The Friedrichstadt-Palast is unique in its program. Here, the great tradition of Berlin show entertainment is carried on in an ultra-modern way. Its huge dimensions are unequaled: over 100 artists perform the largest revue shows on the biggest stage of the world! An unforgettable experience.
The new Grand Show 'ARISE - Love is stronger than time' sparks a torrent of emotions that will also tug on your heartstrings and evoke powerful and magnificent images. Poignant and moving, it overflows with hope, happiness and a joy for life. Fall in love with over 100 artists on the largest theatre stage in the world.Extravagant costumes, breathtaking stage sets and artistic excellence will amaze you. ARISE. Grand Show. Grand Emotions.
Revue shows are not musicals. Coherence is primarily achieved through visual imagery rather than narrative storytelling. Meaning they are also perfect for guests with no knowledge of German.
"Absolutely perfect!" (The Irish Times)
"The Friedrichstadt-Palast is an icon of Berlin nightlife" (El País)
"A GIGANTIC hit! Bravo!!!" (Broadway World)
"Las Vegas in Berlin" (The Sunday Times)
"Must-See in Berlin" (New York Times)
Safety & hygiene instructions
Our building has been quality checked by TÜV:
Our hygiene concept has been awarded the TÜV seal of quality for “Tested Covid-19 Infection Protection”. This means that our building fulfils all the requirements in terms of having the necessary measures for protection and hygiene, thereby ensuring that our guests can enjoy attending a show in safety. All our measures are regularly reviewed and updated.
Modern ventilation system in the hall:
We made good use of the “performance-free” period over the past year, bringing forward a number of modernisation measures that we had already been planning. The focus of these was the extensive construction work involved in replacing the Palast’s ventilation system. With this new system, the air in the hall is replaced up to eight times an hour. Furthermore, the air circulation moves in an upwards direction. Fresh air is introduced at ground level and then removed under the ceiling of the hall. This reduces the concentration of aerosols to a minimum.
You can always find this and other up-to-date information here: https://www.palast.berlin/en/hygiene/