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Chamäleon Theater
Chamäleon Theater

Chamäleon Theater

Rosenthaler Straße 40 -41, Berlin, Germany

The Basics

Shows at the Chamäleonchange each season, with two main revues each year. The spectacular performances typically feature contemporary circus—“Cirque Nouveau”—acts, and circus companies and choreographers from all around the world have performed at the legendary theater. Guests can choose between theater hall and balcony seats.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Anyone that enjoys contemporary performances should make it a point to attend a show at the ChamäleonTheater.

  • Prices vary, depending on the performance.

  • A selection of food and drinks are served at the theater bar before the show and during intermission.

  • The theater has limited wheelchair-accessible seating, which must be booked in advance.

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How to Get There

The ChamäleonTheater is on Rosenthaler Straße in Berlin’s Mitte neighborhood. The closest U-Bahn station is Weinmeisterstrasse (U8) and S-Bahn station is Hackescher Markt (S3, S5, S7, and S75).

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When to Get There

The theater is open for shows every day except Monday. Most evening performances start around 8pm, and there are both matinee and evening performances on Saturday. The box office is open Monday 11am to 6pm, Thursday and Friday 11am to 8pm, Saturday 11am to 9:30pm, and Sunday 12pm to 6pm.

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Entertainment in Berlin's Mitte District

Not only is the Mitte District home to some of Berlin’s most important historic sites, but it's also the center of the capital’s nightlife and cultural scene. Some of Berlin’s most prestigious cultural venues can be found here, including the Deutsches Theater, Philharmonic Hall, Berlin Ensemble, and Friedrichstadt-Palast. Festivals including the Berlinale International Film Festival, the Classic Open Air in Gendarmenmarkt, and the Citadel Music Festival in Spandau are also held in Mitte.

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