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St. Pauli Theater
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St. Pauli Theater
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St. Pauli Theater
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St. Pauli Theater
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St. Pauli Theater
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St. Pauli Theater
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St. Pauli Theater
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St. Pauli Theater
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St. Pauli Theatre

Hamburg's oldest private theatre

In Hamburg's St. Pauli Theater, sophisticated performances take place every day, which fit perfectly into the rough surroundings of the Theaterhaus on the Reeperbahn.

The St. Pauli Theatre on the Reeperbahn has the reputation of being Hamburg's oldest private theatre. The theatre building is already a listed building. Due to the special location in the middle of the Reeperbahn amusement mile, the performances in the St. Pauli Theatre also have a more rustic touch than in the usual city theatres of Hamburg and thus promise even long-established theatre fans a refreshingly different performance experience. Pre-orders for theatre tickets can be placed either by telephone or online. Alternatively, guests can also purchase tickets at the box office or at all usual advance booking offices. The St. Pauli Theater can also be easily reached by public transport using the S1 and U3.

Intelligent entertainment at the highest level, with the best actors, comedians and musicians and the programmatic focus on Hamburg make it unmistakable in the Hamburg theatre scene. The plays are robust and popular, without squinting at populism.

It is not only the oldest private theatre in the city, but also one of the oldest in Germany. Today, the St. Pauli Theater sees itself as a modern folk theatre, which tries again and again to sound out how intelligent entertainment can be on this mile with its own and co-productions as well as selected guest performances.

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With Hamburg CARD or Hamburg CARD Local

25% discount

Discounts on the normal or full price for remaining tickets at the box office (valid for in-house and in-house productions with the exception of premieres, guest performances, special events, Christmas and New Year's Eve). Ticket, system and advance booking fees are not discountable.

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