It doesn’t get much more central than this. Located in the heart of Friedrichs Strasse, the Admiralspalast features a strong multi-disciplinary programme including theater, comedy and many stars of the international pop-rock scene.
The Admiralspalast, the Admiral Palace, is a theatre in the Mitte district of Berlin, Germany, located on Friedrichstraße No. 101. Opened in 1910, it is one of the few preserved variety venues of the pre-World War II era in the city. As a place of amusement the Admiralspalast originally included a skating rink, a public bath, bowling alleys, a café and a cinema open day and night. After World War I it turned to a revue theatre, starting with the show Drunter und drüber by Walter Kollo, later continued by the performance of operettas.
Admiralspalast | Friedrichstraße 101 | 10117 Berlin/Mitte
Photo by: Thomas Cloer