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My Brightest Diamond: Tiki Taka
Half-Time Show #2

Showtime: Tuesday (24 June), 8pm Shara’s magical performances are hypnotic, like a mythical creature, reminiscent of an elf, a mermaid or a shaman. Her show is the ritual of an extremely feminine spiritual guide, leading us as if through a foggy dream. The music is an experimental extension of her soul, impossible to define or to contain in the borders of the singular art of music. Her hairstyle, her clothing, her masks used ()

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Rubblebucket: Tiki Taka
Half-Time Show #1

It’s Tiki Taka Half-Time! For Part 1, this Monday (23 June) evening we welcome Rubblebucket to play. This seven piece band can be considered a full orchestra of sounds: a mix of synths, guitars, harmonies, horns, vocals and saxophone. And just as their sound is such a mixture, so too their music influences cannot be defined. Psychedelic rock, reggae, dance, dub and electro all feature there. These guys are surrounded by great people from the ()

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Tiki Taka X The Very
Polish Dine & Dance

While hanging out in Warsaw, Azar discovered the Polish food concept of Zakąski – small plates of snacks meant to be eaten late at night whilst drinking Vodka and partying. It’s very simple but delicious food, with things that would be familiar to any German such as pickled cucumber, sauerkraut, borscht or gravadlax, but unlike in Germany, they’re made using fermentation so it’s far healthier and actually much more delicious ()

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Tiki Taka X
I’m a KOMBO

You’ve probably heard about the food revolution that’s been taking place in Denmark in the last few years and that Copenhagen is the place to find some of the most original and creative food being served anywhere right now. This Tuesday (17 June), we’re delighted to welcome Lasse Askov and Bo Lindegaard, of I’m A KOMBO, who have been right at the centre of this Danish food renaissance, to the ()

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Mikkellerberger
Handwerk Bier Bar

Starting today, for the next 4 weeks, we turn our old creative studio in room 132 into a football loving beer bar. With the tastiest beers Berlin and Mikkeller have to offer. Thanks to Jacob, Mikel and Mixen, we will have great beer knowledge on board to flush our senses! Everyday from 7-12. Room 132. Go and find it.

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Remmidemmi’s
Tiki Taka Flavour

5 years ago, to survive the construction phase of the hotel, we decided to start a club in the basement. We invited all our friends and danced our sore muscles smooth. There we met Matze, Fiete and Pierre. Together we threw memorable parties. Remmidemmi was born and is now returning home. This Sunday daytime in our courtyard we bring back the love and the dance! Start: 3pm. Music, Food, and Live performances. Join the Tiki ()

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Tiki Taka X Magnus Reid
X Rita’s X NTS Radio

Friday and Saturday (13/14 June) at Tiki Taka has got an East London flavour! Young, upcoming chef Magnus Reid will be cooking in our kitchen on both evenings. Magnus trained as a tattooist – experimenting on any available flesh – before turning to his passion for food and drink, making his way into the food scene via some of London’s most creditable and experimental bars, pop ups and restaurants. In just ()

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Nils Frahm
Piano Presentation

For the second leg of our Tiki Taka Warm Up, we’re delighted to welcome Nils Frahm back to the hotel for a very special performance! In collaboration with the renowned German piano maker, David Klavins, Nils has created his very own bespoke piano. It’s this custom-made piano he’ll be presenting and playing for us on Tuesday (10th June) evening! Nils is a genius and the last time he played for ()

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We Are Scientists
Concert

This Monday (9th June), the whistle will blow to kick off our summer celebrations with our Tiki Taka Warm Up. We Are Scientists are coming to get it all rock ’n’ rolling! Murray & Cain, they’re the guys who started We Are Scientists 13 years ago. Fresh out of college and bored by their day jobs, they figured rehearsing a rock & roll band would eat up the long slow evenings. ()