Welcome to Berlin-Mitte – the centre of German politics, but also Berlin’s trendy nightlife. Nowhere in Germany will you find more theaters in such a small area. And in the midst of it is the world’s biggest theater stage!
The Palast’s stage history goes back to 1919; the new theater building has stood at Friedrichstraße 107 since 1984. Today, the Palast has arrived in the twenty-first century: its Grand Shows are ultramodern and feature the latest high-tech effects. The theater is renowned for its ballet company comprising 60 dancers, 18-member show band and Young Ensemble with 280 Berlin kids between the ages of seven and 16.
In February, the show palace is transformed into a film palace when it becomes the Berlinale’s biggest cinema.