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  1. Every Wednesday evening at an Indian restaurant in Munich. Location varies each week.   Curry night is not just about having good food but also about having great time and lots of fun. The cultural diversity of people who are regularly part of this event is as colorful as the curry itself with all its different flavors and spices.   We particularly encourage newbies to join us and they are heartily welcome. It is one of the best events to ease yourself into TT where you can make instant friends over drinks and fine food in a pressure-free, casual atmosphere.   Come join us cuz when you are here, you are family.   Click the "Follow this" button top right to receive updates via email.     Every Sunday night at midnight all replies to this post are automatically moved to the discussion archive.
  2. MUNICH IRISH NETWORK WINTER BALL 2019 €60 per person, 3 course meal PLUS RESIDENT ALIEN BIG BAND Saturday 23 November, 19:00 Zum Augustiner: Grüner Saal Neuhauser Str. 27, 80331 München   FORMAL DRESS CODE Detail at www.munichirishnetwork.de
  3. Hi   My wife and I are moving to Munich in October and are looking for a two room (one bedroom) apartment to rent north of Altstadt (Maxvorstadt, Schwabing, Milbertshofen, Am Hart), preferably close to the U2 line, for 2+ years. I will be working as a researcher at TUM/Helmholtz Zentrum München and we are both tidy, quiet non-smokers and have no pets.   We are moving from overseas so taking over a lease from someone who is leaving and needs to sell their furniture etc. would suit us perfectly. We are also looking for temporary accommodation for a few months from October.   Thanks!   Luke luke@lazappi.id.au
  4. Nirvana auf Boarisch

    The Münchner Kammerspiele just opened a new piece called 'Nirvanas Last'. https://www.muenchner-kammerspiele.de/inszenierung/nirvana It is worth seeing. The play is in German, the songs are from Nirvana but sung in Bavarian (some by an Australian). There are subtitles (above so don't sit in the first row, which for this play is the second row). If you have never heard 'Rape Me' (from Nevermind) sung in Boarisch as an alpine melody with Alpenhorn accompaniment, you have not experienced Munich. Hallucingens accepted if not encouraged.
  5. The Seagull (trans. Stoppard) by Anton Chekhov. Adapted by Tom Stoppard   Directed by Bogdan Tabacaru Produced by Katrin Fegert   Synopsis   “It is life itself onstage with all its tragic alliances, eloquent thoughtlessness and silent sufferings - the sort of everyday life that is accessible to everyone and understood in its cruel internal irony by almost no one." (Anatoly Koni)   The Seagull, Anton Chekhov’s great classic, revolutionized theatre in the late 19th century. It is a heart-wrenching and darkly funny story about love, art and ill-fated ambition.    On his uncle’s estate in the Russian countryside, young writer Konstantin is preparing the performance of his first self-written play, hoping to finally impress his mother Irina, an ageing actress. But Drama begins to unfold as soon as the audience arrives at the little stage by the lake: Irina has brought her lover Trigorin, a famous writer, who is admired and envied by Konstantin. Nina, Konstantin’s girlfriend and star of his play, rapidly falls under Trigorin’s spell. Meanwhile, the poor teacher Medvedenko is trying to woo Masha, the estate manager’s daughter, who in turn is pining for Konstantin. Sure enough, the premiere of his play is a complete disaster and in the aftermath, Konstantin and his guests struggle with artistic failure and unrequited love, while trying to accept or escape their petty, unsatisfying lives.   Is The Seagull a heartbreaking tale about unhappy people and their shattered dreams? Or is it a hilarious satire? Anton Chekhov, the master of psychological realism, challenges us through his play to question the choices we make. In our Entity winter production, we explore Chekhov's serious and satirical intentions and the lives of his multi-layered, deeply conflicted characters in a modernized, timeless setting.   This amateur production of “The Seagull (trans. Stoppard)” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD a Concord Theatricals Company.   Performance Dates 28–30 November 2019, 20:00  19–22 February 2020, 20:00  Ticket sale for our February shows starts in December.   Venue Pepper Theater  Thomas-Dehler-Straße 12 81737 Munich (U5 Neuperlach Zentrum)   Tickets  €18 (€12 concessions) Reserve online: https://the_seagull.eventbrite.com   For further information, please check out our website:  https://entitytheatre.com/the-seagull-trans-stoppard
  6. Hi All,   I am moving to Munich to start a new job and currently looking for somewhere to live from September onwards. I am 27 years old and from London. My budget is flexible but I am looking for a 1 person flat/apartment   Any offers or any other questions please feel free to ask!   Thanks, Callum
  7. Furnished 3 room apartment in the Perlach area of Munich. All the details are here:   https://www.immobilienscout24.de/expose/113501606#/   Please write to me or directly via the website.
  8. IKEA sofa bed Friheten

    We are selling IKEA sofa bed Friheten (originally 399 Euros) for 180 Euros. The sofa bed can serve both as a sofa and as a bed. It is in a great condition. It is brown and has the following dimensions: bed configuration: 204 x 140 cm, total length and width 230 x 151 cm. It can be dismantled into 3 individual pieces that would fit into a small pick-up truck or a larger sedan. Munich Fruahoferstrasse
  9. Hi All; Can anyone recommend a moving company in Munich? We are planning to move from Munich to Miesbach in October and looking for a company. Some of the quotations we have received so far seem to include a time limitation and some of these companies have really bad reviews in terms of their work.   Thank you
  10. Hello we are a German-American family with twins in Vorschule. We plan to move to Munich in May 2020. I am interested in any suggestions on good villages near Munich- if anyone has experience. We are hoping for a larger home with a garden similar to what we are leaving behind in Richmond London. Is anyone enjoying life outside of Munich but still close enough to take advantage. High walk ability and good local schools?  Thank you
  11. Dear members   I am in the process to purchase a rented apartment in Munich and regarding this, would like to have a strong purchase contract from the Notary where it is possible to use the apartment for self-use after the cancellation period of the rental contract.   At the moment the rental contract runs indefinitely and the cancellation period is of 3 months for the current tenant but with the information, I have read on 100s of websites and I am getting nightmares regarding whether it is at all possible to do eigenbedarfskündigung without any legal hassle.   The current rental contract as per the template is given in below link: http://www.mieterbund.de/fileadmin/public/dmb-wohnungsmietvertrag.pdf As the rental agreement was signed in 2016, I believe that with the ordinary termination the tenancy will be ended in 3 years and 9 months, which is not long from now.   In the case of eigenbedarfskündigung, this period can be shortened. Any pointers will be helpful.  
  12. We are moving out of our 2-room flat in Neuhausen-Nymphenburg and are helping to find a new tenant from 1st June. The flat is beautifully located between Rotkreuzplatz and the canal. It is also fully furnished so ideal for anyone new to Munich and comes with underground parking. The large and bright living room is on the groundfloor, together with a small kitchen and a bathroom. There is also a large, privat terracewith entry to a community garden (the only flat in the house that does have direct entry). From the living room there are stairs leading downstairs to the lower-level bedroom. It is naturally darker down there, however there are windows. There is also an extra toilet and storage downstairs. The flat has been tastefully decorated by our landlady - from coffee machine to bedding - it is all there. The price is 1420 per month including bills and parking. You are allowed to sublet the underground parking for around 75 euros per month if you do not need it. If you are interested in the flat, please write me a message. Our landlady will be at the apartment today (13th May!) for a viewing but there might be later options available.   Best wishes from Germany!
  13. Hi everyone,   i've moved to Munich almost a month ago and  I've recently started to be very discouraged by the fact that all of the landlords I've spoken with have refused me because I am a freelancer. The company I am working for asked for this kind of arrangement temporarily until I receive a security clearance needed for working on their premises. Because of that, I basically have no written proof that I will still have an income in 2 months. If anyone has any advice or knows someone that would agree to rent a 1room apartment to me, I would be very much grateful
  14. Two-storey, 100 m2 apartment with balcony in Munich to rent, available immediately.   Very quiet maisonette/duplex apartment on the upper two floors of a small apartment building in Munich Laim (near Hirschgarten) available to rent. The apartment has a large living and dining area with a loft that can be used as office space/library etc, a master bedroom, a smaller upstairs bedroom or office, two bathrooms (one downstairs with a massage shower and one upstairs with a bath tub and washing machine connection) as well as an east-facing balcony that looks onto greenery. There’s a completely fitted out built-in kitchen including fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and stove. Underground parking is also included. The apartment is within easy walking distance of the u-bahn (Westendstr.), s-bahn (Hirschgarten), tram, and several buses.   Rent is 1650, utilities 200, garage 60.   If interested, please send an email to gretta_louw@hotmail.com with some info about yourself to see photos and to set up a viewing (appointments available from early next week or possibly this Sunday, if required).
  15. A beautifully designed 4.5 rooms (3 bedrooms, 1 living room, 1 dining room, 2 bathrooms, 1 kitchen, 2 balconies) apartment is available to rent from 1st of July.   Usable area in the apartment is approximately 120 sqm. It has 1 underground park place (it is possible to rent a 2nd one) and a large cellar. Other than the kitchen and the furniture at the entrance hallway, the apartment will have no furniture in other rooms. The apartment is available from 1st July without fresh paints in the walls (in such case also the handover after the tenancy period will not require fresh painting). Otherwise it is available from 7th July with fresh paints.   The monthly rent is 3100 € without heating and including garage. The monthly payment for maintenance and heating is 350 €, which shall be adjusted against the actual bill on a yearly basis when available. These are paid within the 3rd working day of the running month for that month.   A deposit of 10000 € is generally needed.   Current pictures are available upon request from serious hopefuls. A visiting appointment can be arranged accordingly.       If interested please contact with your name, address, contact number and a short description about the occupants.   Below please find further details about the apartment: https://www.immobilienscout24.de/expose/112002062
  16. Hello, My name is Javier, I am Spanish (25 years old) and since August, I will be living in Munich with my girlfriend (23 years old). I have been offered a job in an electronics company, Infineon. I lived in Munich last summer doing an internship already (no problem with payments or anything). We are interested in the apartments with 1/1.5/2 rooms not too far away fro the city center. Our budget is around 1200€ per month. If you want to know more about us, do not hesitate to ask Thank you so much. Best regards, Javier.
  17. Hi,   I'm a PhD student (male) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and am at the same time working full-time as a Research Associate at the TUM (main campus Arcisstr. 21) since 2017. My cousin (a male student, who will be starting his study at the TUM in winter term 2019) and I are looking for a 2 or 3-room apartment in Munich. Our range is flexible, but preferably max. €1500 or €1600 warm a month depending on the location, etc. We plan to stay more than 2 years. We are also quite flexible regarding the move-in date (Einzugstermin), preferably in July, September or October 2019, but earlier or later would be OK as well.   We are fluent in German, since my cousin was born and raised in Bavaria and I have been living in Bavaria for more than 8 years (got my Bachelor's and Master's degree also here at the TUM in Munich).   We are quiet people, are not into parties, do not have any pets and do not smoke.   Our hobbies are astronomy, mathematics, computers and learning new languages.   If you have an apartment that meets these conditions or know someone that has such apartment for rent please let us know.   Thank you very much.   Best regards
  18. Employment Agencies?

    Hello! Does anyone know of any employment agencies in Munich? Usually how it works is, you give them a copy of you CV and they contact you when they find relevant work.  I am looking for work in English, as my German is still at beginner's level.  Also, temp/temporary employment agencies would be fine!   Many thanks.