Stage Theater Neue Flora Hamburg's largest musical theatre
The "Neue Flora" theatre built in the style of the 1920s is located in the direct vicinity of the Holstenbrauerei and is now an important landmark in Hamburg.
The Phantom of the Opera", one of Germany's most popular musicals, found its first home here from 1990 to 2001 and delighted more than seven million spectators. Further successful musical productions such as "Tanz der Vampire", "Dirty Dancing" and "Tarzan" followed before the Phantom returned to the stage again in 2013. Until recently, the magical magic of Arabian nights blew through the picturesque theatre hall with the award-winning Disney production ALADDIN, wich was replaced by Cirque du Soleil PARAMOUR.
Before or after the musical the guests can enjoy the international delicacies of the adjacent restaurant "Cardoza's" or enjoy ice-cold drinks and cocktails in the Stage Club.
The Neue Flora in Hamburg is one of the largest theatres in Germany with almost 2,000 seats and was built in 1989/90. The seats are arranged like in a classical amphitheatre and offer an unrestricted view of the stage from all seats. This covers an area of 1,500 m², divided into the side, back and main stages. The height from the understage to the roof is 33 metres.
Hamburg CARD Discount
With Hamburg CARD, Hamburg CARD Local, Hamburg CARD Premium or Hamburg CARD Premium Plus
10% discount subject to availability at the Stage Theatre box offices
Discount on the normal or full price subject to availability; 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.