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    Bar jeder Vernunft

    Not far from the Ku'Damm is a theatre where glamour has been living on for twenty years, which is reminiscent of the nightlife of Berlin in the 20s

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    Berliner Ensemble

    From Max Reinhardt to Bertolt Brecht and Helene Weigel to Heiner Müller and Claus Peymann: the Berlin Ensemble writes and embodies theatre history from its very beginnings. In 1893, the ‘Theater am Schiffbauerdamm’ opened its doors with the premiere of Gerhart Hauptmann’s 'Die Weber’. Carl Zuckmayer’s ‘Der fröhliche Weinberg’ and ‘The Three Penny Opera’ by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill are just some of the pioneering productions of that time.

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    Berliner Kriminal Theater

    Electrifying suspense and exciting entertainment: at the Berliner Kriminal Theater goosebumps are guaranteed! In the proven who-dunnit-style, the theatre in Umspannwerk Ost offers great crime entertainment in the style of well-known TV thrillers and the best psycho thrillers - and they're live on stage.

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    Berliner Residence Concerts

    Whether Mozart's genius madness or the seductive sounds of the Carnevale di Venezia-  the varied programme of Berlin Residence Con

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    In 1988, a couple of comedians got stuck in and transformed the legendary "Dachluke" discotheque into the Berliner Kabarett Anstalt ("Berlin Comedy Workshop"), BKA, for short. The foyer invites you to linger with its well-stocked bar, delicious snacks and a breath-taking view of Kreuzberg.

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    Cabaret Theatre - Die Wühlmäuse

    This is where the stars of the comedy and cabaret scene frequent: Dieter Hallervorden’s cabaret stage has been the big name in great entertainment and biting satire since 1960. Originally, the theatre was catapulted to fame with an own ensemble, featuring skits and gags, and later evolved into a topical cabaret venue.

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    Chamäleon Theater Berlin

    Right in the heart of Berlin is the pulsing beat of contemporary circus: welcome to the Chamäleon! People from all over the world fulfil their promise of a real adventure here every night by creating sensational shows that will put you under their spell.

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    Deutsche Oper Berlin

    The opera house with its clear lines and inauspicious, plain exterior concentrates only on the important: presenting grand opera in world-class quality. The new building, which was created by architect Fritz Bornemann in 1961, the ensemble, still under its old name of ‘city opera’ finally found a new home after the chaos and destruction of World War II.

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    Deutsches Theater Berlin

    The highly acclaimed ensemble of the Deutsches Theater Berlin has been at home in this elegant building with its classicist façade since 1883. In earlier times, the Friedrich-Wilhelmstadt theatre staged mostly comedy and operetta. With the founding of the Deutsches Theater Berlin by theatre critic Adolph L’Arronge, the Schumannstrasse-location increasingly added high-quality spoken theatre - a concept that has been continued successfully to the present day.