Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra:

Deutsches Theater:

  1. Staatsoper Unter den Linden

    Both the theatre troupe and the orchestra of the venerable Berlin Opera enjoy top reputations. No where else can you see so many top stars of classical music. During refurbishment from mid-2010 to 2013, performances will take place at Schillertheater, Bismarckstr. 110.

    • 030 20 35 45 55

  2. Philharmonie

    Germany’s “temple” of classical music still presents the best performers in the world. Designed by Scharoun, the concert hall has unique acoustics, much appreciated by artists and audience alike. Concerts by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra are very popular and are often sold out for weeks ahead .

    • Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1

    • Box Office: 3–6pm Mon–Fri, 11am–2pm Sat–Sun

    • 030 25 48 89 99

    The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  3. Deutsche Oper

    Berlin’s most modern opera house, with its elegant retro-design, was built in 1961 on the site of the former Deutsches Opernhaus, which was destroyed during World War II. The controversial 88 slabs of washed-out concrete, chosen by Architect Fritz Bornemann for the main façade, replaced the classic columned portico that once stood here and led critics to accuse the building of lacking artistic formation. Opera, ballet and concerts are held here along with an extensive children’s programme.

    • Bismarckstrasse 35

    • 030 34 38 43 43

  4. Chamäleon-Varieté

    The lack of technology is more than made up for with much wit and ingenuity by the small, alternative Chamäleon stage. If you are seated in the front row, you are likely to get pulled onto the stage.

    • Rosenthaler Str. 40–1, Hackesche Höfe

    • 8pm Tue–Fri, 7pm, 10pm Sat, 7pm Sun

    • 030 4000 59 30

  5. Bar jeder Vernunft

    This venue, whose name means “devoid of all reason”, is Berlin’s most popular comedy theatre. The cabaret offers a humorous and, at times, romantic programme of songs and chansons, reviews, cabaret, slapstick and comedy, all under the roof of an amazing mirror tent dating from the 1920s. Many stars of the international and German cabaret scene can be seen regularly among the performers here: for example Tim Fischer, Georgette Dee, the Pfister Sisters and Gayle Tufts, as well as older stars such as Otto Sander.

    • Schaperstr. 24

    • (car park Freie Volksbühne)

    • Box office open noon–7pm Mon–Sat, 3–7pm Sun & hols

    • 030 883 15 82

    Inside the mirror tent: Bar jeder Vernunft
  6. Deutsches Theater

    Performances at the German Theatre, one of the best German-language venues, include mainly classic plays in the tradition of Max Reinhardt. Experimental theatre by young playwrights is performed at the DT Baracke.

    • Schumannstr. 13

    • 7:30pm daily

    • 030 28 44 12 25

  7. Theater des Westens

    For two decades, this theatre has been producing its own shows, such as La Cage aux Folles, and now shows guest productions such as Les Misérables and Hair.

    • Kantstr. 12

    • 7:30pm Tue–Fri, 2:30pm & 7:30pm Sat & Sun

    • 01805 44 44

    In the Theater des Westens
  8. Friedrichstadtpalast

    The long-legged dancers in Friedrichstadtpalast are as popular today as they were in the 1920s in their legendary former venue, which was damaged during World War II. Long celebrated as the “world’s greatest variety show”, the performances have today become even more spirited and entertaining.

    • Friedrichstr. 107

    • Box Office 030 23 26 23 26

  9. Hebbel am Ufer

    The Hebbel am Ufer has attained cult status in Berlin, thanks to its modern and varied programme of concerts, dance and song. Top performers from around the world appear here.

    • Hallesches Ufer 32

    • 7:30pm daily

    • 030 25 90 04 27

  10. Volksbühne

    Frank Castorf has transformed this former Socialist stage into a theatre, which has become famous for its classy, and at times controversial performances.

    • Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz

    • 030 240 657 77

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