Our objective in this programme of four lectures on Wednesday afternoons in November will seek to recapture the heady days in Berlin during the Weimar Republic from 1920-1933.
The city vibrated with new ideas in music, drama and art. From Expressionism to New Objectivity, from the Blue Angel to the Threepenny Opera, and featuring, en route, the intense images of George Grosz, caricatures, Otto Dix's acerbic paintings, and Käthe Kollowitz's compassionate drawings of the city's suffering classes..
Four lectures at The Studio, Aldeburgh Cinema on Wednesday afternoons starting on 6th November.
Fee £32 includes tea & coffee refreshments. Reservations essential.
Please note that due to the nature of our arrangement with the Cinema we can only accept bookings for the entire four week programme and must be paid in advance.
For further information please contact Bill Crow 01728 454641, firstname.lastname@example.org.