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.
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.
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 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 Heimathafen Neukölln presents a varied programme of plays, musicals, concerts, readings and new theatre forms with the motto "WE ARE THE PEOPLE'S THEATRE".
The Neuköllner Oper (Opera Neukölln) has established itself as the fourth and smallest opera house for contemporary musical theatre in Berlin. The pieces react innovatively to contemporary and social processes.
radialsystem provids an open space for the development of new types of productions and events, for the innovative and the unexpected. radialsystem is strongly linked to Berlin’s independent performance and music scene. At the same time it is a centre of attraction for world-class artists.
The Shakespeare Company Berlin has performed their modern, comic and musical spectacles on the open air stage in the middle of the idyllic nature reserve on the site of the disused Tempelhof marshalling yards since 2011.
The Theater im Delphi is a centre for art and culture in the building of the listed former silent film cinema Delphi in Berlin Weißensee. The programme includes theatre, dance, opera, concerts, performances, forums, exhibitions and many hybrid projects.
The Theatre Strahl exclusively concentrates on young people from 12 years of age. Strahl looks at themes such as love and sexuality, self determination and outside influences, drugs and violence in young people's lives.