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Berlin Club Tour
August 4 @ 11:00 – 15:00
Berlin Club Tour, The Story of Berlin’s Clubs in Augmented Reality will start in front of the club “SchwuZ” at Rollbergstraße 26 in Berlin-Neukölln. For times, please check the schedule calendar when booking your tickets.
The guided Berlin tour will last about 4 to 4.5 hours and will end at Oberbaumbrücke, close to Warschauer Straße. From there you get excellent public transport connections to anywhere in the city.
Berlin Club Tour
This guided Berlin tour is held in English. German tours can only be offered as private tours on request for 250€ (up to 9 participants), 300€ (10-14 participants), 350€ (15-19 participants), or 400€ (20+ participants). Please send me an email to email@example.com if you would like to book a private German tour.
- This guided tour is accessible by wheelchair.
- This is a unique guided tour in Berlin that also makes an excellent gift for loved ones!
- It is also possible to book a private tour. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to book your private tour. Prices are:
- up to 9 participants: 250€
- 10-14 participants: 300€
- 15-19 participants: 350€
- 20+ participants: 400€
- This guided Berlin tour is only suitable for people who are at least 18 years of age.
- Please be aware of the trigger/content warnings, which include: BDSM/kinks/fetishes, HIV/AIDS, homophobia, racism, sex, sexism, sexual abuse, sex work/prostitution, transphobia, and violence (physical, psychological, sexualized).
What are the exact stops of this guided Berlin tour?
- The Berlin Wall dividing the city
- Chez Romy Haag: the trans community and the Nightclub Revolution of the 1970s
- Metropol: the gay community and the predecessor to the Berlin Techno revolution
- §175 and the Homosexual Action Westberlin
- Queer people in West-Berlin escaping military service
- SchwuZ, Pepsi Boston & the AIDS crisis
- Politics and Diversity at SchwuZ
- SchwuZ today
- West-Berlin & the economic situation in the 1970s
- Punk and feminism
- David Bowie, Iggy Pop and the Opening of SO36 on the Anniversary of the Berlin Wall
- Hilal Kurutan, the Turkish Community and the Diversification of SO36
- Other examples of diversification: Black Gay Night, Gayhane, Kreuzberg CSD, Mad & Disabled Pride
- Trümmertunten, Kiezbingo & neighbourly solidarity
- SO36 today
Kit Kat Club
- Nightlife in Berlin in the 1920s
- Christopher Isherwood and the Eldorado
- The Nazis
- The Cabaret Musical
- Kit Kat today: Sexuality & parties
- Clubs as safer spaces
- Clubs as political places: “AfD wegbassen”
- Clubs as cultural venues
- The Fall of the Berlin Wall
- Clubs in abandoned buildings along the former Berlin Wall and the GDR
- The old Tresor
- Techno DJs from Detroit’s Black Community
Kater Blau Club / Holzmarkt
- Fighting for an affordable city
- Black Carribeans
- Refugees Welcome & youth work for tolerance
- Reggae Music
- Bunker & Snax
- Elon Musk and the Berghain as heterotopia
- The no-photo policy of Berlin clubs
- The music
- Substance use in Berlin clubs
- Sexism and heteronormativity
- Sexuality in Berghain
- Judith Butler, Gender Performance and Gender Fucking
- Criticism, change and respectful party tourism
- The Lab.Oratory, Snax Parties today and Lady Gaga
- Overview of clubs: Suicide Circus, Crack Bellmer, Haubentaucher, Cassiopeia, Badehaus, Astra Kulturhaus, Der weiße Hase
Oberbaumbrücke – Berlin Club Tour
- ://aboutblank, Renate and the A100
- Overview of other clubs in Berlin: RSO, Ritter Butzke, Sisyphos, Club der Visionäre, Klunkerkranich, Insomnia
- Open Air Raves and the Democratic Reconquest of Techno Culture