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One of the best kept secrets in Berlin is the awesome food at the canteen of Berliner Ensemble, a theatre founded by Brecht and Helen Wiegel. I had venison goulash with german noodles and it certainly was one of the best meals I had eaten...More
Berliner Ensemble is situated in Berlin Mitte on the so called Schiffbauerdamm and immediately visible when coming from the Friedrichstrasse S Bahn station ,walking in opposite direction to the Checkpoint Charlie ; it was founded in 1949 by the famous German playwright Bertolt Brecht and...More
We were walking down Schiffbauerdamm along the River Spree when we came across this beautiful theatre building.
Located in a little square this theatre building is very pleasing on the eye and the square were it's located is a very peaceful area of Berlin, there's...More
Here at the theater established by Bertolt Brecht, performances are in German without subtitles or other translation aids; so the productions are most enjoyable for those with some mastery of the language or familiarity with the play or musical on offer. This particular evening, we...More
Dreigroschen Oper (Brecht/Weill) in Berliner Ensemble theatre was a wonderful experience, the text and music are superb, of course, but the performance was also splendid. The audience was enthusiastic. No wonder this has been in program since 2007! The building is interesting also, but surely...More
Today was my first time at Berliner Ensemble but not the last. I was going to see Faust but when I arrived had the play already started. A lovely lady gave me a free ticket and said I could get in by the backdoor. The...More
We went to see Faust yesterday and any theater lover should see even not knowing German. Download the play from the Internet for free, read before hand and run to see the play. It is once in a lifetime performance. The stage, the music, the...More
I got a ticket on the night for 5 euro, think it was a student ticket and the seat wasn't the best but it was worth it to experience being in Brecht's old theatre. There was an exhibition on as well which was free and...More
The attendant will tell you that he/she is busy with the box office and cannot show you the inside. Therefore your visit will be limited to the hall. You might have a look at the program and at the old doors...that's it. Nevertheless, arriving there...More