Admiralspalast or Admiral Palace is a historic theatre that opened in 1910, and survived both World Wars

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Admiralspalast, Berlin

Admiralspalast or Admiral Palace is a historic theatre that opened in 1910, and survived both World Wars.

Admiralspalast or Admiral Palace is a historic theatre that opened in 1910, and survived both World Wars. It has a main Grand Hall where theatre productions and special events are held, a smaller Studio for shows, readings and presentations, and a Klub.


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22:00

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22:00

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About Admiralspalast

 Friedrichstraße 101, 10117 Berlin, Germany

 +49 30 47997499

 www.admiralspalast.de

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