Ballhaus Prinzenallee: The Forgotten House — A Documentary Installation in Theatrical Scenes 

@ Ballhaus Prinzenallee
Playing times
Sa 28.05 10:00 - 18:00
The Ballhaus Prinzenallee is located in a typical Weddinger backyard. A continuous, step-free and level access (incl. curb ramp) from the street to the building and to the event area of a width of at least 150 cm is available. Barrier-free sanitary facilities are also available, but there are no barrier-free parking spaces. Space for wheelchairs or walkers is provided in the event hall/area and there is the possibility of special suitable seat reservation and/or to enter the hall ahead of time.

Contact: Oliver Toktasch
Phone: 0157 34 74 98 50

Building. History. Present.

The audience will experience the building over the course of a guided tour as well as learn about its moving history of the former Schmidtschen Ballsaal. 

During the era of the German Empire, it began life as a classic ballroom in the “Berlin style” for the simple people living in Wedding. The golden twenties rushed by. Nazis tortured the communists on the in-house bowling alley. It was a prison camp and a house of worship. From the disco in the rear building to the Fall of the Berlin Wall and into today. 

Ballhaus Prinzenallee presents itself and its history in a painted, printed as well as playful theater and dance performance as a documentary installation. Afterward, everyone can enjoy a glass of sparkling wine and discuss what they have experienced.

With: Ufuk Tan Altunkaya, Ahmet Özer, Freya Kreuzkam, Jonas Broxtermann, Ufuk Güldü, Ideal Kanal, Hassan Dib Aka & Christan Bojidar 
Direction: Oliver Toktasch


Ballhaus Prinzenallee

Prinzenallee 33, 13359 Berlin, Deutschland