Linienstraße 227, 10178 Berlin

Linienstraße 227, 10178 Berlin


  • Iphigenie takes on trolls at the Volksbühne

    An all-female ensemble takes on the final play in a trilogy of adaptations of ancient Greek tragedies.

    Oct 19, 2020

  • Existentialism in 8-bit: ULTRAWORLD at the Volksbühne

    REVIEW! Playing Mar 3 and 29 at the Volksbühne in German and English, Susanne Kennedy’s "ULTRAWORLD" is a psychedelic trip into the netherworlds of reality forcing us to see ourselves as co-creators in the game of life.

    Feb 25, 2020

  • Back to the future: Volksbühne's Germania

    REVIEW! Playing Jan 23 at the Volksbühne with English surtitles, Claudia Bauer's "Germania" is one of the most exciting Volksbühne productions in recent memory masterfully capturing the absurd, parodical essence of Heiner Müller's texts.

    Jan 21, 2020

  • Short-circuit: Volksbühne's Don’t be evil.

    REVIEW! Kay Voges' latest internet-inspired multimedia production at the Volksbühne playing Nov 22 and Dec 1 with English surtitles, unfortunately, does not compute.

    Nov 13, 2019

  • Queer soldier of fortune

    Already a filmmaker to watch at Berlin's PornFilmFestival, Jan Soldat is having a full-blown night at Volksbühne on Mar 28 at 8pm. The daring director's films provide intimate portraits of society's real sexual outcasts.

    Mar 18, 2014

  • Don’t Pussy out

    Berlin Premiere! Pussy vs. Putin documents the road that led to the imprisonment of three members of the punk band in Russia. After the August opening was cancelled last minute, watch the film at the Volksbühne on Wed, Dec 11 at 21:00.

    Dec 5, 2013

  • Watch out for the looove police

    Charles Veitch founded The Love Police to enforce a new kind of feeling in today's culture. While the heat from his hug-guns may have cooled, Harald Baer’s film documents the good-time protest. It premieres Nov 18 at Volksbühne with an afterparty.

    Nov 12, 2013

  • Murmel Murmel

    Don't expect intellectual theatre as Murmel Murmel, Dieter Roth's book adapted for stage, returns. But if you're intrigued by slapstick performances and colourful staging, you might just be able to get over the actors constant repetition of Murmel.

    May 16, 2012

  • Early Days: Michael Gira of Swans

    INTERVIEW: Michael Gira gives us a tour of his younger days, from work to hitchhiking to prison, and a taste of the wild times of Swans during stays in Berlin. He may be dark, but he's not scum!

    Dec 9, 2010

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