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El último castillo defensivo alternativo del centro con cine, club, museo y un taller para ciegos de Otto Weidt.
If you are into arthouse films, then Hackesche Höfe Kino will certainly interest you. Established in 1996, it comprises of five halls and a huge foyer. It showcases German as well as international independent flicks in their original language. Their wide list of programs make it an exciting place for not only film students but anyone who love these niche movies. Take a sip of wine, a Budweiser or a Coca-Cola and munch on some crunchy popcorn to complete your cinematic experience.
White Rabbit takes the aim of being the hub of cross-discipline projects very seriously resorting to housing exhibitions consisting of wide range of media. Photography, paintings and sculptural exhibitions wonderfully co-exist in the same space. A special mention must be made of the recent popularity of the sound and video installation at the venue. These installations perfectly depict the artists' idea, all the while being a good source of entertainment for visitors. Head to the venue and you will find something interesting if not pleasing.
Located in the artistic Hackescher Markt, Street Art Alley is situtated on Rosenthaler Straße near Cinema Café. The street looks pretty normal from the outside but once you enter it's a different universe all together. The place is covered with street art, bookshops, cafes and exhibition spaces. The place showcases the local talent from local artists giving them a platform for their art. Not only you can buy what you like, but also you have a chance to meet the artist whose art you fancy.
Besides live concerts, Eschschloraque Rümschrümp, also has some DJs playing wild music for you. There is drum, country, house, surf, japan-pop, electro-rock and much more. They have some electrifying electro music. There is an eclectic combination of various genres that are a pleasure to the ears. The venue has some of the unpredictable and distinct musical events. There are many other programs like musical theater plays and comedy acts as well.
Living up to its name, the Monsterkabinett thrills, startles. scares and shocks with its metallic-robot displays. The Monsterkabinett is a large space that doubles up as an art gallery as well as a haunted house park, and is the brainchild of artist Hannes Heiner. A somber pathway decorated with nightmarish graffiti and art leads you into an enclosed warehouse where the haunting really begins. Mammoth arachnids settle beside dead-as-doornail mummies, while a six-legged dolls pops in front of youto say hello. A macabre ensemble awaits visitors here, some of them made from metal, while some of them real - well, almost - suffice it to say they are actors from the Dead Pigeon Collective dressed up as demons to stir things up. Not for the faint of heart and incredibly morbid, the characters are reflections of the artist's dream world.