Unbelievable, but true: it has been 5 years since the birth of the Deutsch-Britische Gesellschaft Dresden e.V. in June 2009!
Now, we want to celebrate our 5th Anniversary by reminiscing with you – but also by making plans for the future: Five glorious years – and counting! Therefore, we heartily invite you to join us for our celebratory reception on the occasion of our 5th Anniversary on Thursday, 9 October 2014, at 7:30pm, at England, England.
Some nibbles & a glass of bubbly will be provided, and you will be able to purchase more drinks at the bar.

RSVP – Please note that we ask you to register for this event!

Looking forward to seeing you all on 9 October!


Charlie Rayne is a young songster who writes fiery songs that he performs in a bare-bones set-up. Armed with an acoustic guitar, Rayne whirls across the stage, weaving vivid story lines into bold strums and delicate arpeggios, musing at times and mischievously smirking at others. Bursting out into the Beirut music scene in 2013 with a first EP, he is now based in Berlin and will be releasing a full-length album in October 2014.


Robert Leslie is a mystical bohemian troubadour with a murky background and intense eyes. His soulful, lyrical songs deal with all the love, confusion, and ennui associated with being a drifter in the twenty-first century. Robert has been piercing souls straight through the heart since he left home at the age of nineteen and has since released two EPs and a full-length album. He has been ruthlessly clawing and scratching his way to the top of the N.Y.C. ladder since early 2013 and currently resides in a foul, degenerate loft in Brooklyn.


Tuesday, 7th October 2014
8.00pm at England, England

Hey ho everybody, this coming week will be the last with irregular opening times, as the road in front will be finished and it’s going to be LOUD. So we will open from Friday till Sunday and after that it’s hopefully back to normal!

Vom 30.September bis zum 2. Oktober bleibt das Café ein letztes Mal wegen der Bauarbeiten geschlossen. Am Freitag, den 3. Oktober öffnen wir wieder um 13 Uhr für Sie! Danke für Ihr Verständnis!

Everybody, or so it seems, has read this book or is talking about it.
Set in Nigeria, England and the USA, Americanah is a dissection of attitudes towards race, a love story and I should think much more. As I’m one of the few who haven’t read it, I can only recount what I read about it, like “Gratifyingly, Americanah does not disappoint. It tells the story of Ifemelu, a spirited young girl with strong opinions, and her teenage boyfriend, Obinze, who grow up with romanticised notions of the west, shaped by the literature of Graham Greene, Mark Twain and James Baldwin. When Ifemelu is presented with an opportunity to continue her postgraduate studies in Philadelphia, she takes it. Some years later, Obinze, too, goes in search of a better life, but to Britain.“ (E. Day for The Guardian) I’m looking forward to it!
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, 4th November 2014
8.15pm at England, England

This week usual opening times!
Diese Woche haben wir regulär geöffnet!

  • Contact

    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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    Tuesday - Saturday
    12pm - 6pm

    10am - 6pm

    Closed on Mondays

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