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If you’re unable to attend the show for any reason, you can exchange tickets purchased from the Palast for another date or a voucher up to two hours before the show starts. These options are not available for tickets purchased from third-party vendors.
Please also call our ticket hotline (+49 30-2326 2327) or send us an email ([email protected]) to change your tickets if you feel unwell or have cold symptoms in the days leading up to your visit to the Palast.
Our theater box office is located to the right of the main entrance of the Palast. Open Monday to Friday from 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
You can reach the ticket hotline daily between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. – simply call +49 30-2326 2327.
Yes, the theatre hall is pleasantly air-conditioned and offers a constant temperature. The theatre hall’s ventilation system was updated to the latest standards in 2020 and now exchanges the air up to eight times per hour.
What’s more, when the temperature outside rises above 28°C, we provide free water for guests in the foyer.
Please find prices, availability and all information on fees and conditions here: Tickets
Yes, we offer discounts for children, students, apprentices, jobseekers, benefits recipients and guests aged 65+. We also grant discounts for guests with disabilities as well as for Berechtigungsnachweis and Ehrenamtskarte (honorary card) holders.
Please see here for details of all the discounts we offer.
Please check if the confirmation email was accidentally marked as spam (in your spam folder). If you are unable to find the confirmation email, please call us at +49 30-2326 2327 so that we can confirm your purchase.
The shipping of tickets may take up to one week. If your tickets do not arrive in time, they may be reissued for you at the box office. There will be no repeated attempt to ship your tickets if the initial shipping did not succeed.
Please note: Due to an increased delivery volume at Deutsche Post, shipping may currently take up to 10 days.
In the event that a guest loses his or her ticket, a replacement ticket may be issued at the pay desk if the guest can show credibly what kind of ticket he or she had purchased. The original ticket holder takes priority over the holder of a replacement ticket.
You are able to redeem vouchers online, by calling our ticket hotline +49-30-2326 2327 or at the theatre box office.
Line U6, directly at U Oranienburger Tor
Friedrichstraße station (S1, S2, S25, S26, S3, S5, S7, S9 and regional rail transport), five minutes by foot
Oranienburger Straße station (S1, S2, S25, S26), five minutes by foot
Line 147, get off at Friedrichstraße/Reinhardtstraße
Line 142, get off at Hannoversche Straße
Lines M1 and 12, get off at U Oranienburger Tor
Line M6, get off at S Oranienburger Straße, five minutes by foot
Handicapped parking spaces are located to the left side of the building and may be reserved by calling +49-30-2326 2327.
Our guests are already able to select their drinks and accompanying food at the theatre bars before the show starts. These will then be served to them at their desired table during the interval.
Doors open one hour before the show begins. The show runs for almost two hours and 30 minutes, including a 25-minute intermission.
Complimentary Wi-Fi is available on Claire-Waldoff-Platz outside the theatre box office (_Free_Wifi_Berlin) as well as in the foyer and theatre hall (Mein-Palast).
The recommended minimum age for the Grand Show is 8 years. Children under the age of 6 will not be admitted.
The recommended minimum age for the kids’ show is 5 years. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted.
Children aged 6+ are very welcome at our Grand Shows. Our kids’ shows are suitable for children aged 3+.
Our Grand Shows are great for international guests as, unlike musicals, revue shows do not have a classic storyline. This means that there aren’t any spoken texts to understand – so anyone can enjoy the show.
We ask for your understanding that the narrow seating rows mean that food and drinks cannot be taken into the theatre hall. Food and drinks are available at the bars in the foyer before the show as well as during the interval.
No, there isn’t any dress code. Please feel free to wear whatever you feel comfortable in. Whether that is smart evening wear or a comfortable top and trousers is entirely up to you. Please do respect this special occasion though – tracksuits and trainers are not appropriate!
Coats, jackets, backpacks, suitcases and bags of more than 45x40x20 cm in size may not be taken into the theatre hall and must therefore be stored in the cloakroom.
Due to various copyrights (e.g. for the lighting design, costumes and scenery), photos, video and sound recordings are not permitted during performances. Photos and videos may only be taken for private purposes during the final applause.
The Palast was opened in 1984 when access for people with disabilities was unfortunately not yet foreseen in all areas. Today, access to the Palast is very good and people with disabilities are able to access most areas of the theatre. Four wheelchair spaces are available in the theatre hall. An induction loop allows guests with impaired hearing to also experience the show acoustics. Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss the optimal seating arrangements for your visit. Simply visit the box office, give us a call (+49-30-2326 2327) or use our online chat function. You can then also book seats directly. For more information on access, please see Guests with disabilities.
At the box office: Cash, credit cards, ATM cards
Online: Credit cards, PayPal, direct debit, SOFORT banking
Hotline: Direct debit, credit cards
Please call the Palast stage entrance on +49-30-2326 2200.
The safety and well-being of guests and employees is a top priority for the Palast. We inform of the safety precautions we have taken on the following page.
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