It was Saturday and, moreover, a third of the month. Irrenhouse-Samstag also, previously there was still some ways, to let the evening einklingen. For example, at an exhibition opening at Dermot O'Dyna, transformed into a hairdressing salon of its exhibition space.
But first, the usual parking search was run erstaunich good, a few meters walk and a car park, Although the a “Here you go because not because Marathon Parking” Sign was ausgesatattet, but what the heck, yes do not run at night and in the morning we did not have before anyway, to be there. …Actually, we were not much läger than one drink, some photos and a few interviews…. Woran lag es? On the non-art, because I found a lot more appealing than the last year… Rather, we wanted the birthday of Alex van Hesse, the Titty Twister Night Vol.3 took the occasion, reinzufeiern in his birthday.
All took place right next to the White Trash in Last Cathedral, Load a pretty stylish furnished Gothic. Coffins, Skulls, Skeletons, large candlesticks and the like. Who thinks black is there really. Although I had never really with the black scene, impressive, I found the store already indess. Just as we arrived we heard the happy birthday song and we could classify as directly into the crowd of well-wishers and Alex a happy birthday… and there were a lot of people, one has met on one or the other event. Martin Cutter, Liz Vegas, Carina and and and. Berlin is after all very small – over and over again.
When we eventually disappeared in the direction Irrenhouse we took for the road, one “black box” with. In some drink in a – not surprisingly – black box. This was told to us, there is no guarantee that taurine be splashing around. Unfortunately, that was not all, what was missing, but also still in doubt, good taste and also alcohol. So this stuff would have been certainly better Kreuter. I stay because he prefers bdei Red Bull. What remains: Alex is still young, Martin holds Kesici made for Sheila's breasts, Liz Vegas looks in blonde from completely different and the Last Cathedral is a cool store, even for a not very black person like me.