Friedrichstraße 107 - The Friedrichstadt-Palast

Welcome to the world's biggest theatre stage! Reopened in 1984 and located at Friedrichstraße 107, the show palace lies in the district Berlin-Mitte at a 5-minute walking distance from the rail station Friedrichstraße. The massive structure is the last magnificent building of the German Democratic Republic, erected by the regime while it was already caught up in the process of slow disintegration, and this makes it an exceptional monument to Germany's overcoming of its former division. Today the Palast is owned by the City of Berlin.

The big shows, children's shows and guest appearances, as well as the Berlinale, and galas attract over 700,000 visitors annually. Therefore, the Palast is by far the No. 1 among the Berlin theatres. The productions of the house are enormous. With more than 160 participants each evening, including 100 artists, it is also the largest ensuite show in the Western world.

Every February, the show palace is transformed into a film palace when it becomes the Berlinale's biggest cinema.

THE ONE Grand Show

Tickets from 19.80 euro, fees included.

THE ONE Grand Show is a dreamlike journey through time in search of the person that means everything to us - THE ONE. Unlike musicals, revue shows do not have a common thread. It is a collage of glamorous show images with a common theme – here, the visions from a young man’s dreams.

The dimensions are vast: more than 100 artists on the world’s biggest theatre stage, a production budget of eleven million euros, the most lavish show in Europe.


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Ticket hotline:
+49 – 30 – 2326 2327
Daily: 9am - 8pm

Box office:

Daily: 10am - 6:30pm

Box office evening desk:

1 hour prior to the show

Friedrichstraße 107
10117 Berlin

Ticket hotline:
30 – 2326 2327

THE ONE Grand Show

Pure glamour with costumes by Jean Paul Gaultier. A dreamlike journey through time in search of the person, who means everything to us. THE ONE.

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