It's difficult to believe, but even the totalitarian East German state tolerated this particular political cabaret. ... More
It's difficult to believe, but even the totalitarian East German state tolerated this particular political cabaret. Founded in 1953, the Distel was threatened only twice by political censors during its turbulent history. It survived, by and large, due to its immense popularity and hilarious performances.The ensemble playing is the hallmark of the house. The theater wants the contemporary situation in Germany to be reflected in political satire, entertainment, and live music.
Built by the Nazis as a venue for political parades and mass demonstrations, the Waldbühne is not without its dark
side, but it is still accepted by many as by far and away the best and most atmospheric open ...
In the 1950s this cinema was celebrated as an architectural novelty. Even today you can still feel the spirit of
the golden years despite the fact that the UCI Berlin Zoo Palast has undergone numerous face changes since. The ...
Home to the Berlin Symphony and National Symphony Orchestras, the Konzerthaus on Gendarmenmarkt plays host to some of the best
in classical music. The original building was constructed at the request of King Friedrich II and later became the ...