It’s only three weeks away and I’m so looking forward to having “The Great Park” playing in my humble chamber.
About: Stephen Burch is an English songwriter currently based in Berlin. He began making music whilst living on a remote farm in rural Ireland – using acoustic guitars, the family’s piano, brooms and chains. His lyrical, narrative songs bear the influence of the fields of County Cork and the streets of Berlin. Images of persecution abound, songs of urgent travel and a search for home – the unifying theme is that of grave drama within ‘The Great Park’.

Friday, 16th March 2012
9.00pm to 0.00am live at England, England

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This book has been sitting in my shelves for over ten years now (hence the paper’s gone sunburned) and I’m really pleased we chose it now! Something happens to Englishwoman Miss Quested (what a name!) in the Marabar Caves of India and charming Dr Aziz is being held responsible for it. Obviously this just sets the scene for exploring the British Raj and maybe why I still shrink when I hear the word “Kolonialwaren”. Many call this Forster’s finest novel, so let’s start reading!

Tuesday, 27th March 2012
8.30pm to 11.30pm  at England, England

Just finished cooking: Pea & Ham Soup with crusty baguette!

Following the success of last year’s haggis feast, we will again be hosting a Burns Supper complete with all the trimmings. This time round, we’ll even hear a proper piper, have Burns’ poems read to us and of course savour traditional neeps and tatties (turnips and mashed potato). For those of you who don’t dare to try the traditional haggis (sheep’s offal mixed with onions, oatmeal and various spices), we will be serving vegetarian haggis, too!

You can wash it all down with a wee dram of Scotch whisky, of course!

Burns Supper / Friday, 27th January 2012

Start at 8 o’clock

Ticket price: 22 Euro


Homecooked 3 Course Dinner & One Glass of Glenmorangie Whisky
Cock a Leekie (Hühnchen-Lauch-Suppe)
Haggis with Neeps and Tatties (Haggis mit Kartoffel- und Rübenbrei)
Tipsy Laird (Schichtspeise mit Himbeeren)

Please buy your tickets in the shop by the 24th of January at the latest!


Murder! I don’t think we had crime on our list yet (other than shutting up poor women in attics), so here we go, a crimecomedyBigBrother’swatchingyou novel by Ben Elton! First time for me to read any of his books, so I’m curious what is to come!

Tuesday, 21th February 2012
8.00pm to 11.00pm  at England, England

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