Date: 19th September 2017

Starting Time: 20:15

Euphoria! Our next read is based on the life and works of anthropologist Margret Mead, who in the 1930’s was one of the few female scientists doing field research and exploring the native tribes of New Guinea.

Nell, the fictional alter ego of Mead, not only enters the story with lots of ailments (lesions, gashes, ringworms), but is beaten about by always not quite belonging to one world or the other (the English countrymen being the stranger species).

An exciting life for sure and of course this story is also about love, yeah! When Nell and her husband are joined by a fellow scientist on their journey, a ménage-à-trois unfolds on the basis of – what’s the new word –sapiosexuality, wow!


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!



During the summer, our opening times will be as follows: Tuesday – Saturday 12-6pm, Sunday 10-6pm.

Also, we will stay closed next week (27th June – 2nd July) for a short break!

See you again on 4th July. Enjoy the sun, the rain, the water and everything else!

Opening Times

Ascension Day, 25th May: 2-6 pm

Friday & Saturday (26th & 27th May): 2-6pm
Sunday (28th May): normal opening times

Öffnungszeiten Himmelfahrt

Himmelfahrt 25. Mai: 14-18 Uhr

Freitag & Samstag (26.-27. Mai): 14-18 Uhr

Sonntag (28. Mai): wie gewohnt!


So bunnies – here are our Easter opening times:

Good Friday & Saturday 2-6pm
Easter Sunday 10-7pm

From 18th – 23rd April, we hobble on the green grass a bit and will close for a well deserved break.
Enjoy your eggs!


Dresden Cringe Readings No. 3

England, England  23rd March 2017  Starting at 8.15pm

“Black Ice and the Pinkie Sisters”

Featuring the teenage writings of

Stephanie Bogin, Anke Hoppert, Carina Merseburger and Laura Park


In our social media world, it has never been easier to record for ever our every word, activity or meal and share it with the world.

But how did teenagers in the analogue age cope, when their main option for keeping a record of their lives was to commit it all to a handwritten diary that no-one was ever meant to see?

Until today. Now, four fearless women have agreed to air their outpourings of teenage angst, inviting you to listen to secrets that have been hidden away for years in diaries, love letters, poems … and a manifesto.

Don’t miss it!

Entry is free, just pop in!


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