16 — 21 October 2018: Germany’s largest queer film festival shows anything from feel-good films to documentaries about all things queer.
18 Oct 2018 — 17 Mar 2019, MKG: The exhibition shows what moved people around the world in 1968 to speak out through culture and revolt.
Sun 21 Oct 2018, Hanseviertel Passage: From handmade design, upcycled items to organic food products, it all supports the motto "Buy local!"
27 & 28 Oct 2018, Kampnagel: Dancers of the Hamburg Ballet, Staatsballet Berlin and Tokyo Ballet perform the work of young choreographers.
18 Oct — 17 Nov 2018, popstreet.shop Gallery: Airbrush artist MicArt63 shows his work inspired by Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.
By way of American pop culture, Halloween has found its way into the hearts and minds of horror buffs in Hamburg.
Sep — Oct 2018: A celebration of beer, brass bands and lederhosen — Hamburg too has its version of this Bavarian event.
15 Oct – 4 Nov 2018: International artists living in Hamburg show their newest creations in film, music, theatre, dance, art and literature.
Sun 28 Oct, Museum der Arbeit: Colourful, lively and unique – BESONDERS showcases creative products for design lovers and foodies alike.
16 Sep ─ 11 Nov 2018: After kicking off with World Kids' Festival, KinderKinder continues with performances from all over the world.
7 Jun 2018 — 6 Jan 2019, Bucerius Art ForumThe exhibition features both Corbijn’s iconic portraits of artists and his autobiographical series.
7 Sep — 4 Nov 2018: Apple picking season is in full swing. How about a bike trip through the plantations of Altes Land for a little tasting?
Every Wednesday, Spielbudenplatz St. Pauli. Like so much in St. Pauli, its weekly farmer's market is quite unusual: it opens at 4 pm and runs until late.
Until 5 May 2019, Stage Theatre: The award-winning Mary Poppins hit musical has been casting its spell on Hamburg. Join the magic!