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The Theater im Keller was founded on January 3rd, 1987, and offers its visitors more than 150 performances every year. Despite the German name (Theater im Keller translates into "theater in the basement"), the theater is on the ground floor rather...more
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Weserstr. 211 | near Hermannplatz, 12047 Berlin, Germany
Sadly I did not get the same enjoyment out of this as the majority of people who have posted reviews. I am fully bilingual so I cannot use that as an excuse I just found it a bit 'dated', the jokes were old the choreography...More
TheaterImKeller, Inhaber at Theater im Keller, responded to this reviewResponded July 24, 2018
Thank your for your open and honest words. As you know and can see, the taste level is very unique. You expected a glamorous drag show. But as you said by yourself, our stage and also the height of the stage is very...More
Absolutely amasing place.
The artists' voices are incredible. This was so impressive to observe just sitting right in front of them!
I brought my boyfriend, who was a bit skeptical in the beginning, but in the end he had a lot of fun.
Our evening at the Theater in Keller was everything we hoped for. The ambience was very comfortable, and the staff friendly and helpful. More importantly the entertainment was first class! Non-German speakers may have some difficulty with the various acts, but the singing and acting...More
Came here with my class and had an absolute blast! Great entertainment and the intimate atmosphere really made it that much better! The show is in German, but the actresses made an extra effort to let us know what they were saying so that we...More
TheaterImKeller, Inhaber at Theater im Keller, responded to this reviewResponded July 1, 2017
thank you so much for this 5 Star rating! It´s always our effort to integrate our non-german speaking audience. Maybe we see you again soon? :-) Best wishes.... Team Theater im Keller
Well, this was a surprise for me. First turned out as a restaurant , but after also a theater. So cool ! :)
The show was magnificient ! I haven't had a laugh like that since i don't know when.
Lights, music, dance, all were...More
One of the best shows I've been to. We all laughed ourselves to tears. Most of it was in German, with a couple songs in English, but it didn't stop my non-German speaking friends from liking it as much as I did.
The whole extras...More
I was really lucky to have the opportunity to attend this show during my visit in Berlin. That was fantastic! So much fun, art, attraction and energy these artists had. I can call them "super stars".
Also the owner was very nice and friendly. We...More
A fun thing to do while visiting Berlin. I think I was the only tourist there. Basically a comedy show. Don't worry if your German is limited - it still is extremely funny. Several times during the show (I took in the classic show) the...More
Me and my partner went to the mid-week drag show (the only non-Germans in the audience) and had a great time!
Whilst it is about 50/50 German/English (majority of songs in English though) - the drag queens' comic timings were on point. Even the comedic...More
Sassy, kinky, witty and hilarously funny. Very entertaining, full of glitz and glamour with some full on choreography. Unfortunately, my German was not good enough to catch some of the dirty jokes, but they sure seemed funny. Recommend to anyone visiting Berlin!
No Berlin neighbourhood is more popular with the young and jet-set crowd than the old worker's district of Neukölln. With so many Turkish settled here, the area became known as “Little Istanbul“. Today the percentage of foreigners is still high and visitors still frequent the Turkish shisha bars. In the daytime, they also visit the designer shops and sit by the canal in one of the street cafés up and down
Westerstrasse or at Maybachufer, having a beer and waving to the sightseeing boats as they float by. But at night, Neukölln is dominated by increasingly young, alternative, and international crowds. This is particularly evident in the northern section of the district where there are many bars, funky clubs, galleries and restaurants. There, the night never seems to end.