Friedrichstadt Palast Berlin – Revue Theater Mitte
Friedrichstadt Palast Berlin welcomes you to the East End, Berlin’s hip nightlife district. 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! Reopened in 1984 and located at Friedrichstraße 107, the show palace lies in the district Berlin-Mitte just five minutes’ walk from Friedrichstraße railway station. The Palast is unique the world over for its diverse programme and sheer size. While the building does not seem so big from Friedrichstraße, looks are certainly deceiving: it is 80 metres wide, 110 metres long and covers an area of 195,000 cubic metres. The massive structure is the last major structure erected by the German Democratic Republic, making it an exceptional architectural testimony to how Germany overcame of its former division.
THE ONE Grand Show: Pure Glamour with Costumes by Jean Paul Gaultier Costumes Jean Paul Gaultier | Direction Roland Welke | Lighting design Emmy Award winner Peter Morse | Songs by Gregor Meyle, KT Tunstall among others Costumes for THE ONE Grand Show by Jean Paul Gaultier, Photo Bernhard Musil THE ONE Grand Show is big and spectacular: over 100 artists from 26 nations stand on the world’s largest theatre stage. The production budget amounts to 11 million euros and the 500 extravagant costumes were designed by the world star Jean Paul Gaultier himself. In addition to Roman Lob and Brigitte Oelke as solo artists, BRIT Award winner KT Tunstall and Gregor Meyle belong to the international creative team.
U6 Oranienburger Tor 200 m
S1 S2 S25 Oranienburger Str. 320 m
S1 S2 S25 S5 S7 S75 U6 Friedrichstr. Bhf 420 m