Munich's Top 10 : Small Theatres & Cabarets - Top 10 Stars of Music & Theatre

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  1. Pasinger Fabrik

    Theatre Much Noise About Nothing is the name of the largest stage of this alternative cultural centre, located next to the U-Bahn station in Pasing. The centre includes a space for children’s and youth theatre, a venue for musical performances, and a cafeteria, which serves delicious food.

  2. Komödie im Bayerischen Hof

    Comedies, musicals, and revues, often with well-known stars, are the mainstays of this elegant and luxurious theatre in the famous Bayerischer Hof.

  3. Theater 44

    This intimate space in Schwabing is home to Munich’s oldest, privately operated theatre. Close proximity to the actors ensures patrons enjoy a special experience.

  4. TamS-Theater

    You’ll find the TamS in a rear courtyard in the heart of Schwabing. Founded in 1970 by Philip Arp, it gained fame with his Valentinaden evenings, which continued the tradition of the great comedian and his droll and scurrilous humour. TamS continues to stage unusual and paradoxical productions.

  5. TeamTheater

    Teamtheater Tankstelle is the name of the larger stage, and Teamtheater Comedy is its smaller sister. Enjoy the spectacle on stage while savouring culinary delights.

  6. Schauburg

    One of the most renowned stages for young people’s theatre yet equally enjoyable for adults. Set up in a converted cinema, Schauburg is celebrated for its innovative work with new theatrical forms.

  7. Blutenburgtheater

    “Germany’s first stage for mysteries” lives up to its name. Mysteries make up this theatre’s highly entertaining and gripping programme.

  8. Metropol

    Characterized by a 1950s aesthetic, this former cinema was converted into a theatre and has gained an excellent reputation for distinguished performances, frequently accompanied by music.

  9. Lach- und Schieß gesellschaft

    This cabaret gained fame in the 1950s under the direction of Dieter Hildebrandt and became even more popular later when a TV series was made of it. The cast has changed but the programme has remained the same – political cabaret with a bite.

  10. Theater im Fraunhofer

    This down-to-earth pub offers not only hearty Bavarian treats but also a small stage for music, cabaret, and satire in the back.

Top 10 Stars of Music & Theatre

  1. Richard Strauss

    The composer (1864–1949) was born in Munich.

  2. Frank Wedekind

    In 1896, the playwright and author (1864–1918) founded a satirical journal, Simplicissimus, in Munich.

  3. Otto Falckenberg

    Falckenberg (1873–1947), artistic director of the Münchner Kammerspiele (1917–44).

  4. Karl Valentin

    Still a popular figure, the comedian who turned things upside down and inside out was a Munich native (1882–1948).

  5. Weiß Ferdl

    Ferdinand Weisheitinger (1883–1949) was artistic director of the Am Platzl cabaret for 20 years.

  6. Liesl Karlstadt

    Fondly remembered as Karl Valentin’s congenial on-stage sidekick (1892–1960).

  7. Carl Orff

    Famous for Carmina Burana, the Munich composer (1895–1982) taught at the Conservatory of Music.

  8. Bertolt Brecht

    Originally from Augsburg, the playwright’s (1898–1956) career began at the Münchner Kammerspiele.

  9. August Everding

    Munich’s music scene was dominated for decades by August Everding (1928–99), dramatist and artistic director of the Staatsoper.

  10. Rainer Werner Fassbinder

    He won international fame with his films  but his career began in the Bavarian capital, where he founded the “antitheater” in 1968.

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