We love this city and its relentless night life.
Here are 8 of the most unusual Berlin music venues, not just as musical, but also architectural and historical gems.
– a former derelict waterwork
Architect: reconstructed by Gerhard Spangenberg in 2006
- set in a former swimmingpool
Architects: Clarke & Kuhn || 2011
- a silent film cinema in 1929. closed after WWII bombing
Reopened by by Per Aspera Productions || 2012
- renovated space originating back to the 19th century when the place served as stables for a royal regiment
- former power plant from 1960.
Gartenstrasse cabaret theatre
- Weimar era 1905. theater, closed by the Nazis during the WWII || reopening 2017!
- Greek-style amphitheatre built for the infamous 1936 Summer Olympic
Architect: Werner March
- Hidden deep within Wedding’s Uferhallen – a large, brick cultural complex once used for repairing vehicles and now used for dance studios, concerts and art exhibitions