Best Amateur Theaters In Berlin Near Me

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1. Magie ohne Worte

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Magie ohne Worte
Location
5
Price / Quality
5
Variety Functions
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: An d. Tränke 52, 13589 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 1522 6922464

Business type: Amateur theater



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2. English Theatre Berlin | International Performing Arts Center

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English Theatre Berlin | International Performing Arts Center
Location
5
Price / Quality
5
Variety Functions
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Fidicinstraße 40, 10965 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 6911211

Business type: Movie theater



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English Theatre Berlin | International Performing Arts Center: what do users think?


Freya Dorn: The staff was lovely and we had a great time at the drag show. ❤️

Wolfgang Eubel: Only place to enjoy English Drama and alike.👍🙂 Shame they won't do something against the scandal that Berlin is a white spot on the world regarding celebrating J Joyce: nö Bloomsday, ist alone FWNC (Finnegans Wake Night Celebration). ☹

Chloe: Went to see a great comedy show in the theatre a few weeks ago. Reasonably priced tickets and drinks and a lovely intimate theatre space, just the right size for comedy or a one person show. Only problem was a severe lack of seating space in the lobby area, which is frustrating when you're advised to get there at least 15 minutes early, and some of the staff members seemed very stressed at the ticket stand, which made us quite uneasy. A great experience and venue though all the same!

Mr. HOP: Good location, was a very nice act liked the actors aswell and the people who worked there was very friendly

Can Celo: I went with my class to the theatre. Good location and interesting topic. It was just really complicated to understand in my opinion.

Rene Prochnow: Interesting place for a theater. Didn't expect it where it is. The play (Ein/Verständnis) was very interesting and thought provoking though sounded quite against science at times. The actor were very good and brought the play to life nicely. The seats are not too comfy but it isn't a major stage so ok.

Lolios Hans: Cute little theater whit a very nice atmosphereHave been to a few shows and they are usually very entertaining.I would especially recommend a show called the land of honey and milky.

Benedikt Hoppe: Seen "Nipple Jesus" by Nick Hornby here. Unfotunately it was performed by just one actor, but at least he acted quite good. Nearly no scenery. The theatre itself is very small and has a nice Atmosphere. No drinking allowed inside!

Silvia Chirila: I'm in whenever I have free time and there's an interesting play on. Out of what I've seen here since I moved to Berlin 4-5 plays were exceptional I loved Caryl Churchills A Number; Howard Barkers Deep Wives, Shallow Animals; Lovepuke; My Romantic History, a play that won an award at the Edinburgh festival. I'd even gladly enjoy some of them once again. Comedy, drama, impro performance, more classic stuff (such as A Midsummer Nights Dream), even heavier and darker plays For instance, ETB's version of Dea Loher's Unschuld within the ongoing Colorblind programme initiated this summer was remarkable. The play is a delight of multiple meanings regarding color as sensorial richness, but also a marker of 'racial difference' and blindness as freedom from prejudice as well as lack of vision. Through an exploration of deeper aspects of themes of guilt, sacrifice, love, sense of purpose/emptiness, divinity as blind chance, but also as an exercise of creative or destructive will etc., many conventional dichotomies are ingeniously twisted. ETB can offer good time in a casual place for a reasonable price; it's recommendable for anyone looking for modern and bold dramatic representation. For obvious reasons the place is almost full even in the last day plays are staged. I'm looking forward to many new things. One can also check out the venue for other kinds of events in English (including readings).

Bradley King: Saw the Weird Show here and it was phenomenal! Great sketch comedy! If you're in town, definitely check out this theatre.

3. Verband Berliner Amateurbühnen e.V.

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Verband Berliner Amateurbühnen e.V.
Location
5
Price / Quality
5
Variety Functions
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Lützowpl. 9, 10785 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 2 PM

Telephone: +49 1577 7684263

Business type: Association or organization



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4. La Ménagerie e.V.

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La Ménagerie e.V.
Location
4.8
Price / Quality
4.9
Variety Functions
4.8
Possibility of Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.8

Address: Veteranenstraße 21, 10119 Berlin, Germany

Business type: Amateur theater



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5. Kuringa

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Address: Grüntaler Str. 35, 13359 Berlin, Germany

Business type: Amateur theater



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6. Amateurbühne VINETA 1900 e.V.

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Address: Richardstraße 13, 12043 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 6867785

Business type: Performing arts theater



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7. Musical Theater Society Berlin

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Address: Brunnenstraße, 10119 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 4 PM

Telephone: +49 1522 3830845

Business type: Club



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8. National-theater

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Address: Reichenberger Str. 177, 10999 Berlin, Germany

Business type: Theater company


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9. LowKey Theater Productions

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Address: Sternstraße 10, 13359 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 1516 7131435

Business type: Theater production



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10. Deutsches Theater

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Deutsches Theater
Location
4.5
Price / Quality
4.4
Variety Functions
4.4
Possibility of Parking
4.4
Wifi
4.4

Address: Schumannstraße 13A, 10117 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 284410

Business type: Performing arts theater



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Deutsches Theater: what do users think?


Alexei Marshakov: Saw Platonow. The actors were amazing. One big problem - no English subtitles

Nino Correa: It’s a very pleasant triple venue: the Deutsches Theater, die Kammerspiele and The Box. Staff are very friendly. The bars and their terraces are truly great. Their shows are more classical than elsewhere in Berlin and I appreciate that I can actually understand what plays are about.

Anna Ovsepian: Discovered this theatre only this year but I can already say it's my favorite one ever. Watched The Glass Menagerie twice (in love with it 💕) and Decamerone -- also great. Can't wait to be back there again.

Cady Nasr: I had the chance to watch Liebe, einfach außerirdisch in July 2022 at the theater - The staff is very friendly, the place itself is stunning with a classic decoration - I would be always interested to be there again for other theater plays

Burak Arslan: Lovely place but they should put subtitles to a more visible place

Frank Roller: Great theater in berlin with interesting programm..check.calendar for highlights

Peter Winter: Wonderful venue in the heart of Berlin. Every culturally interested person should see a play here or at least take a walk in the amazing building.Special recommendation: Kuttners Videoschnipsel Vortrag

Laura Sophia vHirschhausen: Incredible antique classics, also always enjoy the modern and contemporary classics. My personal favourite theatre and ensemble in Berlin Thanks to everyone working there! And especially the cashier, always help :)

Ariel Nil Levy: Go watch ÖDIPUS a genius production directed by Ulrich Rasche. By FAR the best show I've seen in this theatre in years.

Davide R.: The show was awesome, but seats at not well disposed. From the last row is impossible to see an important part of the stage and is impossible to read subtitles. Not German speaking watch out before booking!

11. Ratibortheater

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Ratibortheater
Location
4.6
Price / Quality
4.5
Variety Functions
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: Cuvrystraße 20a, 10997 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8 PM Wed

Telephone: +49 30 6186199

Business type: Theater company



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Moritz Erdt: Seriously one of the best improv shows I’ve ever experience. I’ve been twice and both times where simply fantastic!

Nick Cairns: Nice little theatre. Went to see the Gorillas Improv. Was a fun evening

Hussam Soufi: Was there for the Lee night, and he definitely didn't disappoint. One of the best shows I've seen. The theatre staff are friendly and cool!

Daniel Orrantia: A fantastic place ! Every time I have been to Berlin I visit and every time I am more blown away ! Congratulations you have created a great place for theater !

Robert: A fantastic place to go to! I saw an improvisation performance and loved it. The actors were really good.

inbal lori: Best place for improvisation theater in Berlin!

Seb: Even post Corna times great Impro Theater, great actor's

Jacob Banigan: The best impro in Berlin!

Michael A Maier: Skillful and very entertaining

Jens H.: We went to the "Good Choice" show. The actors were very entertaining and creative and could very diplomatically avoid that not too many global political issues had to be processed in improv. I thought that was a good thing, after all the theater is a place of entertainment and not a stage for climate, war and other catastrophes.

12. Theater o. N.

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Theater o. N.
Location
4.5
Price / Quality
4.4
Variety Functions
4.4
Possibility of Parking
4.4
Wifi
4.4

Address: Kollwitzstraße 53, 10405 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 4409214

Business type: Performing arts theater



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Karin Ehrenberg: V.H.

Rick Eisenmenger: Small theater with changing groups, in our case it was a children's show with colorful records and musical instruments, quite nice. Organization a bit confused, what to do with the jackets, grandstand pretty narrow. 30 min show for €5 (children), reduced (€7), €10 (adults)

F. Borbe: Went there on a Friday with two 3 year olds. The program was called “A Little Story”. Both the kids and us adults found it very boring, quite wacky and totally unsuitable for small children, even though it was labeled '2+'. Then we left halfway through. Too bad.

Bernd Spohr: Every third Monday of the month, oral fairy tales are recited (told). Sometimes there is a performance over the whole evening or a narrator and yes, even narrators, the whole evening, but mostly only half the evening is professionally designed and then anyone can tell, if he dares. But you can only listen.

David Peter: The park is chilled, but just too small for me. But actually it's quiet there, hardly any cars to be heard and all that.

Jens Christopher Spranger: The little ones and their parents were picked up with imagination. A quiet and exciting half-hour demonstration!

M: Very great theater. My school often performed here. Unfortunately, I will probably have to go soon. : ((

janSen80: With the choice of the piece you determine the way ... Small, creative and worth a visit.

Марина Демидоветс: Interesting place

Christina Schmidt: Wonderful theater with great artists.

13. Friedrichstadt-Palast

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Friedrichstadt-Palast
Location
4.7
Price / Quality
4.6
Variety Functions
4.6
Possibility of Parking
4.6
Wifi
4.6

Address: Friedrichstraße 107, 10117 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 23262326

Business type: Performing arts theater



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Peter R. Reuter: Just wow 🤩 what an amazing show!!! 👯‍♀️🎉👯💃🕺🎶🙌 We got the recommendation to go here and hesitated until last minute. I’m the end it was a good decision as we got the tickets at the desk (Abendkasse) and got a nice discount and upgrade to a category that we didn’t think we can afford. Highly recommend going here and taking advantage to enjoy a wonderful evening 😍

Dimitris Kostidis: Great theater with amazing acoustics. It is amphitheatric so don t bother having a good seat. You can enjoy the show wherever your seat is. I saw a very nice musical called The One and all the dresses were made from Jean Paul Gaultier. Another must place to visit while you are in Berlin. Recommended!

Reiner Spazz: Costumes, lighting effects, artists, dancers, acrobatic shows, the show was great at night. I didn't know how the time passed. Even the attendants at the door were very respectful. Thank you from the heart. I really liked the Vivid Grand Show. Be sure to buy your ticket before you come to Berlin. It's been a great show. I watched it from the 4th row 3rd seat. Although the viewing angle is a bit limited, it was more than worth the 20 Euro price I paid. A much wider viewing angle is possible from the opposite side. I recommend you to choose your seat from the 6th row or later to avoid neck pain. You can leave your coat and bag of a certain size in the cloakroom free of charge. All in all, it was an excellent visual show. Definitely recommend to go.

Eliane Camus: Building : The building itself is perfect for shows, the shape offers an excellent visibility on the stage from everywhere. I was on the last rows but i could enjoy the stage normally. Compared with most french and London theatres, seats are pretty large and comfy, have more room for the legs than what i am usually used to. Ticket collection is outdoor, you first have to queue at the box office on the right of the palast outside, then queue again to enter the theatre. Show seen “ARISE”: Had a pleasant and entertaining night, what I appreciated the most are the acrobatics, the costumes and the scenery. The acrobatics were impressive (the athletes were better than Cirque du Soleil), they managed to create a setting with water which left everybody amazed (front rows were splashed 😂). Only downside is half the dialogues are german, half english. As a foreigner, couldn’t understand half the conversations (same for germans who don’t understand english…). Why don’t they display English subtitles on the scene and leave all conversations in german (while leaving the songs 50% German/50% English though)?

Kelvin Chua: Show watched: ARise Show time: 65min/25min interval/ 65min Language Show is in a mix of English and German. But that doesn’t really matter because the acts and visual spectacle can better translate the whole story, feel and emotions. Dance Choreography is seamless and fantastic with only mere moments of transition giving u barely enough time to comprehend until the applauses reacts. From cabaret style to pop and aerial ballet, it was a fusion of both art and form. Music From rapping to Maksim like crossovers with dashes of solo and strings akin to that of Vivaldi, it was the perfect ensemble. All music are performed live and performers shown at spots and locations around the stage. Stage The smart use of levelling for performers, lights and depth of field with a central rotating stage was something I haven’t seen since David copper field magic acts. Stage technology used here have accentuated the story telling element regardless where u r seated. Performers This show celebrates diversity in all forms. From LGBT to soloist of different Colours, the director has truly incorporated what it means for us to be in an inclusive world. Storyline (based on my own interpretation as I do not understand German) The pratogonist is a photographer. Struggling with the loss of what to shoot, he consulted with Time to find back his inspiration. Time brought him back with his Muse, calls him to revisit his past works to induce inception. With the help of light, he found back his muse. The review. A must watch if anyone is in Berlin. Do remember to book tickets waaay in advance as it’s almost full every single day. Being a fervent theatre/play/musical/orchestral goer, this show truly transcends my expectations. The music is original and fits the story telling from intro to climax, the theatre costumes details is fine and does lose to broadway types plays. Ticket prices are way cheaper if u compare it to actual full fledge plays/musicals. I don’t usually recommend front row seats as they are exorbitantly priced and not worth the experience. This show however, I totally recommend it.

Marylaine Dujunco: We watched the Arise. Highly recommended. Place is easy to locate and great interior. Program started on time. My only issues are: 1. Seats are not slanted so I was not really able to have a good view because the person in front of me was tall and had bulky hair. 2. Chairs are super not comfortable. Cushion is lacking. Had a back pain. Otherwise amazing lights and sounds and acrobatics. Amazing

Ken: Lovely art nouveau theatre with a grand lobby area and comfortable seating. Box office is on the right side of the building, so don't wait at the main front doors if you're picking up tickets.

Geektor Joystick Junky: Thanks to the amphitheatric design of the theater you can enjoy every show regardless of your positioning. I watched Arise and it was an incredible performance of both artists and dancers. The stage is a highlight for itself changing during the whole performance including suddenly appearing water fountains or pyro-show. The inside of the building looks far more breathtaking than the outside.

Amit Verma: Very good Show. I was spectacle if it's kids friendly or not. But its entirely kids friendly. It's pure entertainment rather than exposed dance at other places / countries. Many type of acts, beautiful stage presence and light effects, excellent orchestra. Loved every bit of it.

Gianna Natacha: Friedrichstadt-Palast, also abbreviated as Palast Berlin, is a revue in Berlin's Mitte district. The term Friedrichstadt-Palast defines both the building itself and the revue theater as one body with its ensemble.