Comfort Hotel Auberge
Bayreuther Strasse 10
Phone: (49) 30 2350020
Fax: (49) 30 23500299
Bayreuther Strasse 10, Berlin, DE, 10789
- Phone: (49) 30 2350020
- Fax: (49) 30 23500299
Widely regarded as the gay club in Berlin, this all-inclusive club features an expansive bar, multiple dance floors, and never-ending techno music. There are plenty of drink specials during the week, as well as a range of live performances by local DJs and artists. In addition to all this, the club has its own shop with a range of videos, toys, and magazines for party-goers. The venue is open daily from 10 p.m.
This cinema has several screens for your viewing pleasure. They screen moves from several genres be it kids, Horror, Crime or any thing else. For a more enjoyable experience, just sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. sit back, relax and let the plot of the film engross you completely. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
Named after the Greek goddess of Astronomy and Astrology, the Urania center in Berlin is a unique cultural and educational experience. Throughout the year a diverse array of lectures, films, exhibitions, study trips and cultural events are offered to educate and entertain adults and children alike. See website for a full listing of upcoming lectures and events.
When it comes to organizing events in a grand style, you cannot go wrong with Urania. And the equally stylish Humboldt-Saal in this venue, lives up to this reputation. The 866 seating capacity, large screens and a portable, vast stage area provide the perfect ambiance for every event, whether official or social.
Great atmosphere, luscious cocktails, different audiences and great music forms Kleine Nachtrevue. The night program with erotic songs and shows are absolute highlights. On entering, a woman leads you into a 1920s-style room, serves your drinks, and then the lights go dim. You might then recognize your hostess on stage, dressed skimpily. As the night moves on, the acts become naughtier, and the audience may find themselves tied to a chair and seduced by undressed performers. The service is good and the prices of beverages are not a rip-off.
Occupying a beautiful penthouse in the Eden Haus building, PanAm Lounge still retains its beauty from the 1960s, when it was a gathering place for employees of the now defunct PanAm Airlines. The swanky lounge sits on the tenth floor of the building and is used as a multi-purpose event space. Every piece of the decor invokes an old world charm and takes you back in time. Besides the stylish ambiance, the lounge boasts of breathtaking panoramic views of the city. This versatile venue can accommodate up to 200 people, and adds a touch of class to your special occasion. Check their website for bookings and more.
Die Stachelschweine Theater is home to the bitingly satirical group of the same name. What began in 1949 as political street performance quickly became a popular movement in those troubled times, and the wit and power of the original performances still hold strong today. At this intimate theater, located within the Europa Center, you can find a range of performances by the artists on a nightly basis, as well as several guest performances throughout the season. There is also a full bar that you can enjoy before or after the show. Stop by if you are in the mood for rebellious banter or the delightfully politically incorrect, and be sure to visit the website for a complete schedule of events.
This puppet theatre was only founded in 1993, but it has already gained a place in the hearts of its pint-sized audience. There are puppets of all kinds, including hand puppets, marionettes and Japanese bunraku puppets. The programme features classic fairy tales, home-grown pieces and several plays in English and French.
Every year more than 800 events take place at the prestigious Berlin University of the Arts. The rotation of events features an eclectic mix of concerts, performances, exhibitions, public readings and more. Many of these events take place at the Konzertsaal Bundesallee D. Hdk. So with no dearth of interesting events, there is a lot to look forward to.
In the 1950s this cinema was celebrated as an architectural novelty. Even today you can still feel the spirit of the golden years despite the fact that the UCI Berlin Zoo Palast has undergone numerous face changes since. The Zoo Palast celebrated its most glamorous moments during the Berlin Film Festival, when popular stars like Walt Disney, Jodie Foster, Tom Hanks and Dustin Hoffman graced it with their presence. You can choose from a wide range of international and Hollywood films on offer. Check website for more details on current and upcoming shows and exact show times.
If you love watching movies, then Filmpalast Berlin is the ideal place to be. At this theater, you can catch the latest flicks, apart from eating popcorn and sipping on some coke. This theatre is well-equipped with all the audio visual equipment and offers very good movies every week. For further details, please check the website.
An architectural marvel, the Alte Bahnhofshalle Friedenau dates back to almost874, this place has been converted as a venue for cultural and local events. Around 100 people can be accommodated here and it is handicap friendly including the rest rooms. Besides providing space, they also take care of the catering for events like parties, social functions, musical events, private meets etc. They provides for chairs and music and facilities such as projectors. The per day rates include the usage of the garden space and cleaning services provided by the venue itself.