September 18


07:30 pm - 11:30 pm

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Wissmannstraße 32, 12049 Berlin

Berlin, Berlin, DE, 12049

Black & Brown Cabaret and Burlesque / a non-classical dinner show with the finest queens – come out and show some love.

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► This event is part of · Festival · In the Queer and Now · Cartographies of Affect ·


Hosted by Prince Emrah


A non-classical cabaret and burlesque show with extraordinary performance artists playfully visualising their story, identity and presence – hosted by Prince Emrah:

Corona cannot stop us. Black & Brown cabaret show presents the most talented and beautiful Queer PoC performers from different countries and cultures. We stand strong in solidarity with those affected the most:

black and brown bodies, queer, trans non-binary and refugees from across the globe.

Join us, let the show beautifully haunt you, enjoy homemade, vegan dinner prepared by the performers themselves, watch, lean back and enjoy.

So habibatis, come, support and enjoy an unforgettable evening with us!


“Prince Emrah is a professional belly dancer, a dance trainer, a fashion design student, a DJ, and an occasional drag queen based in Berlin. Presents Refugee , PoC artists from all over the world. She arrived in Berlin a few years ago as a refugee from Turkmenistan. Since then, she has built an impressive artistic career in the performance art scene in Berlin and beyond. Her shows fuse the traditional and contemporary forms of belly dance. Emrah is also the mother of a dance and drag collective called “House of Royals”, which creates a space for asylum seekers, refugees, and immigrants from countries such as Syria, Iraq, and the like. On top of all these, she gives workshops for those who want to learn belly dance, drag, and extravagant makeup.”

“Afure is a black queer babe from NYC based in Berlin. As a [urban dance] drag performer their raw energy and mixture of drag, streetdance, and dope style is guaranteed to hype everyone out there seats and unto the dancefloor. “

“Keil Li Divõn. I am the first out Libyan drag queen. I have been singing since I was 15, and was always passionate about being on stage and playing with my gender. This is where it got me now.- Keil Li Divōn is the super sized doll sent from the Moon to take over planet earth and make everyone as gay as possible.”

“I am Zina one and only Bellydance Queen from Palestine. I am 21 years old and have been living in Berlin since 5 years. I break all stupid straight rules about Bellydance and I just dance. There is no any rules for Bellydance , just have a belly and dance! I present at the stage traditional Bellydance and body positivity . Be positive and dance with me!”

“Dalaa Alsham , one and only Refugee trans Bellydancer from Palestine/ Syria. “ When I am sad , I am dancing , when happy I am dancing , when I am lost I am dancing. Dancing is my life and everything “ . Black & Brown Cabaret presents all gender and bodies from around world. “

“I‘m Julie dancer 31years old from malaysia,now im living in Berlin with a refugee status,im professional in indian classical dance and Bollywood dance. I have 13 years experience as a stage performance artist. in berlin i got chance to perform in super talent 2019 tv show but unfortunately i got rejected becouse of my gender but i got chance to perform in berlin at so many clubs and parties organised by Queer artists.

my achievement is become famous Bollywood dancer in berlin and start my own Safety Bollywood dance studio for other Queer & trance people. She is Diamond Of Ballywood! Don’t miss her the biggest, special , Choreographed Show for Black & Brown cabaret show!”

Please, register for the event as we have limited seats.

The price per person is donation based (15-30€).

Nobody will be turned away for lack of funds. If you would like to join the special guestlist, please email


* This project is part of Oyoun‘s curatorial focus:


The program sets to investigate the embodied memories and identities through diasporic and gender-critical perspectives. The body emerges as a changing relationship and at the same time unfolds as an ethical horizon and challenge for the (un)making of the self, identity, and belonging. “Embodied Temporalities’ will unravel the possibilities by the means of the language of art while exploring and diversifying collaborations through intersectional, anti-fascist, and decolonial perspectives.

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Built in 1865, the former brewery is now called Oyoun and serves as an antidisciplinary epicenter focusing on decolonial, queer*feminist, migrant and diasporic arts and culture.

🎯 Wissmannstr. 32, 12049 Berlin

(U7 + U8/ Hermannplatz)

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We have no place for sexism, queerphobia, transphobia, any form of racism or discrimination such as anti-Muslim and anti-Jewish racism, and any sort of violent or aggressive behaviour. Oyoun is a safe space for all, an open forum for dialogue, criticism and a place where we stand up for each other. If someone/something is bothering you, please approach a member of staff who are here to help!


There is an elevator and wheelchair accessible entrance to the building. There are silent areas and staff members to guide you through the space. Whilst the bathrooms are gendered by law, we encourage guests to use whichever facilities they identify with. Bathroom policing will not be tolerated.