• GOP Variety Theatre Bad Oeynhausen
    GOP Variety Theatre Bad Oeynhausen ©Frank Tellbüscher
  • Krystallpalast Variety Theatre, Leipzig
    Krystallpalast Variety Theatre, Leipzig ©Tom Schulze
  • Stars in Concert, Berlin
    Stars in Concert, Berlin ©„Stars in Concert“/Andreas Friese
  • Schmidt's Tivoli, Hamburg
    Schmidt's Tivoli, Hamburg ©Oliver Fantitsch
  • Circus Krone, various towns and cities
    Circus Krone, various towns and cities © imago
  • Friedrichsbau Variety Theatre, Stuttgart
    Friedrichsbau Variety Theatre, Stuttgart ©Alexandra Klein
  • Et cetera, Bochum
    Et cetera, Bochum ©Varieté et cetera
  • Chamäleon Theatre, Berlin
    Chamäleon Theatre, Berlin ©Andy Phillipson
  • English Theatre Berlin
    English Theatre Berlin ©Christian Jungeblodt
  • Fliegende Bauten Theatre, Hamburg
    Fliegende Bauten Theatre, Hamburg ©PR Fliegende Bauten
  • Tipi am Kanzleramt, Berlin
    Tipi am Kanzleramt, Berlin ©Stefan Klonk
  • Circus Carl Busch, various towns and cities
    Circus Carl Busch, various towns and cities © imago
  • Wintergarten Theatre, Berlin
    Wintergarten Theatre, Berlin © Wintergarten Varieté Berlin

Artisteja, vetonauloja, sensaatioita:
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Suuria tähtiä ja suuria tunteita: Ne kuuluvat yksinkertaisesti yhteen. Mukaansa tempaavat revyyt, uskalias kabaree, elegantti varietee ja luonnollisesti sirkus, tämä menneisyyden ja nykyisyyden ihana unelmien maailma: Ne kaikki pyytävät istumaan ensimmäiselle riville ja kokemaan ensiluokkaisia esityksiä.

Located in Berlin Mitte, the very heart of the capital, the Hackesche Höfe complex is Germany's largest series of enclosed courtyards and one of Berlin's main attractions. This is where you will find the atmospheric Chamäleon Theatre, a charming venue whose historical, art nouveau concert hall goes hand in hand with superb cuisine and the latest in stage technology. It is the perfect setting for variety, cabaret and events that are out of the ordinary.

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In 1997 Roncalli's Apollo Variety Theatre opened in Düsseldorf , directly under Kniebrücke bridge on the banks of the Rhine. Director Bernhard Paul describes it as " Circus Roncalli's more elegant and rakish little brother". The theatre offers audiences an array of variety acts from around the world including magic, acrobatics, juggling and comedy. With seating for 506 people, the Apollo is one of Europe's largest variety theatres.

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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.

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"Liberty, Egality, Variety!" This is the motto of the Tigerpalast Variety Theatre, which has been a fixture of central Frankfurt since 1988. The theatre specialises in two-hour shows featuring some of the world's top stand-ups, wordsmiths, singers, tightrope walkers, jugglers and magicians – and always backed by a live, inhouse variety band. The inhouse cuisine is equally impressive: no wonder that the Tiger Restaurant has been the proud holder of a Michelin star since 1997.

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For seven years the et cetera was Germany's only touring variety theatre, but it finally set up permanent camp in Bochum in the heart of the Ruhr region in 1999. Here you can treat yourself to fine food and drink in the theatre's spacious foyer with bar, in the café garden or in the auditorium itself, whilst expert performances by acrobats, jugglers, dancers, singers, magicians and compères transport you to the magical world of variety. Both the theatre's programme and the entire cast of performers change four times every year.

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Global firms, banks and research institutes attract people from all over the world to Frankfurt am Main , and this is of course reflected in the city's cultural scene. The International Theatre Frankfurt regularly features drama from Germany, the UK, France, Italy and Russia in its core programme, and also offers foreign-language performances representing 20 other languages and cultures. The theatre's musical bill ranges from classical concerts to Klezmer and from Fado to jazz.

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The English Theatre Berlin (EBT) was known for a long time as 'Friends of Italian Opera' – even if that name was somewhat misleading. The theatre forms the hub of the capital's English-language theatre scene and does not feature any German plays (or Italian operas!) in its programme. Instead, it has a broad range of English-language offerings – both inhouse productions and touring shows – ranging from classic and contemporary drama to comedy acts. The ETB also co-produces works by young dramatists from all over the world.

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