Freudian Slip Club

The Freudian Slip Club aims to uphold the general atmosphere experienced in the famed Cabarets of early 20th Century Berlin while applauding the fresh energy and talent that refuses to stop flowing into this powerfully malleable city.

Freudian Slip Club is a producer of bizarre, intelligent and sexy events, showcasing international artists working with comedy, cabaret, story-telling, music, dance, puppetry, and theatre.

Based in Berlin, we have a knack for sniffing out strange talents and presenting them on both local and international stages. Freudian Slip Club artists have starred in shows all the around the world, including the USA, Australia, Germany, Romania, Spain, Italy, Lebanon, Norway, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Latvia, Estonia, Turkey and beyond!

Sunday Slips is our heart our blood sweat and tears it is our practice, known for its offbeat vibe, welcoming spirit and spontaneity. Our audience is comprised of a veritable mix of people whose lifestyles do not customarily mingle with each other – and we love that!  We attract curious audience members; the strange, the expressive, the unafraid. Oddities are our specialty and not only are we proud of it but have built a wildly appreciated avenue for the creativity of all types.

Some of our current regular events are:

Sunday Slips
Shameless Showcase
Two Lips Podcast
The Grand Mess

Freudian Slip Club’s main clubhouse Sunday Slips combines comedy, music, poetry, performance, dance and other nocturnal arts on the stage of their weekly Varieté show at Lagari in Neukölln. The FSC also conducts and hosts various shows in venues across Berlin such Shameless Salon, the David Bowie Tribute show at Lido, and Suitcase Stability. Other sporadic events include I am Dynamite, a feminist talent showcase; and I Loop You, an improvised pow wow where loops and live music meet. 

In addition, core members of the Freudian Slip Club offer insightful coaching, workshops, gallery shows and individual training to artists of all kinds looking to get their foot in the door of Berlin’s creative scene.

Photo Credit Christiane Patic