- Experience THE ONE Grand Show and see the most lavish spectacle in all of Europe, showered with praise by The New York Times, Lonely Planet and others
- See 500 amazing costumes by legendary designer Jean Paul Gaultier and lighting by Emmy Award-winning Peter Morse
- Witness over 100 performers and incredible choreography on the world's biggest theater stage
Journey through a young man's dream in this visual spectacular on the world's biggest theater stage. The New York Times calls the Palast a “must-see” during every visit to Berlin. Lonely Planet raves about this revue's “mind-boggling special effects” and “stunning productions”. We agree, THE ONE Grand Show should definitely make your Berlin to-do list (right up there with the Wall, the TV Tower, and currywurst).
Unlike musicals, revue shows have no common thread - they're surreal collages of glamorous images. In the case of THE ONE Grand Show, with costumes by the living legend of haute couture Jean Paul Gaultier, you'll be witnessing visions of a young man's subconscious. Over 100 artists come together to create this fantastical world; it gets weird, wonderful and visually overwhelming.
The Palast's shows attract 700,000 visitors a year, making this the number one theater in Berlin.
With an impressive budget of €11 million, some are calling this the most lavish show in Europe. You might come to the same opinion once you see the body of fluorescent water on the stage, illuminated by lighting design from Emmy Award winner Peter Morse, who has lit stages for Michael Jackson, Madonna, and Prince - among others.
The mind-boggling special effects, the music, the dancing, the glimmering, shimmering, feathery costumes - it's hard to choose a favorite fantastical element. But you don't have to - all you need to do is sit back and enjoy. This show is literally a dream come true!
Friedrichstraße 107, 10117 Berlin, Germany
How to use your tickets
Exchange your mobile tickets at the box office of Friedrichstadt - Palast at least 45 minutes before the show starts. You can exchange your ticket 20 meters to the right of the main entrance of the Palast.
U6 Oranienburger Tor, S1, S2, S25 Oranienburger Strasse.
The venue can cater to wheelchairs in row 3. Please let staff know in advance if you'll be arriving with a wheelchair.