Theater am Goetheplatz
This Bremen theater (Am Goetheplatz 1-3) is your go-to venue for a night of classic German culture. With its 800 seats, this classical building is the perfect place to check out operas, ballets, drama, poetry readings and even jazz music.
Die Glocke (Bremen Music Hall)
Those visitors craving an emphasis on music can check out this Bremen music hall (Domsheide 4-5 ). For over 75 years, Die Glocke has made a name for itself with its wonderful acoustics and dynamic ambiance. This is also the chosen venue for the many concerts of the Bremen Philharmonic Orchestra and the Bremen Chamber Orchestra.
St. Peter’s Cathedral
For a truly moving musical performance, you can head to the Bremen cathedral of St. Peter’s (Sandstraße 10-12). You will be treated to heavenly organ and chamber music, choral performances and oratorios.
The Packhaustheater (Wüstestätte 11) caters to the more modern crowd. If opera and ballet just aren’t your thing, then come and check out the comedic styles of this Bremen theater. You can see some light comedy shows and other theatrical performances. With its address situated right in the Schnoorviertel, it also gets points for a great location!
If you’re looking for some avant-garde and ultra-modern theater, then the Alte Liebe (Buntentorsteinweg 112) is a must. Their shows combine everyday life situations with edgy politics and a strong artistic flair.
This Bremen theater (Wüste Stätte 11) is more family-friendly than the previous one! But that doesn’t mean adults won’t also have a good time. Theatrium is a puppet theater that puts on performances ranging from classical stories to modern Hollywood films (Woody Allen has been one program).
The Schnürschuh (Buntentorsteinweg 145) is a landmark on the Bremen theater scene and a good bet for a wide variety of performances. Their usual fare consists of comedy, youth theater, kids’ shows and concerts.