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Black & Brown Cabaret Dinner Show
12. Februar 20:00 - 23:30
We are excited to invite you to celebrate Queerness, Femininity, Color, and Bodies.
Welcome to the Black & Brown Cabaret Show Winter 2022 by Prince Emrah & Queerberg. This Show will be extra Hot because it's enough cold outside.
On 12 February We want to honour the thriving culture of BIPOC immigrants, refugee bodies of all shapes and sizes with a modern fusion of cabaret & burlesque by extraordinary performance artists visualizing their story with identity, presence, and audacity.
Black & Brown Cabaret Show will present brilliant queer POC performers from various countries and cultures. Stand with us in solidarity with those affected the most by the pandemic: black and brown bodies, queer, trans, and non-binary refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants.
A little surprise from Egypt: Arrive early to get a little more colour on your hands by a professional henna artist.
Come hungry not only for a fantastic show but also for a homemade vegan dinner, available for purchase. ( not included in tickets price)
So, habibatis: Buy your tickets now!
Price: 15, 20, 25, 30 - Get your tickets on Eventbrite
If you can, please buy higher-priced tickets - it’s kind of donation prices for the Black & Brown artist community.
For refugees who can't afford tickets, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for free access, or pay what you can.
Test and vaccination proof upon entry is mandatory.
About the artist:
Prince Emrah (pronouns she/he) is a professional belly dancer, a dance trainer, a beauty&wellness student, a make-up artist, a DJ, and an occasional drag queen based in Berlin. A few years ago, she arrived in Berlin as a refugee from Turkmenistan and is of Kurdish&Azerbaijan descent. Since then, he has built an impressive artistic career in Berlin's performance art scene and beyond. Emrah is the mother of an artist collective called "House of Royals," which provides a space for BIPOC LGBTQIA+ asylum seekers and refugees from countries such as Syria, Palestine, Malaysia, Libya, and the like.
Luna Tiktok is an international teasin’ and crowd pleasin’ Burlesquera and Drag artist. With a fabulous fusion of filth, ferocity and raw sensuality, Luna is a multifaceted delight to the senses that’ll always have you comin’ back for more!
Keil Li Divõn is the first *out* libyan drag queen. Keil comes from a society where men don't and shouldn't express emotions, so she chose writing & singing to express herself. At the age of 15 she became best friends with paper & pen and started her songwriting journey. She was always interested in playing with her gender. The first time she put on make-up was to cover a bruise on her eye that her father had given her, using her mother's concealer. Keil Li Divõn is the super-sized-doll, that came from the moon to take over planet earth and make everyone as gay as possible.
Shingo Masuda First time with us and we are super happy to have this super talented artist at our event. While you take your seats and order your meals, his traditional music sound will join your dinner time. Shingo Masuda, born in Osaka, is a Japanese kanun player. He was trained in piano and permission. In 2009 he turned to kanun. In various Arab countries he traveled to, he learned the basics of playing kanun and oriental music.
Dina Egyptian Rose is an original Berliner with roots in Egypt. She has been dancing since she was a child and comes from a musical family. Since the 90s she has developed a passion for henna art and oriental dance, which ever since she is committed to with body and soul. She not just dancing, she is also flying. She is one of the most professional dancer with isis wings.
Julie Dancer “I´m Julie Dancer, 31years old from Malaysia, now I'm living in Berlin with refugee status. I'm a professional in Indian classical dance and Bollywood dance. I have 15 years experience as a stage performance artist. In Berlin I got a chance to perform in the Super Talent 2019 TV show but unfortunately I got rejected because of my gender and canceled my show. But I am lucky and got a chance to perform in Berlin at so many clubs and parties organized by queer artists collective QueerBerg . My achievement is to become famous Bollywood dancer, build a community in Berlin, inspire them and start my own Safe Bollywood dance studio for other queer & trance people."
Maria Asskaf (German/Syrian) is a well known and appreciated bellydance artist and teacher from the north of Germany, based in Berlin. She was the former dancer and choreographer in the famous Madi Varieté theatre for many years, performed nationally/internationally in all kind of clubs, shows and TV. She also organized her own dance parties „Wahda&Nos“ with a live band as well. Maria started to practice this special dance at age 9 - and is still addicted. Combining smooth, earthy movements with her very own feminine and elegant stage presence she loves to share her knowledge in classes and workshops to create an inner balance, better understanding and stronger body.
Maïmouna Coulibaly is a Malian French born and raised in France. With her "Booty Therapy" she wants to empower women and more. Her specialty is booty shake twerk, especially afro urban dances. She’s mixing her universe with Burlesque. The cocktail can be very sensual and extremely explosive.
Queerberg is a collective founded by House Of Royals. We are from so far different countries and cultures. It started with Refugee performers to give them space to express their Art, since it was hard for them because of variety of reasons such as language difficulties, racism etc... As a group of refugees, we also have a deep mental connection and understanding with each other, we bond over our trauma, since we have similar background. Although most of us lost their families, but we still have each other to support. And thanks to many places that support us and validate us, we've grown and come so far.
◥ Please note: 2G Plus regulations apply to this event. FFP2 Masks are mandatory at Oyoun until further notice. Further information about our hygiene concept can be found here.
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