Forthcoming Events at Curious Fox

(Further Details Below)

  • Paul Takes the Form of a Mortal Girl

    Book Club

    Join us to discuss the book "Paul Takes the Form of a Mortal Girl" by Andrea Lawlor. Read the Guardian review here.

  • Ireland in Frame

    Photography exhibtion trail organised by the Embassy of Ireland, Berlin.

  • Speak, Memory

    Book Club

    Join us to discuss the memoir "Speak, Memory" by Vladimir Nabokov, first published in 1951. More

  • Oval

    Book Club

    Join us to discuss the novel "Oval" by Elvia Wilk, published in 2019. More

  • A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara

    Book Club

    Join us to discuss the book "A Little Life" by Hanya Yanagihara. Read the Guardian review here.

Book Club

Every 3rd Thursday of the Month, 7.30pm
NB: The next Book Club meeting is Thursday 17 September, outdoors on Tempelhofer Feld.

We will discuss Paul Takes the Form of A Mortal Girl by Andrea Lawlor.

Join us to discuss the book of the month in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Participation in the Book Club is free of any charge. Registration is not necessary, simply arrive a little before 7.30pm on the night in question and be preparted to discuss the book! Newcomers welcome.
Forthcoming books can be viewed in the calendar above.


Take the Herrfurthstr. entrance, walk down the hill & continue along the taxiway (the rightmost roadish bit) keeping the Hundelauf (Dog Park) to your left.
We will be on the grass to the right of the taxiway, opposite the Hundelauf, about 200 metres from the Herrfurthstr. entrance. There are two small buildings and one larger one near this area, so look out for them. We will be between the buildings and the taxiway.
If you reach the area with the bars, you've gone too far.
Look out for the yellow umbrella.

Please bring a blanket and whatever refreshments you think you might need to get you through the evening.

A map of Tempelhofer Feld showing where we will meet.

Ireland in Frame - Photography Exhibition Trail

Friday 18 September to Friday 02 October
Ireland in Frame is a street photography exhibition trail, presented to you by The Embassy of Ireland, Berlin.

B&W photograph of man in a hat, walking in a urban landscape.
Photograph by Eamonn Doyle
Register here to take part in the exhibition trail and to enter a draw for a place at the opening event at the Embassy of Ireland, Berlin The online exhibition will launch at 6pm Irish time on the 18th September.

Register to get a Trail Card and avail of complementary drinks from our sponsors Magners and O'Hara's. You can also enter a draw to attend the opening event at the Embassy of Ireland, Berlin.

The first exhibition trail of it's kind, with select works of 6 talented street photographers, showing a rich and varied spectrum of real life in Ireland.

Featuring works from Eamonn Doyle, Laura Jean Zito, Kenneth O'Halloran, Birte Kaufmann, Lorcan Finnegan, and Jeanette Lowe.

Across Berlin, six Irish owned bars, restaurants, and shops will host a wide variety of Irish street photography that together project a rich and intriguing spectrum of real life in Ireland – from the pilgrimage of Croagh Patrick, to glitzy Trinity ball - from inner city Dubliners to west of Ireland horse markets and fisheries – these are extraordinary snapshots of ordinary life. <

The exhibition will be displayed on high definition screens from the shop windows out to the streets serving as a portal to help satisfy wanderlust. As the first instance of Ireland’s esteemed ‘Culture Night’ travelling from the shores of Ireland, it will be a shared Irish-German experience, communicated on social media channels through #irelandinframe. for more details and to see a selection of the exhibition online.

Prints of the various photos are availabe from Hen's Teeth.

We are exhibiting the works of Laura Jean Zito at Curious Fox.

Photograph of boy cycling past man with wheelbarrow in rural Ireland

Isn't Everything Poetry?

Every 1st Tuesday of the Month
Postponed until further notice.
"Isn't Everything Poetry?" is a monthly event featuring poets, authors and spoken-word performers.
Following the guest performers and a brief intermission the stage will be open for anyone who wishes to share their work.

Quiz Night

Every 3rd Tuesday of the Month
Postponed until further notice.
Quiz Night is held on the third Tuesday of every month. It follows the traditional table quiz or pub quiz format popular in the British Isles. There are rounds of questions on varying subjects including Current Affairs, Arts & Literature, Science & Nature, Film & TV, Music & our infamous rapid-fire buzzer-round where participants are encouraged to bring their own buzzer (something handheld that makes a unique noise). There is 2 Euro charge per person with a cash prize for the winning team.