Venues

Venues

The world is one giant theatre, and Berlin is one of its most beautiful stages. Large opera houses and show arenas lie next to small independent theatres, while traditional houses stand beside modern acting workshops. The many events in Berlin are so diverse, and their requirements for a suitable location are so varying, from the vast Arena to the large concert hall, from an open-air theatre to a small club cellar – every event here finds a fitting venue.

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As from september 07th, 2014 the theatre will be closed for a while. New opening times available on the website. The Puppentheater Abakus (Abakus Puppet Theatre)...
The Acker Stadt Palast was founded in its current form in 2012 by the Verein Freie Bühne Mitte e.V., although the charming courtyard theatre on Ackerstraße has been...
When opportunities seemed limitless In 1990, the year that saw the demise of the German Democratic Republic and subsequent reunification of the two German states,...
A legendary entertainment venue dating back to the 1920s, the Admiralspalast still offers a varied programme from theatre to concerts, and from musicals to parties. The...
Agora is a project space based in Neukölln that hosts people and projects based on a philosophy that reflects the values of its community: diversity, self-organisation...
When you go off the beaten path in Berlin, you have the chance to discover some wonderful places outside the city centre that tell as much about the history of Berlin....
Today, this 7,000 sqm venue at the edge of the Spree River is the site for countless concerts, fairs and parties – but the building complex in Berlin’s Treptow district...
Ronja Räubertochter (Ronia the Robber's Daughter), the Bremer Stadtmusikanten (Town Musicians of Bremen), the physicist Albert Einstein, and the composer Johann...
The independent exhibition space Autocenter is celebrating its 14th anniversary this year. It was founded in 2001 by the artists Maik Schierloh and Joep van Liefland in...
The Ballhaus Naunynstraße theatre, dating from 1983, was re-opened in 2008 following renovation under the patronage of the film maker Fatih Akin. With Shermin Langhoff...
The independent theatre scene in Berlin has found a permanent venue at Ballhaus Ost. Since 2006, more than one hundred events have taken place here every year including...
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’Bar jeder Vernunft’ is worth a visit just for its unique venue value alone. The ‘Danse Paleis’, which was created in 1912, was originally used as a seasonal ballroom...
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From Max Reinhardt to Bertolt Brecht and Helene Weigel to Heiner Müller and Claus Peymann: the Berlin Ensemble writes and embodies theatre history from its very...
The Berliner KinderTheater (Berlin Children's Theater) has been putting on plays for audiences aged between four and ten years ever since November 1986, making it one of...
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Electrifying suspense and exciting entertainment: at Berlin’s ‘Criminal’ theatre, gooseflesh is guaranteed! The theatre located at the Umspannwerk.Ost offers great...
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Wearing costumes appropriate to the period, the Berlin Residence Orchestra presents the finest musical treasures of the 17th and 18th centuries and promises unique...
This traditional Berlin symphony orchestra was founded in 1967 as the Symphonische Orchester Berlin and changed to its current name in 1990. It resulted from a merger of...
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In 1988, a couple of comedians got stuck in and transformed the legendary “Dachluke” discotheque into the Berliner Kabarett Anstalt (“Berlin Comedy Workshop”), BKA, for...
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This is where the stars of the comedy and cabaret scene frequent: Dieter Hallervorden’s cabaret stage has been the big name in great entertainment and biting satire...
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The Hackesche Höfe in Berlin-Mitte are among the most interesting specimens of architecture in Berlin. The various inner courtyards, which are connected to each other,...
A house as a mirror of history CHAUSSEE 36 is a former residence of Prussian army officers, built in 1886. Many historic elements of the building survived the turbulent...
The literature club Chaussee der Enthusiasten does not perform anymore.
This former Cistercian monastery is one of Brandenburg’s most outstanding brick gothic structures. For many decades now, its fascinating architecture and the beauty of...
The Bar Comedy Club Kookaburra in the art scene district of Prenzlauer Berg offers live entertainment every night of the week. Well-known national and international...
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The corbo is housed in a former machine factory opposite the Görlitzer Park in the Kreuzberg district of Berlin. The two operators, dieFENDEL and Lisa Zenner, are...
This multiple award-winning theatre offers top quality puppet theatre for children and adults. Alongside traditional puppetry, the theatre team also works to...
The “dbb Forum Berlin” offers premises for conferences and meetings in the heart of Berlin, directly on the Friedrichsstrasse. Eleven rooms of different size are spread...
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The opera house with its clear lines and inauspicious, plain exterior concentrates only on the important: presenting grand opera in world-class quality. The new building...
The radio orchestras and choirs of Berlin are closely associated with the history of broadcasting in Germany and are now renowned for their public concerts. The Deutsche...
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The highly acclaimed ensemble of the Deutsches Theater Berlin has been at home in this elegant building with its classicist façade since 1883. In earlier times, the...
Kino International – © Yorck Kinogruppe

Five minutes’ walking distance from Alexanderplatz. Huge hand-painted film posters hang on the sandstone façade of the postmodern building from the 60’s. Though its architecture is striking from the outside, the building’s most impressive features are found inside. With its magnificent chandeliers, retro eastern European style, red armchairs and huge glass front, the cinema’s foyer is a highlight in itself. Be it premieres or gay parties, this cinema hosts all sorts of events where glamorous VIPs mix with students, film lovers and party people.