September 22


04:00 pm - 05:00 pm

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Wissmannstraße 32, 12049 Berlin

Berlin, Berlin, DE, 12049

Geschichtsstunde für Kinder

· Diese Veranstaltung wird auf Englisch gehalten und ist für Kinder ab ca. 3 Jahren geeignet ·

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

Drag Story Hour feat. Prince Emrah

“When you become the image of your own imagination, it’s the most powerful thing you could ever do.” (RuPaul)


The Drag Story Hour is a multilingual programme for children and their parents. We want to challenge what’s perceived as the norm and rather celebrate the beauty of diversity, inspire a love for imagination while promoting what’s different in a rather positive and empowering way.

We are excited to present to you another Drag Story Hour, this one is feat. Prince Emrah.

The Drag Story Hour was created to spark and inspire children in their imagination while learning the neurodiverse aspects of gender, self-identity and diversity.


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)

For press and media enquiries, please email us at (DE/ EN)


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.


* 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.

For press and media enquiries, please email us at (DE/ EN)