Goethe-Institut London

As the cultural institute of Germany, we foster international cultural exchange and enable cultural involvement in over 100 countries worldwide.

The Goethe-Institut London is located on Exhibition Road with nearby access to world class institutions. At the Goethe-Institut London you can successfully learn German for your career, studies or everyday life. Our team will be happy to help with any questions or concerns you may have. Furthermore the Goethe-Institut London promotes international cultural cooperation by organising a broad variety


Learn German in the breeze of the summer wind: Flexible summer courses of 2 or 5 weeks!

With our superintensive courses starting soon, it's not too late to brush up on your language skills in time for a trip this summer ☀️😎 💻

Book now and get 10% off with the code TERM3 👇


🌞 Staycationing? Our July Goethe-Kino is sure to entertain, as we screen Sven O. Hill’s ‘Coup’.
Sit back and enjoy the thrilling double life of Rüdi, a sharp banker by day and a biker gang member by night. When a loophole in the banking system offers a risky opportunity, Rüdi and his friends execute a daring plan that turns the system on its head.
📅 When: 31 July 2024, 7pm
📍 Where: Goethe-Institut London
🎟️How much: £5/£3, FREE for Goethe-Institut language students and library members
For more information and to reserve your spot, click here 👇https://www.goethe.de/ins/gb/en/ver.cfm?event_id=25823365


As the school year winds down, we want to say a big THANK YOU to teachers and recognise the achievements of their pupils. 🙌

Recently, the Goethe-Institut London had the honour of hosting the German Embassy’s annual ‘Sommerfest der deutschen Sprache’. Teachers, pupils and advocates of German education came together for a buzzing party with inspiring speeches, storytelling and musical performances, an informative fair and German snacks. Attendees even got a sneak peek into illustrator Axel Scheffler's new book, ‘Wuschel auf der Erde,’ developed with the Goethe-Institut for German learners.

🏆 Gimagine Award Winners: The first pupils to complete our new self-learning programme, the Gimagine Award, received their First Finishers Prize. 🎓

🔗 Get involved: Visit goethe.de/gimagine to explore our offers for pupils, parents and teachers. Let’s inspire the next generation of German language enthusiasts! 📚


Are you a non-specialist German teacher already delivering 🇩🇪 lessons? Sign up for a fully-funded trip to Berlin, geared towards introducing German in schools or strengthening its status 👇

..and we haven't forgotten about all the specialised 🇩🇪 teachers in UK secondary schools either: would you like to elevate your German - in Berlin? Apply now for a fully-funded upskilling course in the German capital 👇

The deadline for both opportunities is 31 August 2024.


Art lovers! Want to deepen your language skills in a creative way? It's not too late to book our specialised short course on German Expressionism and - starting this week and culminating in a visit to the 'Expressionists - Kandinsky, Münter and The Blue Rider' exhibition at Tate Modern




Calling modern foreign language teachers in England!

Did you know we're working to re-energise language learning in state-maintained primary and secondary schools in England? Together with UCL's Institute of Education and the Goethe-Institut we're leading a nationwide hubs programme, funded by England's Department for Education.

You can find out more about the National Consortium for Languages Education (NCLE) here: https://ncle-language-hubs.ucl.ac.uk/

The NCLE's next CPD webinar looks at language trends, with industry experts discussing what's happening in language teaching in the UK and how it affects teachers, taking place on 17 July, 1600 BST. Register here: https://bit.ly/3VFNWaJ


Are you ready for the final in Berlin on Sunday? 🏆⚽ Wishing the England team all the best! 🦁 🤞 It’s fantastic to see the Three Lions doing so well in this tournament, and we couldn’t be happier that Germany is hosting the competition! 🙌

“Fußball verbindet” – football brings people together 🤝 Check out the impressions from our recent students’ football cup inspired by and follow us for more opportunities to connect and participate in our wide range of fun and inspiring offers for German learners 🇩🇪 🏅🎉

City of London School for Girls Tomlinscote School Ysgol Eirias


The Onleihe, Goethe-Institut's digital library, offers a wide range of new titles regularly. Below are some recommendations from the Goethe-Institut library team 👇 You can explore these and many more titles in the Onleihe library, available anytime and anywhere. Enjoy your reading!

Medientipps aus der 💫

Egal welches Alter, egal welche Interessen – in unserer digitalen Bibliothek gibt es eine vielseitige Auswahl an Büchern zum Lesen und Hören, die für alle etwas zu bieten hat. Heute möchten wir euch daraus die folgenden zwei Titel vorstellen:

📚 Theresia Enzensberger kann nicht schlafen, also schreibt sie ein Buch - über: „Schlafen" (Hanser Berlin LEBEN). Sie hangelt sich entlang an den verschiedenen Stadien, die wir in der Nacht durchleben, beleuchtet politische sowie ethische Aspekte des Schlafes, wird zunehmend persönlicher und bietet eine neue Sicht auf die Welt, die Kunst und die Literatur.

👂 Junge Hörer*innen werden im ersten Teil Maja von Vogels „Plötzlich wach!“ (Silberfisch Verlag) mitgenommen in die Geschichte von Annemie. Das Mädchen lebt in einem Wachsfigurenkabinett, das ihrer Familie gehört, und findet das alles eher verstaubt als aufregend. Bis eines Tages die Wachsfigur der Queen verschwunden ist und Annemie auf die Suche geht.

Viele weitere eBücher, Hörbücher und Filme findet ihr hier: https://www.onleihe.de/goethe-institut/frontend/welcome,0-0-0-101-0-0-0-0-0-0-0.html?fbclid=IwAR0d3LVRyCAsJ1p1YvHyVrvL64e-l9dscsQ4mlA2Vsn8TAHfxUD7qCrBS3c

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We're thrilled to support Berlin-based theatre maker Nassim Soleimanpour present the world premiere of ECHO which opens this Friday at Royal Court Theatre in London as part of LIFT Festival 2024! 🥳

The show is an uncharted theatrical odyssey where unrehearsed brilliance meets climate crisis innovation, asking, what does it mean to be an immigrant in time and space?

Fusing technology with the oldest tricks in the book, ECHO is an experiment in concept touring: an ambitious, magical, and uncompromising production where no one travels yet everybody can be present.

A stellar lineup of 15 well-known performers have bee announced. One will take to the stage each night, with no clue what is about to be asked of them. Who will you see? Fiona Shaw, Benedict Wong; Sheila Atim; Adrian Lester; Jeremy O. Harris; Rebecca Lucy Taylor aka Self Esteem; Monica Dolan; Meera Syal; Jodie Whittaker; Mawaan Rizwan; Jessica Gunning; Nick Mohammed; Toby Jones, or Kathryn Hunter? and there is one more guest star to be announced...

Directed by Omar Elerian. A co-production with LIFT.

📅 When? 13-27 July 2024
📍 Where? The Royal Court Theatre, London
💸 How much? From £15

Tickets will sell quickly – find out more and book here 👇https://www.goethe.de/ins/gb/en/ver.cfm?event_id=25774426

Photos from Goethe-Institut London's post 10/07/2024

Grueling midsummer days in Berlin, an unforgettable summer in the backwoods, and memories of childhood summers in northern Syria – today we have three summery books in our luggage, in which the shimmering summer itself plays a role. The best part: with the Goethe-Institut's Onleihe you have an entire library in your suitcase at once and you don’t have to worry about how many books will fit in your suitcase, guaranteed! 📖

In Ulrick Woelk’s 'Mittsommertage' the protagonist Ruth undergoes a series of experiences, which well and truly turn her life upside down. In her novel 'Jahrhundertsommer' Alice Grünfelder depicts an impressive family saga and a time panorama of Germany history from the 1960s to the turn of the millenium. Ronya Othmann’s debut novel 'Die Sommer' tells the story of the tenderness and anger of a world torn between Munich and Syria.

Ulrich Woelk: ‘Mittsommertage’ 👇

Alice Grünfelder: ‘Jahrhundertsommer’ 👇

Ronya Othmann: ‘Die Sommer’ 👇

You can find these and many other brilliant ebooks and audiobooks in our digital library, Onleihe – free of charge, around the clock 🕰️ Follow the link below 👇

Photos from Goethe-Institut London's post 08/07/2024

The Cultural Bridge programme has announced two further years of funding intercultural exchange between Germany and the UK. Applications for 2025-2026 open this October.

This is an opportunity for arts and cultural organisations with proven expertise in working with communities through social arts practice, to forge or develop a bilateral partnership to exchange and explore ideas.

The application portal will open Tuesday 15 October and close on Tuesday 26 November 2024. Read the full guidance and register your interest in matchmaking support by following the link below 👇

celebrates bilateral partnerships between the UK and Germany through the collaboration between Arts Council England, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, British Council, Creative Scotland, Fonds Soziokultur, Goethe-Institut London and Wales Arts International/ Arts Council of Wales


Who's excited for the Germany vs Spain game this evening? 🥳 We've got some German football vocabulary for you to brush up on whether you're watching the EUROs live in Germany or from your sofa ⚽️ Share your match predictions below 👇

Still haven’t checked out our .deutsch TikTok channel or Instagram page? Our TikTok videos are one way to make learning your prepositions, cases and articles a little bit easier (hopefully) 🤞 Give us a follow today for informative and fun German language posts 🇩🇪💭

If you’re ready to take the next step to learn German at the Goethe-Institut or online, follow the link below 👇



Through two special editions of the Talking Culture podcast, we delve into the Synthetic Sacred, looking at some of our most high-tech creations - in particular, bio-digital convergence and the emergence of synthetic life.

Our guests are artists Agnieszka Kurant and Anicka Yi, scientists Johannes Vogel and Michael Levin, and Mohawk scholar, Keith Williams.

Curated by Lucy Rose Sollitt, these discussions grapple with questions of control, harmony, and emergent relationships between synthetic and natural life forms, offering listeners a thought-provoking journey into the complexities of these evolving paradigms.

To listen to Episodes 19 and 20 now, follow the link below:

Image copyrights from left to right: Ben Fisher Photography, Leo Darwin Vogel, Keith Williams, Lucy Sollitt, M. Scott Brauer and Janek Zamoyski.

Museum für Naturkunde Berlin Tufts University

Photos from Goethe-Institut London's post 02/07/2024

Inspired by the thrilling in Germany, we partnered with the Deutsche Schule London to organise a special one-day football cup for students last Friday. ⚽🏆

The event was a huge success: 13 teams from 7 schools competed in an action-packed tournament, and with team names like “Die Kleinen Klopps”, “Brezel”, “Ende der Straße” and “Goodbye Lenin!”, it was clear that these young athletes meant business!

The teams had travelled from far and wide (Wales! Liverpool! Dartford!) and brought their A-game to the pitch. The atmosphere was electric as they competed throughout the day.

Off the pitch, there was plenty of entertainment, too. Plus, the young athletes were rewarded with bespoke football shirts, medals, trophies and prizes. Beyond the competition, the spirit of fair play prevailed throughout the day, and everyone enjoyed themselves and made lots of happy memories! 👕🏅

City of London School for Girls Tomlinscote School Ysgol Eirias

Photos from Goethe-Institut London's post 01/07/2024

👀 New film on Goethe on Demand! Every month, the Goethe-Institut's film streaming platform makes one film available to watch for free. 📺

The series ‘City, Country, River’ centres on the variety of German cities, villages, and landscapes. The films focus on regions and places away from the well-known big cities and invite you to explore different facets of life in Germany. 🖼

Our film of the month in July is the film ‘Vacation’ (Thomas Arslan, 2007).

Summer, sun, holiday season, a remote country house in the Uckermarck and a family group picture that falls apart piece by piece. Thomas Arslan's ‘Vacation’ is the portrait of a family spanning four generations, whose story is told through various love stories.

Streaming free of charge until 31 July on our platform 👇


Sein? Bleiben?? Essen??? Irregular verbs are unpredictable!

Which ones do you struggle with? Or maybe you have some handy tips you've learned to memorise them that you'd like to share in the comments? ⬇️

Access texts to practice German grammar (especially those irregular verbs!) through our Onleihe, the free E-library. https://www.goethe.de/onleihe

Need more help? It's still not too late to sign up for our July intensive courses that start next week. Learn more and sign up here: https://www.goethe.de/ins/gb/en/spr.html

Photos from Bismuto Estudio's post 27/06/2024
Photos from Goethe-Institut London's post 27/06/2024

We had such a fantastic time during Great Exhibition Road Festival! 🌟 From record-breaking visitor numbers to delightful weather (at least on the Sun-day☀️), it was a memorable event. At the Goethe-Institut, we hosted drop-in workshops for all ages, including German taster sessions, calming yoga and hands-on arts and crafts. 🎨🧘‍♂️🇩🇪

If you enjoyed your first German lessons, we’d love to have you in one of our language classes soon. You can find all the information about our courses on the website goethe.de/london. Viel Spaß! 😊📚

Being part of this incredible celebration of science and the arts was a joy, and we extend our heartfelt thanks to the organisers! 🙌 Mark your calendars for next year’s Festival on 7 & 8 June 2025, and stay tuned for updates by following Great Exhibition Road Festival. 🗓️🎉

Did you come along? Let us know what you thought and help make next year even better 👉 https://ow.ly/AQOg50SjEiX

Photos: Blue Forest Photography

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On June 11, Christina Morina received the German Non-Fiction Prize 2024 for her book ‘Tausend Aufbrüche: Die Deutschen und ihre Demokratie seit den 1980er Jahren’. This award recognises outstanding non-fiction works in their original German-language editions.

If you’d like to expand your horizons without leaving your sofa, we recommend these three non-fiction books from the Onleihe.

Christina Morina: ‘Tausend Aufbrüche. Die Deutschen und ihre Demokratie seit den 1980er Jahren’

Jens Beckert: ‘Verkaufte Zukunft. Warum der Kampf gegen den Klimawandel zu scheitern droht’

Frauke Rostalski: ‘Die vulnerable Gesellschaft. Die neue Verletzlichkeit als Herausforderung der Freiheit’


🕹️ From the liminal to the sublime… if you're a game-maker or artist interested in unexpected game design, we invite you to attend the 10th Now Play This Game Design Labs later this week! 🏆

Part creative conference with talks and workshops, part game jam, this three-day programme is your chance to develop your skills and design, playtest and share some new game prototypes with fellow gamers across five different sites around the world. 💡

📅 When? 27-29 June 2024
📍 Where? Goethe-Institut London
🎟️ How much? free, registration essential

🔗 For more about the Design Lab in London and to sign up, visit the link below 👇


Sitting in the classroom with your fellow language learners and your teacher, you feel pretty confident about your German abilities - then you go to Germany and it's a bit of a shock! ✈️🌍

Everyone feels like this when they're learning a language but remember, you're always doing much better than you think you are.

Try not be nervous about immersing yourself and putting your German good use while you’re there. Use it as an opportunity to flex what you already know 💪

If you want any extra support in practicing your spoken German, sign up for one of our conversation courses or stop by the library to check out our language learning resources!

Get 10% off group courses with the code TERM3

Learn more: https://www.goethe.de/ins/gb/en/spr.html


Not only can you catch 'No One's with the Calves' online until 30 June, but if you're in London, you're in for a treat as we're showing the film on the big screen as part of our Goethe-Kino next Wednesday, 26 June. Reserve your seat 👇

Five houses, one bus stop, cows, and nothing but fields. Sabrina Sarabi's NO ONE'S WITH THE CALVES is streaming on until June 30 as part of "CITY, COUNTRY, RIVER—A Cinematic Journey Across Germany" film series exploring everyday realities in underrepresented parts of Germany, with a new film offered every month. https://stadtlandfluss.goethe-on-demand.de/movies/niemand-ist-bei-den-kalbern-dfwyho

🎬 About the movie:
24-year-old Christin lives on a farm in Mecklenburg with her boyfriend Jan and his family. The exciting post-reunification years that defined her childhood are long gone. Her relationship is loveless, and she keeps the cherry liqueur close at hand. In the shimmering heat of summer, time seems to stand still—until 46-year-old wind energy engineer, Klaus, arrives.

Photos from KINO Germany Now UK's post 20/06/2024

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Our dirty questions to Christian Friedel - DMovies 19/06/2024

Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity this Saturday ⬇️⬇️⬇️

Our dirty questions to Christian Friedel - DMovies DMovies' editor Victor Fraga interviews one of the most talented German actors of the present day as he arrives in the UK for a very special celebration of German cinema, during the 32nd edition of Raindance; they talk about The White Ribbon, The Zone of Interest, scripted dialogues, spontaneity, co...

Photos from Goethe-Institut London's post 19/06/2024

Raindance Spotlight: Eternal You (Hans Block & Moritz Riesewieck, 2024) – London Premiere and Q&A with Director Hans Block

Nominated for Best Documentary Feature ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Can a digital entity compensate for the loss of a loved one? Following tech start-ups developing ‘digital doppelgangers,’ with the help of AI and Big Data, Eternal You examines the story of people who live on as digital replicants in the pockets of their loved ones.

A nuanced, sensitive and timely documentary, Eternal You explores the ethical issues presented by the fledgling digital afterlife industry. It’s a business which aims to bring comfort to the recently bereaved, a business which claims that artificial intelligence can help human beings to process that most personal of experiences: grief.

📅 When? Thu 20 Jun, 9 PM
📍 Where? Curzon Soho
💸 How much? £15

Returning with its 32nd edition, the indie film festival Raindance has teamed up with German Films this year to bring a focus on German cinema to London. 📽

Munich-based German Films are celebrating their 70th anniversary this year, and with Germany being the festival's Guest of Honour, we can look foward to an interesting showcase that includes opening gala 'Cuckoo' and a special screening of Palme-d’Or-winning 'The White Ribbon', followed by a masterclass with actor Christian Friedel, who will also talk about playing the male lead in 'The Zone of Interest'.

🔗 Last few tickets remaining! Book your spot for all screenings now via the link below 👇

KINO Germany Now UK German Films Raindance DogWoof Emil Block
Moritz Riesewieck Curzon


Thank you to everyone who came to The Great Exhibition Road Festival over the weekend!

We loved being part of this incredible celebration of science and the arts. Save the date for next year's Festival now to make sure you don't miss out (7-8 June 2025)!

Did you come along? Let us know what you thought and help make next year even better 👇

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This month's Goethe-Kino is Sabrina Sarabi intense 'No One's with the Calves' 📽️

Five houses, one bus stop, cows, and nothing but fields. It is high summer in the middle of nowhere in Mecklenburg where Christin lives on the farm with her long-term boyfriend Jan. In the heat time seems to stand still; until a wind energy engineer arrives from Hamburg and sets her world spinning again.

Based on the hit 2017 novel of the same name by Alina Herbing, this film challenges the rural idyll based on the author's own experiences in the context of the disillusionment of post-reunification Germany.

📅 When? Wednesday 26 June 2024, 7pm
📍 Where? Goethe-Institut London
🎟️ How much? £5/£3, free for Goethe-Institut language students and library members

For more information and to reserve your space, follow the link below 👇


Komplett Kafka opens tomorrow, please join us:

Private View: Tuesday 18th June, 6pm-8pm at 12 Star Gallery

Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of Franz Kafka...

Join us for the Private View of the ''Komplett Kafka'' exhibition - and the launch of the Kafka(esque) Season 2024 - which we organise together with European Parliament in the UK, Goethe-Institut London, austrian cultural forum london, and Cine Lumiere to mark 100 years since the death of the influential author.

REGISTER for free entry https://bit.ly/KomplettKafka_PrivateView_18June


Join us for the private viewing of the exhibition "Komplett Kafka" and the launch of the Kafka(esque) Season 2024. The exhibition shows excerpts from the biographical comic of Kafka’s life & work, written and drawn by Nicolas Mahler.
The exhibition allows you to immerse yourself in Kafka’s world on the 100th anniversary of his death.

Private view: 18 June at 18.00
12 Star Gallery 32 Smith Square SW1P 3EU London

ℹ️ This exhibition was organised in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut London the austrian cultural forum london and the Czech Centre London.

Register at the Eventbrite link in the comments below 👇

Literaturhaus Stuttgart


So close to getting it right! 🥴

It can be tricky trying to remember all the different parts of German grammar you need to apply when speaking the language. Still, even if you make a mistake, it isn't the end of the world and every mistake helps you to practice and learn! 🤓

Come visit our library in person or check out our digital library, Onleihe, for German learning supports! 🙌

Want to dig deeper? Browse our upcoming German courses and get 10% off group courses with the code TERM3 https://www.goethe.de/ins/gb/en/sta/lon/kur.html


Talking Culture #20: ‘Biotechnologies and the Web of Life’ is now available 🎧

We are joined by Anicka Yi (Award-winning conceptual artist), Keith Williams (Mohawk scholar) and Lucy Rose Sollitt (Researcher and cultural programmer). Together, we ask questions about the place of indigenous cosmologies and thought within the context of biotechnologies and the psychedelic renaissance.

Episode 20 was curated by Lucy Rose Sollitt who wanted us to ponder: What new pathways of understanding - and action - could arise, if we assessed the creations of biotech according to indigenous cultural and moral codes?

Talking Culture is a platform for thought-provoking discussions about the future of Europe, the UK, and the world 🎙️

To listen to the full episode, follow the link below 👇

Special thanks to our producer and host Lucy Rowan.

Photos from Philipp Rumsch's post 12/06/2024

Get ready to flourish! 🌱 The Great Exhibition Road Festival is your gateway to a captivating fusion of science and art this weekend! 🎨🔬

🗓️ Mark 15 & 16 June in your calendar because we can’t wait to welcome you to an exciting FREE programme for the whole family! 🤩

Here at the Goethe-Institut, we’re turning up the creativity dial with drop-in workshops for all ages. From German taster sessions to zen-inducing yoga and hands-on arts and crafts, there’s something for everyone. 🎨 And that’s not all! Our cinema is rolling out the red carpet for a stellar selection of short films that’ll transport you to otherworldly realms. 🎥

🔗 Check out our website for all the details, including workshop timings. See you there! ⏰ 👇

P.S. 📢 Unlock the secret code: Bring your proof of address and snag a FREE year of library membership! 📖🔐

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We offer modern and diverse language courses and educational opportunities which highlight the advantages of learning German for a successful career, studies or everyday life. Throughout the year, we host various cultural events and organise artist residencies in collaboration with selected partners. Our library and information service offers media on German literature, arts, society and history. Electronic media can be accessed 24/7 via our eLibrary. Our team will be happy to help with any questions or concerns you may have. You can also visit our website for further information, languages courses and events: www.goethe.de/uk

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