Bremen Theatre is a municipal theatre that is known throughout Germany. It is considered a public forum for aesthetic and political reflection on the problems, risks, liberties and pleasures of modern urban life.
The theatre on Goetheplatz square covers four genres (music theatre, plays, dance, and children's and youth theatre) and has four permanent venues, Theater am Goetheplatz, Kleines Haus, Moks and Brauhauskeller. Each season, the diverse programme features more than 30 premieres and 600 performances, as well as concerts, readings and parties. Introductions to plays, audience discussions after performances and series of talks encourage a direct dialogue with the public.
Theater am Goetheplatz
Programme includes opera, plays, dance, readings, 'lieder evenings' and more. Over 800 seats, theatre gallery in the foyer.
Modern theatre venue presenting all four genres of Bremen Theatre, with a programme alternating between opera, plays, dance and youth theatre.
A versatile and intimate 99-seater venue with a wide-ranging programme of plays, dance, youth theatre and readings plus the Theatertreffen series.
Venue for productions by Bremen’s Moks theatre for children, young people and adults with the chance to see behind the scenes.