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Trauma Bar Und Kino

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Didn’t get into Berghain? This is your next best bet, says local writer Kate Bettes

What’s the vibe?

A cross between an art centre, performance space, club and music expression, there is something for everyone at Trauma Bar Und Kino. 

Why should I go?

Trauma Bar Und Kino was created as an inclusive alternative to the traditional Berlin clubbing scene, with an eclectic mix of one-off performances, screenings and music onsite.

As a result, prices range massively. You’ll find regular electro-techno nights or art performances that are totally free, while some nights will cost €20 or more. There are subsidised tickets (including for those with low income). 

Opening times vary depending on what events are on, so check its website for more info. 

What should I wear?

The door and dress policy of Trauma Bar Und Kino embraces everyone, as long as you’re good vibes and respectful.

Where’s good to drink nearby?

Trauma Bar is found near Europacity on Heidestrasse, in an old building on a quiet stretch. Of course, the club itself is anything but quiet, and it’s very near the main station of Berlin Hauptbahnhof, meaning getting here from pre-game bars and restaurants is a cinch.

Hop on the S-Bahn or U-Bahn that takes less than ten minutes to Alexanderplatz, or the U-Bahn to the bars and restaurants of Hackesher Mart - like the oh-so-cool Haus Schwarzenberg, an ex-communal space turned bar with shared benches underneath fluttering colourful flags.

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Kate Bettes
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Kate Bettes


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