Music Show

April 28 to 30, 2017

Gitte Haenning & Band
All by Myself

The Danish singer Gitte Haenning is one of the most famous and most popular singers in Germany. Once hailed as a pop and teen idol in the fifties, over the years she has managed to gradually emancipate herself from the role of the cute girl. Jazz, Pop and Blues are now among the range of this versatile artist. In her new concert evening, Gitte Haenning presents her enormous, impressive repertoire...


April 25 & 26 / May 02 to 20, 2017

Gayle Tufts

Gayle Tufts rettet die Welt – zumindest für einen Abend.

Gayle Tufts, Berlin’s favourite American, has lived in the capital for many years. Originally from Brockton / Massachusetts, she learned the difficult German language intensely creating a wonderful mélange in the process: Denglish. The ingenious entertainer has a fine command of an art that is rare in Germany – namely, the ability to pack personal experiences into seductively glittering show...

Music Show

May 11 & 12, 2017

Record Release Concert

Keimzeit Akustik Quintett

Norbert Leisegang - Gesang, Gitarre Gabriele Kienast - Violine, Gesang Christian Schwechheimer - Schlagzeug, Percussion, Gesang Martin Weigel - Gitarren, Gesang Hartmut Leisegang - Kontrabass, Mandoline


May 13 & 14, 2017

Berlin Premiere

Georgette Dee & Terry Truck

Dee Königin des Chansons im Frühlingsrausch ...

"Georgette Dee is the perfect diva — she is simply divine. When she […] sets foot on the stage to sing her Brechts and Weills, her Brels and Eislers, her Holländers and her own songs, the result is hot and cold shivers up and down your spine. She fights her way through her songs shouting, cooing, whispering, weeping, raging and sighing. A diseuse who reminds us of Marlene Dietrich, Judy...


May 15, September 04 & October 30, 2017

Florian Schroeder präsentiert: Die große radioeins Satireshow
Florian Schroeder & Gäste

This show is not suitable for non-German speaking visitors as German language knowledge is required.


May 23 to 27, 2017

The Living Paper Cartoon

In collaboration with Glynis Henderson Productions

ENNIO is the great master of illusion and has already wowed Berlin audiences on several occasions with his unique metamorphic skills. He creates a magic world, a hilarious, dazzling revue of our favourite stars and starlets. It is astounding to see Mona Lisa transform into Marilyn Monroe, or when the three tenors suddenly become – donna e mobile – ultrablonde Dolly Parton. And before you can...


June 02 to July 30, 2017

German premiere

The Tap Pack
The Tap-Dance Tornadoes from Down Under!

Five Australian testosterone-packed hunks will be sweetening Berlin’s summer this year with an extraordinary show. The furious five tap dancers present powerful choreographies to the musical classics of both yesteryear and tomorrow in a performance that is energy-laden, explosive and presented with a generous portion of good old down-to-earth sex appeal. With shimmering tap, songs from Bublé...


June 12 & September 25, 2017

Gustav Peter Wöhler Band

Performers Gustav Peter Wöhler (Vocal), Mirko Michalzik (Guitar), Olaf Casimir (Bass), Kai Fischer (Keyboard)

Music Comedy

August 01 to 06, 2017

Rainald Grebe & Die Kapelle der Versöhnung
Das Wigwamkonzert

This show is not suitable for non-German speaking visitors as German language knowledge is required.


Aug 11 to Oct 01, 2017 / July 20 to Sept 23, 2018 / July 11 to Sept 15, 2019


The Musical

Welcome to the Kit Kat Club right next to the Chancellor’s office! The TIPI AM KANZLERAMT becomes a cabaret, hosting the world-famous musical about life, passion and despair in Berlin under the darkening skies of approaching fascism. Based on true events and real lives, CABARET portrays the experiences of the English writer Christopher Isherwood, who lived in the Berlin district of Schöneberg...


January 11 to March 11, 2018


Frau Luna
Operette in zwei Akten

Texte von Heinz Bolten-Baeckers · Musik von Paul Lincke

Regie: Bernd Mottl Arrangements und Musikalische Leitung: Johannes Roloff Bühnenbild: Friedrich Eggert Kostüme: Heike Seidler