How to do that? So much is to be betrayed, we need said apple tea, the fairy Appelina, lots of books and Lea, Jule and Ben, who we know from the last Young Show, 'Spiel mit der Zeit'. This time, they do not shake time with a broken game console, but go on fantasy journeys with their new classmate Mayla - reading books.
'Im Labyrinth der Bücher' is an independent story that requires no prior knowledge. Lea, Jule and Ben are already known to 150,000 young guests from the previous Young Show. The feature film 'Lampenfieber', which accompanies the development of that show, had its celebrated world premiere at the 69th Berlinale ("tender, touching, worth seeing", BR Klassik).
The young ensemble is the largest children's and youth ensemble in Europe with 280 kids and teenagers from over 20 nations. It was awarded the Culture Prize of the State of Berlin and the German Children's Culture Prize for outstanding achievements in working with children by the German Children's Fund.
Our Young Shows are special and unique in these dimensions: Children play for children from 5 years. Each performance features over 100 children and teenagers on the largest theater stage in the world. They take on all the roles, including the leading roles.
The shows are traditionally mostly sold out. A timely booking is therefore recommended.
From the 17th of November to the 31st of January
Tickets from 9.80 euros, adults from 19.80 euros
Prices for school classes on request
Recommended minimum age: five years
No admission for children under three years