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24/25/26.08 | Let Me In Festival

Each year LET ME IN FESTIVAL picks one street of Berlin and transforms it into a performance tour during 3 evenings. 12 shows take place in 4 non-conventional spaces such as houses, shops, galleries or parks.  The mission of the festival is to bring people together in order to rediscover a street that they may know and change its perspective through an artistic and aesthetic experience. Using non-conventional spaces Let me in aims to give the audience a different approach to Arts.

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The audience members are guided through the locations to enjoy a full-evening performance created by the combination of 4 short length pieces, discovering the chosen street from a new point of view and experiencing a very intimate and, in some cases, interactive performance.

Directed by Irene Cortina González, director, and choreographer of the company Irene Cortina

Presenting Vasque’s performer Jaoitz Osa + Xabier Mujika with Suddenly …, and Brazilian Lisa Simpson with Agente Costura: making music out of making clothes


Rosenstraße, Berlin

In collaboration with INSTITUTO CERVANTES

Each night MEETING POINT and TICKETS: Rosenstr. 18 (Instituto Cervantes, Berlin)

Thursday 24 – 20h

Yotam Peled “Boys don’t cry” (IL)

Kunstwollen Label / Celia Stroom – L’OEIL ÉCOUTE (FR)

CIE Sapharide “Pucie” (FR)

Angela Lamprianidou “Pure” (GR, SP, DE)

Vivian Chan “The red threat” (CAN)


Friday 25 – 20h

Ziggurat Project “Abyss” (HU)

Compagnia della Quarta “Polvere” (IT)

Angela Fegers / DalioArts “the dangers of Spring“ (USA)

Julia B. Lapièrre “A small try on love” (CAN/FR)

Andyvazul “Disarmonika” (HU)

Saturday 26 – 20h

Jaoitz Osa + Xabier Mujika “Suddenly …” (SP)

Claire Waffel + Pere Ferrera “Flow instabilities” (DE)

Sigrid Savi “Imagine there is a fish” (EST)

GAU Company “Exit to endorphia Vol.2 – Lost & Found” (DE)

Lisa Simpson – Agente Costura: making music out of making clothes (BRA)


Manuel Sierra-Alonso

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