The Admiralspalast – a magnificent cultural and entertainment venue in the heart of Berlin! Since its spectacular reopening in 2006, the historic building on Friedrichstrasse has become one of the capital’s most important cultural hotspots. A place which respects history, and provides an extraordinary home for all kinds of events. The diversity of the programme is also reflected in the special locations of the Admiralspalast, where over 2,300 people can be accommodated at three venues, all of which strike the perfect balance between tradition and modernity, with great feel for the history of the establishment.
Starlight Express Theater, Bochum
The Starlight Express Theater in Bochum – the ultimate theatre. It is even in the Guinness Book of Records!
A venue designed exclusively for one single musical was built in Bochum for the first time between 1986 and 1988. Since then, this unique theatre, seating 1,650 guests per performance, has been able to welcome an audience of over 16 million.
The fascinating technology of the approx. 1,100-sq-m stage, split over three levels, combined with the spectacular acts put on by the roller-skating performers, is guaranteed to make for an unforgettable show.STARLIGHT EXPRESS in Bochum – an absolute hit!
Mehr! Theater, Hamburg
Mehr! Entertainment has built a venue for high end live entertainment within the listed building of the Hamburg Grossmarkthalle. There was a grand opening ceremony on March 7th 2015. For the first time the Grossmarkt, which is a typical Hamburg site, presented itself to the public with a new site of cultural interest. Also, it is now accessible to a broader public outside trading hours. The venue will seat appr. 2400. Hamburg’s Grossmarkthalle, which was completed in 1962 by architect Bernhard Hermkes, set a benchmark with its futuristic architecture of glass and concrete and stands today as one of the last remaining examples of reinforced concrete in Hamburg.
It is a listed building. The free view of the eight centimetre thick building frame and the vast ceiling height are most impressive. The visitor senses this height throughout the entire theater– the highest point is 20 metres above the audience.
Musical Theater, Bremen
Behind the glass façade lies one of Germany’s most modern – and elegant – theaters. The bright foyer spans three levels. The central staircase takes you from the spacious cloakroom area to the parquet level with large bar, lounges and customisable merchandise shop. Then it’s onto the upper rows and boxes.
Capitol Theater, Düsseldorf
With around 1,250 seats in the main auditorium and 400 seats in the “Club”, the Capitol Theater is the largest theater in the state capital of North-Rhine Westphalia. The home of tasteful entertainment was created out of a former tram depot in the early 1990s. With its brick architecture, the theater has retained its very individual charm, and is considered one of Germany’s finest venues for musicals. The popular theater is a major part of Düsseldorf’s cultural diversity, and provides a reputable stage for a variety of musical and live entertainment.
Successful productions which thrilled the audiences at the Capitol Theater include GREASE, Hape Kerkelings KEIN PARDON, CABARET, SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER, CATS and MIAMI NIGHTS. From cult musicals, to individual shows, to private corporate functions – the stylish ambience of the Capitol Theater creates a unique setting for events of a very special kind.
Musical Dome, Cologne
With its unusual glass and steel design, the Cologne Musical Dome is a unique theater and an architectural eye-catcher right on the River Rhine Promenade in the heart of the old town. It is also just next door to the Cologne Cathedral and, with a seating capacity of around 1700, is the city’s largest theater.
The venue opened in 1996, after a record construction time of just six months.
With its top-class, diverse programme of events featuring world-famous musicals such as SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER, WE WILL ROCK YOU, Monty Python’s SPAMALOT and HAIRSPRAY, the modern Musical Dome significantly contributes towards the cultural attractiveness of Cologne as a world metropolis.