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10115 Berlin
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Volksbühne Volksbühne
am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz
Linienstraße 227
10178 Berlin (Mitte)

telephone: +49 30 24 06 55

The Volksbühne is under construction until the middle of october 2009, please check the homepage for updates!
The Volksbühne “a Theatre of the People” is one of the leading and most innovative theatres in Berlin. It was established in 1914 as a result of a grassroots people’s movement. Erwin Piscator, in the 1920s, and Benno Besson, in the 1970s, had a huge influence on the theatre. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, Frank Castorf became director-general. He turned it into perhaps the most successful, but certainly the most controversial theatre in reunified Germany.

Admiralspalast Admiralspalast
Friedrichstraße 101
10117 Berlin (Mitte)

telephone: +49 30 47997499

A special type of variety theatre opened April 20th, 1911 and it was the first of its kind in Berlin. The „Admiralspalast“ has a manifold history: a constantly changing management in the 20. century, abused by the Nazis and meeting-point for the Bohemian Society of former East Germany. In 2006 the house was renovated and ceremonially reopened. Nowadays guests are happy to visit concerts, performances or readings in the gorgeous halls. The „Admiralspalast“ offers a wide potpourri of cultural entertainment for the public.

Berliner Kabarett Anstalt-Theater
Mehringdamm 34
10961 Berlin (Kreuzberg)

telephone: +49 30 2 02 20 07
fax: +49 30 20 22 00 51

BKA means „Berliner Cabaret- Anstalt“ and it is to be found in an alternative area of Berlin named Kreuzberg. Here on the fifth floor guests may watch cabaret theatre, comedy and concerts. Some famous German artists such as Georgette Dee, Michael Mittermaier or Rosenstolz once started their career underneath a sparkling sky of small light bulbs.

Deutsches Theater
Schumannstraße 13A
10117 Berlin (Mitte)

telephone: +49 30 28 44 12 21

The „DT” (Deutsche Theater) was first opened with 600 seats in 1850, the neighboring ballroom was rebuilt at the turn of the century and opened under the name „Kammerspiele“ in 1906. Since 2006 the theatre possesses the so called Box - a third stage with 80 seats for modern plays, located in the foyer of the „Kammerspiele“ . In 2005 the „DT” was rated “Theatre of the Year”. Highlights of the program definitely are classics such as „Emilia Galotti“ and „Faust 1“.


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