Frank Sinatra, Elvis or ABBA – the show goes on in Berlin. Let’s hear it for Stars in Concert!
Dry desert air, noisy slot machines and neon lettering are not what you’d associate with Berlin, but the city can offer you a taste of Las Vegas glamour at the Estrel Showtheater.
The Stars in Concert show features musical greats who you can’t see live any more – legends such as Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley or Michael Jackson. OK, strictly speaking it’s their lookalikes, but they look and sound uncannily like the real thing. When they belt out their classics from the 1930s to the present in their perfectly staged shows, the whole audience are on their feet.
The classics at the Estrel include the famous Elvis Presley impersonator Graham Patrick with Elvis – The Show. And Thank You For The Music - The ABBA Story and the Beatles musical All You Need Is Love! bring the legendary bands’ unforgettable moments to life on the stage.
At the Estrel Showtheater Berlin it's "Its Showtime!" all year round: The Stars in Concert are on stage every week from Thursday to Sunday and present their varied programme. Whether ABBA or the Blues Brothers, Madonna or Cher: "Stars in Concert" has them all.
At the Estrel you can also book show concepts tailored to individual wishes, such as dinner music, close-up magic or aerial acrobatics. And the "Stars in Concert" also put on their sparkling shows in other locations.
Restaurants at the Estrel Berlin
Whether it's lunch, dinner or the end of the show, you can combine your visit to the Stars in Concert with a delicious meal. In the atrium of the Estrel Hotel you will find several restaurants and bars, including the "Portofino" with Italian delicacies or the "Grill", the Estrel's own steakhouse. And when the weather is nice, you can sit in the "Waterfront" summer garden and relive the highlights of the show.
Getting to the Estrel
Many roads lead to the Estrel Show Theatre. You can park your car in the multi-storey car park and in the 400 parking spaces on Sonnenallee. Or you can take the S-Bahn to the Sonnenallee stop.