At the beginning of the 60s, the theatre was located in the Workers' Welfare Association building, where it was forced to ... More
Theater am Halleschen Ufer
At the beginning of the 60s, the theatre was located in the Workers' Welfare Association building, where it was forced to present socio-critical theatre in the tradition of Brecht and Ödön von Horváth. However, in 1981 they acquired a stage of their own in the district of Charlottenburg and this is where the modern dance theatre we see today was born. Avant garde and contemporary dance theatre and a smattering of international stars and promising young talent make for a lively and interesting show.
The Ernst Deutsch Theater is one of Germany's biggest privately maintained stages. Wolfgang Borchert and Friedrich Schütter founded it in
1951 and it is named after the actor Ernst Deutsch. The theater is easily accessible by foot from the ...
The original Prater is in Vienna, yet the Berlin version is equally lively and immensely popular. Berlin's oldest beer garden
serves up rustic German food, which you can enjoy in the loveliest of surroundings. The complex also has an ...
With 552 seats, Hansa Theater is small, but it is receiving all the accolades that it deserves. Situated in the
working class neighborhood of Moabit, the theater has a tradition of producing 'plays for the people'. Many pieces are ...