Meet the Artists for our Opening Program!

We present to you the artists of our opening program!

We’d like to present to you the artists of our opening program on October the 1st! Safe the date!

When: 7:30pm
Where: Dresdener Str. 11, 10999 Berlin

Note: We have extended the registration date to the 29th! Please send Lana ( a mail and tell her if you need childcare.

The artists:

Performance by Enana Thee Queen (they/them)
Enana is the Sumerian goddess of love, war, sex and fertility. Much like their name, Enana is a multi-dimensional artist.
Enana is a trans non-binary rapper, singer-songwriter, performer and activist whose artistic engine has always been fueled by they quest for freedom and social justice.
On the last years, they have been nurturing a unique sound that represents their interwined existence, being born in Damascus based in Berlin since 2015

Book reading by TAYO (she/her)
Tayo Awosusi-Onutor is a singer, writer, director, political activist and mother and lives in Berlin.
She describes herself as Afro-Sintezza and is a board member of RomaniPhen e.V., the feminist Romnja: Archive, and a member of IniRromnja.
Tayo will read us from her children’s book, “Jokesi Club. Jekh, Due, Drin – 3 Girlfriend Berlin”, published in 2021.

Performance by Nashi44 (she/her)
Nashi44 is a Viet-German rapper from Berlin Neukölln and released her first single.
With rap videos on Instagram she has already made a name for herself and proven that she has both attitude and a ton of skills.
Stay hyped for her first EP, to be released this fall!


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