Pangæa : Science Friction, Double Creature
Last Tuesday, in a galaxy next door, a band of lipstick thespians came together, shortly after meeting.
Join us for a double-helping of our usual queer nonsense -- stay after the show to party all night with our very own in-house DJs.
This month's theme? SCIENCE FICTION! Calling all cyborgs, extraterrestrials & temporally-unbound beings to join us for futuristic fetishistic festivities. Come in your best out-of-this-world look to skip the queue & a chance to win Fabulous Prizes™^°‡·
Full lineup to be announced.
FRIEDRICHSHAIN, BERLIN – Queer cabaret Pangæa takes place every 3rd Friday of the month at Crack Bellmer.
Pangæa originally premiered in the summer of 2012 in LA. It quickly grew into a creative stronghold of the city, hosting monthly events and performing at cultural festivals in the surrounding area and beyond, while educating thousands on consent practices.
Each month, a new band of lipstick thespians assembles at Crack Bellmer, a nightclub in RAW Gelände within the heart of Friedrichshain, a 10 minute walk from Warschauer Station with step-free access inside. Revaler Str. 99, 10245
Doors open at 18:00 to a small art gallery and marketplace that guests can enjoy while relaxing in the rustic, well-ventilated hall or cozy outdoor smoking terrace.
The show begins at 19:00 and features a break midway through. Showcasing established and emerging Berlin talent, it is the culmination of a month-long collaborative process and features drag kings, queens and things, burlesque performers of all body types, musicians and circus people. Pangæa values difference and strives to prioritize Black and indigenous, disabled, fat, migrant and otherwise multiply-marginalized artists.
Pangæa is both mother and child to drag king astrophysicist HP Loveshaft. Since arriving in Berlin, this powerhouse of performance has featured on stages around the city and across Europe, producing solo shows and appearing in larger ensembles at Festspiele, Volksbühne and SO36.
Born in Moscow to Jewish Ukranian chemists, this trans-atlantic transsexual recently turned to spirituality, channeling his colorful collage of experience into mad prophecy. Having traveled across the cosmos, he returns to the ruins of this world bearing bad news: no one is coming to save us. With support from the Fonds Darstellende Künste and the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, he began a Sodomite Cult with which he hopes to save himself and then perhaps others. Pangæa is part of that story.
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