The Hansa-Theater on Steindamm in Hamburg was the embodiment of German varieté for over a century. Since its reopening in 2009, guests have once again been able to enjoy artistically sophisticated varieté theatre and first-class culinary delights.
For more than a century, the legendary Hansa Theater in Hamburg was regarded as an embodiment of German vaudeville, until it fell victim to the war in 1943. Since 1964, when Siegfried and Roy first performed here, the Hansa Theater has shone in new splendour and since then has again been offering artistically sophisticated variety theater, which offers a stage for national and international artists. In the shows of for example Nils Weberling, Phillip Huber or the Duo Minasov you enjoy best entertainment. In addition, the Hansa Theater, which is considered one of Hamburg's most important landmarks, offers first-class culinary delights, so that on an evening as a guest at the Hansa Theater you will not only get your money's worth in terms of cabaret, but also enjoy the finest cuisine from Hamburg's Haus Kowalke.