Admiralspalast

Admiralspalast

Culture meets the clubbing scene

– © Admiralspalast

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 Admiralspalast on Berlin's Friedrichstrasse reopened in 2006 after extensive restoration work and now offers various forms of entertainment at several venues under one roof.

Major musical productions regularly enjoy notable success in the large auditorium. Klaus Maria Brandauer's production of Brecht's "Threepenny Opera" with Toten Hosen singer Campino in the role of Mackie Messer opened the new programme at the traditional theatre. This was followed by further highlights including "My Fair Lady", "The Rocky Horror Show" and, in the summer of 2009, Mel Brook's controversial cult comedy, "The Producers".

Concerts and comedy shows are also held in the main auditorium. Artists such as Max Raabe and his Palast Orchestra or Helge Schneider return time and time again to the stage at the Admiralspalast to captivate Berlin audiences with their latest offerings.

Music is becoming an increasingly important feature at the Admiralspalast. Visitors can enjoy the entire musical range here, from soul legend Solomon Burke to Jan Delay and new local talents. Every now and then, the seats in the main auditorium are folded away - then everyone parties and dances the night away until the early hours.

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Friedrichstraße 101
10117 Berlin Mitte

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