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Friedrichstadt-Palast Berlin, Berlin

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  • The visit in the Friedrichstadt Palace with a program at the highest level (the one) was previously bookable parking reservations and ordering the breaks snack at the bar (incl. seat) before the performance, to a totally relaxed enjoyment of art.
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  • The show "The One" was great and has once again surpassed the previous! Unique costumes, excellent artists, great voices - it hatv everything fit!
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  • The one is an absolutely stunning show with fantastic costumes, the first-rate choreography, the perfect dancers and dancers, the impressive stage, the fabulous acrobatics and in the Auditorium, in which all have a good view.
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  • Great venue! Was very surprised at the moving stage floor which was put to fantastic use during the One Show, and felt you would probably get a great experience in any of the seated sections without needing to fork out for the front row. Will be keeping an eye out for more shows here the next time I'm in Berlin!
  • Saw the One show. It's a revue, not a show so totally disjointed and meaningless. However great entertainment. You don't need to speak German to be entertained. We paid almost 90 euros for front seats, but to be honest even the ones at the back seemed great. Largest theatre stage in the world it seems. The floor can open up to a large pool. You can pre book drinks and snacks for half time-all very efficient. Only downer is almost 2000 people and about 10 toilets for half time, it was bedlam.
  • This stage is amazing!! Nice company dancers, great technique, beautiful sound and lights. Very good music and show, unique costumes and truely fine event!!
  • Expectations for THE ONE GRAND SHOW was high and the actual result was: • Flat as a 100 year old undusted wooden chair. • Boring and cold as a machine. • Lead vocalist just took the show to abyss with his weak, undistinctive and impersonal voice. Jean-Paul Gaultier should fire his current choreographer. Or change the whole cast? Or just keep to fashion? Even the costumes lack the creativity. Why the hell do they have WHITE costumes?!? The Black and Asians just looked like CAUCASIANS. Was this meant to be? The architecture itself was classic in its style and the interior depicted an eerie of outdated-modernism. Acoustics inside the room needed some upgrade in compared to a number of theatres I have been to.
  • Went to go see The Wyld show. This is a review for that. This show was good but not great. It's more like, wow that took a lot of practice and not, wow I've never seen that before. The lights and music were amazing! The theater is relatively small so any seat is solid. For the almost $150 for 2 people I would say it is not worth the money