Krystallpalast Variety Theatre in Leipzig
Leipzig's original Krystallpalast, which first opened its doors in 1882, was one of Germany's largest entertainment venues at the end of the 19th century and featured international stars such as Josephine Baker and the Italian juggler Enrico Rastelli.
Since 1994 the new Krystallpalast Variety Theatre has been continuing the work of its predecessor, which was destroyed during the Second World War. And once again, thrilling acrobatics, captivating music, hilarious comedy and great cuisine have come together to provide audiences with a variety experience of world renown.
The Newcomershow at Krystallpalast Varieté is a festival for Variety and
circus artists who have not yet performed in a German Variety. It is
attended by many agents and artistic directors of the leading cabarets
in Germany, as well as an international crowd of professionals who book
acts for festivals, circus and theaters. Many former participants got
their first Variety contracts during the event. There is no age limit.