Dear Berlin Visitors! Berlin is not only a city, but also a federal state. Accordingly, this city holds ready an incredible variety of services for you. We have put together a selection which not purports to be complete or representative.
We just want to provide a little help and give incentives. For further advice or ticket reservations, please call our colleagues at the reception with help and support! We wish you a pleasant stay in Berlin!
Musicals in Berlin
MAMMA MIA – Theater des Westens
MAMMA MIA! is a wonderful love story, told through 22 of the greatest hits of ABBA, including “Dancing Queen,” “The Winner Takes It All”, “Knowing Me, Knowing You” and of course “Mamma Mia”. It’s about the courage to realize his dreams, love, friendship, family and the importance of the past for the happiness of the future.
Hinterm Horizont – Udo Lindenberg – Theater at Potsdamer Platz
Udo Lindenberg is one of the most colorful, most popular and most creative personalities of our country. His life story is as impressive as crazy that they would provide enough material for several musicals same …
Blue Man Group – at Bluemax Theater
The new Blue Man Group in Berlin with even more fun, more action and simply MORE WOW. They are curious, energetic and fit into any category - with its extraordinary mix of rocking concert atmosphere, first-class comedy and incredible technical effects inspired the three blue men of BLUE MAN GROUP worldwide more than 25 million viewers.
Theater in Berlin
Theater and Comedy at Kurfürstendamm
In our immediate vicinity can be found the Theater and Comedy at ‘Kudamm’. The constantly changing program features a cross-section of well-known actors and is worth a visit any evening. Its future hangs in the balance, with a Senate decision still outstanding.
The German Theater (DT) in Berlin was inaugurated as Friedrich Wilhelm Theater in 1850, specializing in light entertainment fare. During the 20th century it had mostly classic stage plays on its schedule.
is one of the most renowned stages in Berlin and gained fame with performances of Bertolt Brecht’s works, its founder. It is considered one of the leading, German-language stages. Since 1954, the Theater at Schiffbauerdamm, middle district, is the home of the Berlin Ensemble.
The Berlin Philharmonic’s concert hall at Gendarmenmarkt counts among the most important in Berlin and is home to the Berlin Philharmonic orchestra. Seating arrangements by way of the surrounding, irregularly rising box landings afford equally unobstructed views of the center stage.
Concert House Berlin
Weber’s “Freischütz” had its legendary first performance here, Paganini’s and Liszt’s concert appearances met with enthusiastic applause, Wagner conducted his “Flying Dutchman”, and Beethoven’s Ninth had its original Berlin performance here. It was built by Karl Friedrich Schinkel between 1818 and 1821.
The Schiller Theater is a Berlin auditorium. During the 1920s and 1930s, it served as adjunct to the Prussian State Theater Berlin. The building is leased out as performance and event location; as of autumn 2010, it will serve as back-up stage for the State Opera Unter den Linden.