Lisanne Brouwer

Dutch born and bred, Lisanne holds a Liberal Arts and Sciences BA, is passionate about Diversity and Cultural Studies and likes theatre, art museums, cooking, trying out new restaurants and singing in the shower. After a great few months in Vienna with METROPOLE, an MA in Arts Administration & Cultural Policy at Goldsmiths, University of London is up next.

Restrained Young Lovers in On Chesil Beach

Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle are two lovers brought down by repressive times. A decade after starring in Atonement and getting an Academy Award ...

Promised Land | America’s “Fat Elvis” Period

For director Eugene Jarecki, “Fat Elvis” is a metaphor for a country in crisis. If you watch Promised Land expecting a pleasant two-hour feature ...

Our Top 5 Picks to Stream in June

There’s so much good television on streaming websites, to say nothing of the films. It’s impossible to keep track of what is worth your while. And wh...

Anarchy & Absurdity | English Mondays at the Schauspielhaus

English Mondays at the Schauspielhaus are a mad scientist’s laboratory of experimental theater. An effective antidote to theatrical ennui, the anarc...

Metropole’s Top 5 Picks to Stream this May

There’s so much good television on streaming websites, to say nothing of the films. It’s impossible to keep track of what is worth your while. Use tho...

Get a Glimpse of the Man Behind ‘The Kiss’

The Klimt Villa offers an insightful glance into the private life of the iconic painter. “I am convinced that I am not particularly interesting a...

Retrospective | Anton Romako

A big retrospective presents outstanding works from Anton Romako, a painter ahead of his time. One of the great pioneers of Modernism, Anton Romako...