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House of Harem Show by Prince Emrah & Queerberg Collective
25. Februar 20:00 - 26. Februar 01:00
Welcome to the “House of Harem” Show by Prince Emrah & Queerberg collective.
House of Harem is born out of necessity. A necessity of providing a shared space for LGBTQIA+ individuals of Muslim cultures. A space for absolute queer joy and solidarity. For us, it doesn't matter if people identify themselves as Muslim or not, who are born in Middle Eastern countries or live in Germany as a diaspora. We simply want to celebrate with artists who champion their icons, music, and culture.
Doors open: 20:00
Show start: 22:00
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.
About the artists:
Prince Emrah (pronouns she/he) is a professional belly dancer, a dance trainer, a beauty&wellness student, a make-up artist 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 Syria, Palestine, Malaysia, Libya, and the like. IG: @prince_emrah_1203
Gender fluid Iranian-American artist Donika is a Berlin based musician, visual artist drag performer and vocal coach. Bom in Tehran, she migrated with her mom to the US at age 7 only to move backa few years later to Tehran where she grew up. She moved to Berlin in 2017, establishing herself shorty after in the vibrant queer nightite scene. creating alter-ego Many Faced Godx, and mixing drag, music and dance performance in festivals and dubs in Europe. teaching power voices drawing compassion from hardships Domika's work is heavily influenced by her activism, confronting subjects of state violence, sexism, inequality and mental health. Her debut single, Fatbulous, is a body positive high energy pop track celebrating traditionally shamed elements of female bodies. Domika's music is not bound by genre. She draws from all parts of her ife, picking up as she goes and exploring elements of jazz, hip-hop, pop, Iranian folk, voguing beats, techno and experimental electronic music.
Aurah Jendafaaq is a fierce, multi-talented and always hungry genderfucking performer, part-time attention whore and Kreuzberg native with Azerbaijani roots - Are you ready for some heat? - because the fire has officially arrived!
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.
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