Discount: 20% discount on the regular ticket price in PG A-C
“Best modern ensemble cabaret!” Berliner Morgenpost
The spiky DISTEL entertains with great humor and lots of live music.
Pacing, mocking, dissecting and tearing is always up to date – always on the cutting edge! Be it a snappy parody, a fun sketch or satirically twisted cover songs – the cleverly witted programs ensure fabulous pleasure. Lovers of cabaret and friends of black humor will get their money’s worth here as well as fans of political comedy.
DISTEL is the largest ensemble cabaret in Germany and enjoys a very high level of awareness. Her story alone is legendary. Opened in 1953 by decision of the East Berlin magistrate, it was to use satire as a “weapon in the class struggle” against the West. But because of the mostly inward, cunningly veiled GDR taunts, DISTEL soon became a thorn in the side of the government. Only the great popularity with the audience and the skill of their directors, authors and performers could save them from being threatened several times.
After the fall of the Berlin Wall, DISTEL established itself as an all-German cabaret. The proximity to the Reichstag and the Chancellery sees DISTEL as an incentive to be the sharp “sting at the seat of government”. For 25 years now, the cabaret has been the top address for political satire.
* Tickets subject to availability of free spaces for performances from Monday to Sunday. The offer does not apply to premieres and special events, Christmas and New Years. Prices in the DISTEL studio may differ. Valid only when purchased directly at the theater box office (cannot be reserved by phone) and within the validity of the EasyCityPass.
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The cabaret theater plays every day except a few Sundays:
Monday - Friday at 8 p.m.
Saturday 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. (July and August only 8 p.m.)
Sundays usually 6 p.m. - please note the schedule