More Than Cabaret

Sunday, November 3rd. It’s the day a  boy dies after being in the waves. His head was split open. But there’s more to the story. So Sunday, November 3rd, is the day we are going to get to the bottom of this. So join us at the Cabaret Voltaire at 5pm for drinks and a lively discussion.

Come Sunday, we’ll all be sitting down in the place where Hugo Ball, Emmy Hennings, Tristan Tzara, Richard Huelsenbeck, Marcel Janco and Hans Arp founded the short-lived and fairly obscure artform known as Dada. They denied all previous art and elevated nonsense to an art-form. This is where we’ll meet. This is where we’ll sit and enjoy drinks and talk and have a great time.

This Uncanny Book-Club Event will be hosted by Schira and Stefan and we’ll start at 5pm.

Feel free to bring your friends, even if they haven’t read the book, because it will be fun either way.

The Address: Spiegelgasse 1, 8001 Zürich

How to get there:

  • Take either the tram #4 or #15 to Zürich Rathaus
  • Walk up the Marktgasse until the first right turn
  • Keep looking to the left and you can’t miss it.

 

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Cabaret Voltaire

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Cabaret Voltaire 47.371638, 8.543876

See you there!

Image credit goes to Katja of Zwischen Den Zeilen.

About Dom

Possessing nigh-encyclopaedic knowledge when it comes to comic books and movies, Dom is one of the co-founders of the Uncanny Book-Club. He also enjoys movies, and going to the cinema.

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