note, that the shoppe will stay closed on Tuesday, 26th February.

In 2005 in a bar in Brooklyn, a strange event took place that quickly developed into a worldwide trend: adults choosing to read out in public the embarrassing parts of long-forgotten journals, poems and other outpourings of youthful angst and wisdom.
The event was called Cringe Readings. If you have teenage diaries, love letters, embarrassing anecdotes or adolescent unfinished works of literature with cringe potential that you are ready to share with voyeuristic strangers, (or if you just want to be one of those voyeuristic strangers), then come along to

England, England on Friday 22nd February, 2013 at 8.15pm and experience Dresden’s first English Cringe Reading.
Remember: you need not be alone with the horrors of your past…


Have you read Sherlock Holmes? Or just know about him? Well that’s my history with the man and it should be changed as this figure is such an icon of British culture and I want to find out why.
A Study in Scarlet is Sir Arthur’s first novel with Holmes and Watson meeting for the first time and becoming room-mates, which inevitably leads to looking at blood and evidence of murder with the famous magnifying glass!
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 March 2013
8.15pm at England, England

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

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