Admiralspalast

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One of the only original Weimar revue theatres left in Berlin, Admiralspalast was home to the GDR Berlin State Opera during the post-war years. It was also popular with the Nazi government during WWII, it attempted to set the record straight in 2009 by becoming the first venue in Germany to stage Mel Brook’s Nazi-lampooning 'The Producers'. After being threatened with demolition in the late 1990s, it was restored and reopened in 2006 and when it isn’t hosting theatre or cabaret, the Admiralspalst has sell-out gigs by the likes of PJ Harvey and James Blake. You’ll find it right next to Friedrichstrasse station, the classy-but-cool venue of choice for big names who want to keep an atmospheric vibe and good acoustic.

Venue name: Admiralspalast
Contact:
Address: Friedrichstrasse 101
Berlin
10117
Opening hours: Open Box office 11am-7pm Mon-Sat; 11am-5pm Sun; also 1hr before performances
Transport: U6, S1, S2, S5, S7, S9, S75 Friedrichstrasse
Price: Tickets vary
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