The magnificent neo-baroque Schauspielhaus is the largest theatre in Germany and one of Hamburg’s most impressive architectural treasures. Opened in 1901, it is one of the leading theatres in the country, known for its original, contemporary productions of classical plays. Thanks to meticulous renovations the theatre’s guests can enjoy plays in a gorgeous ambience created by a beautiful fresco ceiling, stucco decorations, chandeliers, and luxurious red furnishings.
Kirchenallee 39, 20099 Hamburg, Germany, +49 40 2487 13
Nope, this isn't Paris or Rome. It's… Hamburg. The spectacular Deutsches Schauspielhaus is the largest theatre in Germany, and was established well over a century ago as an oasis of modern drama. Even today, it continues to stage some of the most eagerly awaited productions in the country. • Thanks @mein_hamburg for the great picture! • #explorehamburg #culturetrip #hamburg #meinhamburg #visitgermany #hamburgerecken #visithamburg #travelgram #instatravel #travel #architecture #theculturetrip #sponsored
Established in 1984 in a former crane factory, the Kampnagel is the largest independent production centre for contemporary performing arts in Europe. This unique theatre is undaunted by new formats, embracing unconventional ideas, and engaging with socially and politically important topics. Its diverse program includes local productions alongside international cooperations, special series and festivals, as well as conferences and symposia. The performances at Kampnagel often intersect various performance arts and aim to challenge, expand horizons and initiate discourse.
Jarrestraße 20, 22303 Hamburg, Germany, +49 40 2709 4949