The Acker Stadt Palast in Berlin's Mitte district is a place where established artists and newcomers meet to experiment and reflect upon contemporary discourses.
The ACUD Theatre in Berlin's Mitte district has been a place for young, innovative and diverse theatre since 1990, building bridges between acting, dance, performing art, clowning and puppetry.
The Admiralspalast is one of Berlin's most historical places of entertainment. The programme includes international rock shows, rock/pop concerts, musicals and comedy shows.
The theatre's performances of the Astrid-Lindgren-Bühne whisk the young audiences away to a world of adventure, poetry and music.
The prizewinning repertoire by the ATZE Musikteater for young children and their families includes adaptations of modern children's book classics, fairy stories as well as own productions.
aufBruch (breakout) prison theatre is an independent theatre project in Berlin that artistically examines social and political processes and cycles. The prison institution itself serves as aufBruch's prime example.
The Ballhaus Naunynstraße has become a focal point for artists predominantly from first or second generation immigrant backgrounds since its re-opening in 2008.
Ballhaus Ost is a venue for independent theatre, performance and dance. It is a place to discover and experience new forms of artistic examination of contemporary living conditions.
The glittering mirror tent of the BAR JEDER VERNUNFT has been the home to the crème de la crème of cabaret, chanson, entertainment and comedy for more than twenty years.
The Berliner Ensemble is named after Bertolt Brecht’s world famous company and is one of the most famous theatres in Germany. It concentrates on contemporary writing and topics, following the tradition of Brecht and Heiner Müller.
Berliner Festspiele stand for a cultural programme where the new becomes visible. All year round, Berliner Festspiele host a multitude of festivals, exhibitions and individual events in the Haus der Berliner Festspiele and the Gropius Bau.
The lively productions of the Berliner Kindertheater (Children's Theatre Berlin) have delighted children between 4 and 10 years old and their families for nearly thirty years.
Since 2000 the Berliner Kriminal Theater (Criminal Theatre Berlin) situated in the former Transformation Station East shows classics and bestsellers from criminal literature with a fixed ensemble cast.
The Berliner Philharmonie by the architect Hans Scharoun, is one of Berlin's prominent landmarks. Since its opening in 1963 it has become the concert hall of the Berliner Philharmoniker.
In the small theatre artists are singing and performing in Berlin dialect, with chansons by Erich Kästner, Kurt Tucholsky, Claire Waldoff as well as contemporary music.
The Berliner Kabarett Anstalt (The Berlin Cabaret Institute), a jewel among cabaret theatres, has resided in Kreuzberg since 1988. The BKA presents cabaret, comedy, entertainment shows, improvised theatre, concerts, singer-songwriters and crazy musicals.
A new cultural space, Blackmore's has found a home in a former bank in the Wilmersdorf district of Berlin. Since 2014, the charming salon has hosted classical music, jazz and soul as well as readings and exhibitions.
Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, all BLUE MAN GROUP presentations have to be cancelled until September 2021.
The Brotfabrik is an independent venue for touring shows and Berlin's independent scene. The programme evidence a diverse range of forms and genres, from plays, performance, dance and musical theatre to improvisation, puppet and object theatre.
The Chamäleon Theatre in the Hackeschen Höfe presents top-class contemporary circus shows with a mix of spectacular acrobatics, live music ranging from rock to chanson, dance and performing.
The Weite Theatre (The Broad Theatre) located on the Parkaue is the home of professional puppetry and acting. Productions for children are shown almost daily and every weekend there are shows for the whole family.
The Deutsche Oper Berlin's international musical reputation is sealed by conductors such as Bruno Walter, Lorin Maazel, Christian Thielemann or Donald Runnicles. The current repertoire is distinguished by modern approaches to the great classical as well as contemporary operas.