Best Puppet Theaters In Berlin Near Me

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1. Mirakulum puppet theater

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33 reviews
Mirakulum puppet theater
Location
5
Price / Quality
5
Variety Functions
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Brunnenstraße 35, 10115 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 4490820

Business type: Puppet theater



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Tamerlane Camden-Dunne: Very nice old-fashioned puppet theatre. We saw Die kleine dicke Raupe Nimmersatt (The very hungry caterpillar). The (shadow) puppets were beautifully made. Our three-year-old was enchanted for the whole performance

noga ilan: If you are fond of an old fashion puppet teather this is the place. shabby small "one man theatre" that gives the feelings of times that already had gone away, with immortal stories that their relevance should requestioned. Uncomfortable sitting places and when over Packed with kindergarten or school children it is just an ittitating experience. More of a business place then an art place , a it's a pity bc it have a potential....
Response: Hello, thank you for letting us know your opinion. Unfortunately, your English is not very understandable. And unfortunately you made no reference to the quality of the performance! That would have interested us the most. Maybe on the next visit?? - By the way: technical work/renovations have now been carried out in the theater (soundproof shop window), and then more in 2019/2020.

Gordon Johnston: Hmmm just blah blah blah and the kids were quite bored as well.
Response: Sorry you didn't enjoy yourselves. Unfortunately you name neither the title of the play nor your reasons for your harsh criticism. Best wishes, Theater Miracle Too bad you didn't have fun. Unfortunately, you neither give the title of the piece nor your reasons for your harsh criticism. With best regards, Theater Mirakulum

Karsten Denkler: We (me and my 5 year old son) have been to this puppet theater once so far. One man (Thomas Mierau) does everything alone, routinely, but also with occasional breaks for conversion. The piece that we saw (Kaspar saves the little polar bear) sounded more demanding/substantive than it was from the description (the topic of climate change), but in the end everything was relatively simple, the evil magician gets his hat and everything is good again. The piece was over much faster (<40min) than the stated 50 min, but I think the puppeteer just played/spoke faster than maybe planned The children present, including a number of schoolchildren, were all fully involved, enthusiastically participated/cried out etc, bright eyes, and that is what ultimately matters. We will come back in any case. The room is not very big and full of chairs and benches, it also gets warm with so many people in the room. The stage is relatively high, the children in the first rows have to tilt their heads back. Important: Make a reservation in advance, without a reservation you will almost certainly not be able to get in.
Response: Thank you for your detailed feedback. If you click on the title on our Schedule or Repertoire page and open the PDF file in the information window, you have a detailed overview of the content, conception and reception of the relevant piece. In our piece "Kasper saves the little polar bear" one cannot of course expect a comprehensive treatment of the subject of climate (especially fulfilling the expectations of an adult). Other media can certainly do that differently. Here, in a simple theatrical form, a Punch and Judy fairy tale is told for children (!) from the age of 4, which is intended to sensitize them to the topic. And here, unlike in this traditional form of puppet theatre, the bad guy doesn't get a beating "on the head", but through the participation of the little spectators, the (climate) magician is symbolically robbed of his power with his own magic word and turned into a windmill enchanted. As a result, he can no longer do nonsense and serve the climate... Certainly a satirical device, but a satisfying solution for the viewers who, like in every fairy tale, hope for a happy ending. In addition, in the opening scene between Kasper and the princess, the difference between weather and climate is explained in a child-friendly way. - It is not for nothing that two experienced authors have turned to this important topic and developed it for more than a year in harmony with the viewers. The extremely positive response from daycare teachers and teachers in particular - who are grateful for taking up this current topic, which one can also continue to exchange ideas about after the theater experience - confirms us as theater makers to continue this play (for about 5 years). play and to further enrich it with the very personal experiences of the viewers. In addition to the classic hand puppet theater, our theater offers color scheme puppet shows (oriental form of shadow theatre), where the viewing conditions for the first row are optimal. Another comment on the duration of the performance: The times given (approx.) for all pieces are guidelines and can vary from performance to performance (8 - 10 minutes), depending on improvisations and interactions with the audience. - But we don't hope that a spectator sits there with a stopwatch and measures the exact time and possibly complains. Otherwise we would have to do without the times in general, like many other (puppet) theaters do. We would be delighted if you visit us again for a performance. Yours sincerely, THEATER MIRAKULUM

Daniela Kustec: I would like to rate this theatre, although I have pros and cons but still liked the performance and creativity. we saw the insatiable caterpillar and it was my son's (3.5 yrs) first "visit to the theater" I think he enjoyed it very much and so did the other children who were present. Find the old puppet theater WITH figure great atmosphere. The piece took me Al's adults in terms of music, originality, and language and also the paper dolls super. Even if the piece isn't really designed like Eric Carle's book, I thought it was a great idea of ​​its own and had nice animal performances for the kids. The only thing we found a bit shocking was the price. I don't know what children's theater costs. But at 34 euros for three people, including a child, and the theater for 30-40 minutes is such that we unfortunately couldn't come more often

Kirsten H.: We saw "Peter and the Wolf". 1 adult, 1 child €21, 2 G with control and mask, also for the children. It was pretty tight. I thought the performance was really pretty, and some of the children also "joined" it. At some point, mine said: "Grandma, that's boring," but watched calmly to the end. I liked the idea of ​​the duck coming out of the wolf's belly. As an old woman, I'm used to pretty heavy fairy tales. The children of today are probably spared. The whole ambiance is old fashioned. I don't want to pass judgement, but today's style, like Peppa Pig or Paw Patrol, probably grabs the kids more. At least you won't be bothered with advertisements every 5 minutes. It's worth the price. Thank you and good luck for the future.

Franz Bichler: Although the owner calls the shop "MIRAKULUM-Shop", you can look at the puppets in the shop window and say you support the theater with every puppet sale, the puppets are not sold by the shop or theater but are sold privately with no warranty whatsoever.

Eda Wal: As soon as you enter the theatre, you are surrounded by puppets: hand puppets, marionettes of all kinds in a lovingly furnished little theater - a small cult place of puppetry. At the beginning of the performance of "Peter and the Wolf" the actors are introduced: clear, friendly characters who move to the rhythm of the music. The plot continues to develop in unison with the music, gaining in drama without ever being threatening to the children. Stage design and characters work together with the calm, sensitive narrator's voice, and even very small children are just as captivated as elementary school children. In addition to what is happening on stage, the adult viewers can also look into deeply absorbed, fascinated children's faces. The big and small spectators also liked the very special final encore: like in an X-ray, you can see the duck lying in the belly of the wolf. The spectators are still thinking about how the duck will get out again, then the duck tickles the wolf, he has to cough and snort - and the puppeteer shows how the wolf spits her out again and she happily waddles away to the cheers of the audience . Applause!!!
Response: Hello, thank you very much for the 5 stars. Such a detailed feedback wishes every organizer! Sincerely, Theater Mirakulum

Malte Esra Horvat: I bought an old puppet about shipping after previous friendly correspondence. The puppet is quite wonderful, works almost as described (only a leather connection on the legs was torn) and was lovingly packed and shipped quickly. I can only recommend the puppet shop Mirakulum!
Response: Thank you very much for your kind review and good luck with practicing and playing! THEATER MIRAKULUM

Anne “Der Krümel”: Nice little theater with a cozy atmosphere. It's a one man show but he's doing great. Especially suitable for groups. Otherwise the entrance fee is a bit high.
Response: Hello, thank you for your review. - Referring to the last sentence, I would like to point out that the viewer's perception of costs is always subjective and depends on the income situation. - And a distinction must always be made between privately financed, professional theater companies - which e.g. B. the THEATER MIRAKULUM is - and theaters with financial support from the Senate or the district (municipal support). Some puppet and children's theaters also receive this financial support for a) project developments (productions) and b) for ongoing operating costs. This means that they can afford to keep the ticket prices correspondingly low. - Our THEATER generates all funds itself, including the running costs for the rooms, costs for advertising, organization, staging, staff, repairs, equipment, insurance, etc.. Costs that a spectator does not see at first glance. And we think that our theater has found a good compromise between the financial necessity and the financial possibilities of our (socially very mixed) audience. It was not for nothing that a major daily newspaper classified us as the theater with a "social price level". Here are our current prices. One child pays on weekdays in a group up to 6 years: €3.50; one school-age child in the group €4.50; accompanying adults have free admission. Children privately to a family performance, e.g. e.g. on Sundays: €6, private adults €9. You can get discounts for this at the social welfare office with the berlin pass. There is a €1 discount on every ticket for children and adults. - It's great, isn't it?

2. Rheinländisches Puppentheater

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Rheinländisches Puppentheater
Location
5
Price / Quality
5
Variety Functions
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 10437 Berlin, Germany

Business type: Puppet theater



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3. Puppentheater Berlin

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Puppentheater Berlin
Location
4.8
Price / Quality
4.9
Variety Functions
4.8
Possibility of Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.8

Address: Gierkepl. 2, 10585 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 3421950

Business type: Puppet theater



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Raphael Huefner: Very artful. They are about as serious about puppet theater as my three year old, a match made in heaven. The puppets are smaller than I expected, but on the other hand the first three rows of seating are reserved for kids only.

Ronald Czachara: Lovely ....

Miss Orangestreet: Just read that the theater is closing soon, very sad. I used to like going there with my daughter, we really liked the piece with the winter giants, among other things. All the best!

Wolf Unga: We were just in Berlin - Steglitz at the performance Marscha and the Bear. After the first heart attack about the entrance fees, 12 € for adults and 10 € for children from 2 years. In a circus tent.. When the "show" finally began after a delay, after the lifelike marsha entered the tent (clothes didn't fit, the actress' ponytail was hanging out at the back) and told the children, the dolls came .. then the catastrophe took its course, the dialogue, the Volume .. a pure catastrophe, after the break finally, we left the "show" together with another family. In order not to mess up our Sunday even further! I can't recommend it to anyone! Greetings and have a nice rest of Sunday!

Friederike Heinrich: We are a little disappointed. Was extremely loud, dolls not beautiful. But we tried hard, I don't want to say that

Ines Schirra: Very good performances with a lot of commitment. You can even buy small things to eat and toys suitable for children. Also craft ideas. Same prices for children and parents.

Andreas Rainer: It's always fun. My daughter is an absolute fan of the theatre. Thank you to the team who work so hard.

Almut Starke: Small, reduced, well designed. The pieces are perfectly adapted to the specified age, the actors are professional and friendly.

Ge hirn: Very friendly atmosphere. The Lord is an artist. My children are always delighted.

Ki Ra: Relatively expensive but excellent. Really nice dolls/play & breath hold with enchanted atmosphere! .. go there and form your own opinion!

4. „Theater der kleinen Form“ vom KiT Kinder im Theater e.V.

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„Theater der kleinen Form“ vom KiT Kinder im Theater e.V.
Location
5
Price / Quality
5
Variety Functions
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Gubener Str. 45, 10243 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 29350461

Business type: Puppet theater



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Stuart Mclean: Nice little kid-friendly café and theatre. Saw a nice German-language puppet show, entertaining for kids from 2 to 6. Staff seemed a bit disorganised. Also for some reason, after the show we saw they had rented out the café part for a private event so we felt a bit rushed to get the kids bundled up and drag them past the toys. Would definitely go there again though.

Nadine Ebrahim: It was really lovely. Just the right place to go with a kid.

Christian: Just lovely.

Katalin Nagy: Despite a reservation, we were not allowed in with my child because I had a sleeping baby in the carrier. This rule is written in lowercase at the bottom of the website, but it's easy to miss if you don't scroll down. We weren't the only ones who weren't allowed in with babies either. It would be useful to make this rule more visible on the website.

Sinziana Dobrescu: All the plays we saw here were just lovely. The lady who runs the theater is very imaginative, all the plays are made with love. Parents have fun too, not just the kids. Thanks very much!

J.J. S.: We were there a few days ago with a small daycare group from the age of 3 and unfortunately didn't have such a good experience. The children already liked the play Auguste the Christmas goose, but I was told several times that now would be a good time to please leave the room with the child, which was bothering them. It was not asked that it was an integration child. I personally find that really discriminatory and my colleagues were of the same opinion. We won't go there anymore.

Helu Collien: Our daughter really enjoyed the show, she was mesmerized from start to finish. However, we were received so rudely that we almost backed out. Probably because our daughter seemed a bit younger/smaller than other children, we were advised in the first sentence to leave the screening and not to come back in under any circumstances once we had left, because that could be disruptive. Our daughter didn't make a sound during the whole performance. For our first time there, we certainly did NOT feel welcome. It may also be good to know that every time you book online, you will be notified that you are on the waiting list, and only then will you be invited over the phone. Our daughter enjoyed the show very much, she listened mesmerized from start to finish. However, we were received so rudely that we almost backed out again. Presumably because our daughter appeared a little younger / smaller than other children, in the first sentence we were advised to leave the performance better and in no case to come back in once we had gone out, because that could be disturbing. Our daughter didn't make a sound during the entire performance. For our first time there, we certainly did NOT feel welcome. It may also be good to know that every time you book online, you receive the message that you are on the waiting list and eventually you are only invited by phone.

Jenny Halada: Great theater for the little ones! Designed with great attention to detail and always worth a visit. Not only are the demonstrations great and entertaining for adults too, the children's cafe is great. You can also celebrate children's birthdays here. 5 stars at least.

Nastasia Kunitz: Small theater with a living room atmosphere. Loving performance, nice staff, prices ok. I would wish for a little more play corner, but the size of the location doesn't allow for that. Still definitely worth a visit with kids aged 3-7.

Claudia Knuth: A cute little theater with a small cafe, toilet and mini play corner. In the small theater room there are chairs for children and adults and a staircase on which you can sit. It is best to reserve tickets in advance by email. (Unfortunately, it didn't work out for me, but I would still be allowed to go to the theater with my kids.) Anyone sitting far back was allowed to look at the puppets after the performance. I liked it, my kids did too. Will definitely come here again. Thanks

5. PuppenMusikTheater Martin Lenz

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PuppenMusikTheater Martin Lenz
Location
5
Price / Quality
5
Variety Functions
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Anklamer Str. 56, 10115 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 178 1699502

Business type: Puppet theater



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Isabella Lautenbach: In autumn 2019, my children and I saw the wonderful puppet theater play "Hans im Glück oder die Wett mit dem Teufel" in the Egon-Erwin-Kisch library. We liked the story and the music so much that we took the radio play CD home afterwards. Since then, it has been listened to over and over again at least 100 times, with my 5-year-old daughter enthusiastically clapping along to the Hans song, just like in the performance. You can't overhear Mr. Lenz's Hans. On the contrary, he always makes me think about where I'm dragging unnecessary ballast through life. In the meantime I have listened to various Hans im Glück radio plays. But Mr. Lenz's variant with the devil's bet remains the best - great fun for children and a thought-provoking fairy tale for adults. When the puppetry starts again after lockdown, be sure to watch!!
Response: Dear Ms. Lautenbach, Thank you for this wonderful detailed feedback on my work! I'm looking forward to the time when I can play LIVE again for you and your daughter and all the others! Warm greetings from the puppeteer Martin Lenz

6. Andrea Bongers

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Address: Stubenrauchstraße 37, 12161 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 85406969

Business type: Puppet theater



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7. Edertaler Puppentheater

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Address: Teichstraße 10, 13407 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 178 6828977

Business type: Puppet theater



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8. Puppentheater Rozalia

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Address: Auerbacher Ring 12, 12619 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 176 81398731

Business type: Puppet theater



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9. Papiertheater INVISIUS

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Papiertheater INVISIUS
Location
5
Price / Quality
5
Variety Functions
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Forstweg 36, 13465 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 45482250

Business type: Puppet theater



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10. Flying Fox Theater

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Address: Solmsstraße 8, 10961 Berlin, Germany

Business type: Childrens theater



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11. Puppentheater & Projektzirkus Panini

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Puppentheater & Projektzirkus Panini
Location
5
Price / Quality
5
Variety Functions
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Berliner Str. 10B, 12529 Schönefeld, Germany

Telephone: +49 177 7428013

Business type: Puppet theater



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12. Kindertheater Coq au Vin Mitte

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Kindertheater Coq au Vin Mitte
Location
5
Price / Quality
5
Variety Functions
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Schönhauser Allee 176, 10119 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 50183340

Business type: Childrens theater



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Anna Cotroneo: amazing show for kids and parents! We offered the show to my son's friends as part of his birthday party and they all have a great fun. The performers are great actors, very well prepared and super kids friendly. They are also very kind and helpful when it comes to party arrangements. Everything worked perfectly. No matter if it is for a special occasion or just for fun, bring your kids there and they will have a great time!

Max Bauer: The children's theater Coq au Vin gave a longer guest performance in Binz on Rügen in the summer of 2022. There, the actors played different pieces in a changing cast in a circus tent. My two girls (6&8) were so enthusiastic about the first play "The Heavenly Circus" that we also watched "The Furious Kitchen Circus". With a lot of humor for young and old, the Berlin actors know how to entertain and make the tent laugh. It was a pleasure.

Gisela Übermuth: I had been looking for good children's theater for my grandchildren for a long time, found Qoc au Vin and attended the "Furious Kitchen Circus". It was exactly what I wanted an all-round successful program for children to be. The kids loved it! But I haven't enjoyed myself as much as in this wonderful performance for a long time! I just loved your wit and the obvious joy that you bring across in your own game! Stay so funny, happy and full of ideas and thank you!

Katja Damm: An extraordinary experience! My 8-year-old daughter and I were so enthusiastic about the first performance, "The Furious Kitchen Circus", that we immediately bought tickets for the next performance, "The Thief in the Circus"! Highly Recommended!

hanni berger: We really enjoyed the circus bunny hopping show, big compliments to Coq au Vin! The circus director and his artists offer all sorts of crazy and daring things. Big and small are entertained from the first to the last second. We will be back definitely!

Stéphan Aubé: My favorite circus in Berlin!! Was there very often with my daughters and friends, was always a lot of fun for the children and also for the adults! The theater is wonderful and very enjoyable. Also for people who don't speak German very well, we can have a very good time there! I like to go again and again!

Doreen Großmann: Great kids theater! Loving to the smallest detail the little ones are thrilled with the characters and laugh and marvel! Great and entertaining for the adults!

Miriam Schulze: "The heavenly circus" - a really great experience for both children and adults.

Christoph Römer: Simply outstanding - for both children and adults. Great great great!

13. Das Weite Theater für Puppen und Menschen e.V.

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Das Weite Theater für Puppen und Menschen e.V.
Location
4.6
Price / Quality
4.5
Variety Functions
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: Storkower Str, im Cedio 207, 10369 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 9917927

Business type: Performing arts theater



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Elke Radeke: A fine little theatre. We attended a scenic reading for adults. We liked it very much, it was presented in a charming and personable way! We'll definitely be back. Look forward to more adult offers!
Response: Many Thanks

Ch “CB1317”: The pieces are lovingly designed with great backdrops. You can tell they all enjoy the theatre. We have already seen various plays and have always been enthusiastic (including the performances for adults). In addition, the admission prices for a family outing are unbeatable. Big thanks to everyone involved!
Response: Many Thanks.

Cat Noir: There is great theater for children from 3 years of age. Simple, with puppets, but very entertaining and funny. Prices are unbeatable, even for coffee and cake. Tickets should be reserved. If you come by car, it is best to use the roads in the area, as it is usually full in front of them. For young and old, definitely a must in Berlin with children. We will be back
Response: Thank you for the great review.

Daniela Koch: We were with a group of children in the play "Das Traumfresserchen" by Michael Ende. When we arrived we were greeted very nicely and the children had the opportunity to arrive in peace and take off their jackets. The play itself was very well done. The children were captivated by the performance and shared their excitement. There was also a lot to laugh about for us adults. I can only recommend the theatre.

Jan Q: This year we were allowed to see the play “The Three Robbers” on the Prerow open-air stage and, like last year with “Angsthase Pfeffernase”, we were completely thrilled again. In addition to the great piece and the style of play, which also brings a smile to adults' faces, the stage sets are also designed with a lot of love for small details and ideas and are simply fun. We hope to see the theater in Prerow again next year.
Response: Thank you. We'd love to come back.

Verena Seifert: Great ambience. Many different pieces and really nice employees. We saw a super dedicated puppeteer who did a great job and I had as much fun as my daughter. We will definitely be back.
Response: Many Thanks

Anja Sokolow: Great theater. Unfortunately, I found the service bad. The official start was 4 p.m. We were still standing in the draughty hallway and had to wait about 10 minutes to get in. Especially with small children who had to wait half an hour beforehand (we should be there for the tickets at 3:30 p.m.) it was very unpleasant. When I asked when it was going to start, the answer was rather unfriendly with "4 p.m. sharp". The clocks tick differently here.
Response: We're sorry if you've had a bad experience with the service, sometimes things go wrong in the theater too and then it starts later, of course this shouldn't normally be the case. We only let people into the hall shortly before the performances, as it heats up very quickly in the summer months. I hope you still enjoyed the performance and that you will visit us again soon.

Anna Blume: As part of a project, employees of the wide theater developed a play with children from a primary school in Schöneweide. The children should bring their own ideas, design the screenplay, choose costumes, music and props and do handicrafts. The project was accompanied pedagogically very sensitively and the children were only occasionally given small help with the plot and dramaturgy. It's great to see how much the kids were able to experience interpersonally and creatively and how much self-confidence it gave them.
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Christoph Lipka: We looked at the play "At the fire department, the coffee is cold" and both young (zw36 3-6 years) and old were great entertained. We will be back!
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Maria Balke: Today we saw "the café gets cold at the fire brigade" and it was really super good. Simply fantastic for young and old. Thanks

14. Berlins Puppenspieler

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Berlins Puppenspieler
Location
5
Price / Quality
5
Variety Functions
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Wilhelmstraße 28-30, 13595 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 162 9190247

Business type: Puppet theater



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Ruben Feibert: Nice