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K52 is a popular venue in Frankfurt that hosts a diverse range of events. The stylish interiors and modernized facilities provide the perfect setting for every occasion. The events held here are sure to be a success.
Opera is a burning issue in Frankfurt in more ways than one. Outsiders tend to associate it with the Alte Oper or the Opernbühne, but both were completely destroyed in the World War II. A new building was opened in 1951 but burned to the ground in 1987, being reopened some four years later. The stucco sculpting on the ceiling of the foyer is of particular architectural interest. The works of the six operatic stalwarts are staged here more than anything else, though they also alternate with more recent composers. Instead of a permanent program, the Oper Frankfurt currently employs a staggione system, staging performances in groups. The reputation of the opera house used to be a cut above the rest, but is on the wane as a result of internal disputes, despite some spectacular productions.
The English Theatre Frankfurt was founded in 1979 and has moved to few locations before settling in its present location. The charismatic theater is home to Broadway and West End shows, musicals and comedies. As there aren't many English language theaters in the region, the theater is popular with school classes who come to improve their English. Visitors can relax in the bistro before or after performances.
Schauspielhaus 18R is a place where you will find entertaining plays, engrossing cultural events and socializing activities. An extension of the Schauspeil Frankfurt, this outdoor venue has regular events going on. Whether it is related with human emotions or equations, the shows entertain as well as are thought provoking.
A landmark in Frankfurt's skyline, the distinctive Japan Centre is a multi-dimentional business space, and offers office rentals and conference facilities in the heart of the city. The conference center offers four rooms of varying capacity, for seminars and conferences from 20 to 200 people, depending on your requirements. For rentals and details, please visit the website.
Bumb Junior is an entertainment venue located at Taunustor, high above the city of Frankfurt am Main. You can select between Windows 25, or the loft by the sparkling river. It is also a family owned business that works towards orchestrating your formal events hosted at the Bumb Junior. Ranging from wedding receptions, business conferences, shows, seminars, private parties and more Bumb Junior has the experience of pulling events with panache. The team offers finest catering services and has happy customers throughout the city who are testimony of their impeccable delivery. You can rely on them for pampering your guests and making everyone feel at ease.
Opened in 1963 and with a capacity of 700, the Schauspielhaus has, unfortunately, lost some of its initial glamor (when it became the first West German theater to feature plays by Bertolt Brecht). While its productions of modern-day classics by the likes of Thomas Bernhard, Hans Schwab and Karl Kraus are still decent, it is now better known for its political intrigues than its intriguing productions.
This comedy venue near Willy-Brandt-Platz has made a name for itself as a great place for comedy. The cast often features prominent guests from the world of television, and the productions are guaranteed to get you laughing. Over the years, this theater has carved out a niche for itself in the field of light comedy.
The Communication Museum deals with the development of communication over the centuries and includes numerous original exhibits such as early mailboxes, uniforms, telephones, postcards and stamps. An original Bell telephone and a piece of underwater cable from the first transatlantic telephone line are particularly interesting historical artifacts. Visitors can also try their hand at Morse code and other forms of electronic communication. Various films elucidate specific exhibits and particular themes. The building was extended in 1990 and is now a modern, well-organized and detailed museum.
Die Schmiere has been around since 1950 and is devoted to presenting some of the most interesting satirical productions. When the aim is to have a few good laughs and maybe even enjoy a night of feisty cabaret, this club has a solid reputation for being one of the most sought-after places in town. Check website for show timings.
The proud structure, standing tall on Taunusanlage street, does not only house multiple restaurants and bars, but also offers spaces for private events. The facade of Kameha Suite, with elegant carvings, exudes magnificence. Their dining options include the Next Level Restaurant, Suite Meet & Eat and the Sunset Terrace. If you would like to unwind with some drinks or delicious concoctions, visit Kameha Lounge, Onyx & Grey Goosebar or the Rothschild Lounge. The ambiance of each of their dining spaces stays in tune with the splendor of the structure.
Be it a foreign classic or a local favorite, all plays here are performed in the local dialect. The Volkstheater was founded by the well-known Frankfurt actress, Liesel Christ, more than a quarter of a century ago. All shows are performed completely in dialect, which is not only used for Goethe's Faust, but also for works by Shakespeare or contemporary pieces by Berthold Brecht. The theater group has been so successful that they appear in guest productions throughout the region. The open-air performances in the summer are especially popular.