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Aachen has varied architecture style. The theatre was on our way from the train station to the ancient city centre. The Roman columns and facade caught our attention. What a pity it was a Sunday and it was closed as was almost the whole of...More
We visited Aachen for the opening of Verdi's La Traviata. The building is Majestic from the outside, functional and minimalistic inside. The main Theatre is well built. Great acoustic and view at the stage. At the second stage balcony it was quite hot; just enough...More
Always have time pressure to arrange and attend a show there. Placed in the "to do list of Aachen". Enjoyed a lot the building from outside, columns of the façade is so beautiful. Wish to attend a performance and review about inside😊
The theater in Aachen, neo classic-style, is beautiful for viewing. Both from the outside and inside. Especially the ‘spiegelfoyer’(mirrorroom) is a nice place to be. One can drink something and enjoy small dishes. The staff is very friendly. For an evening out, by attending an...More
In center of Aachen you see the very nice white columns of the Theater of Aachen; and offers every thing, classical plays, opera and ballet up to contemporary theater with many diversified program; well renowned artists perform in Aachen regulary;
Aachen is also the city...More
We attended a performance of Tannhäuser at this theatre and really enjoyed it. The building looks big from the outside but smaller inside. We sat in the Parkett and the view wasn't perfect with big heads in front of us, but the production was clever...More
Unfortunately, lack of time prevented us from attending any performances at this theatre. However, just admiring the building from outside gave us a lot of pleasure. The classical columns of the façade and the superb figures in the tympanum are absolutely beautiful and it is...More
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I visit theatre and opera in Aachen for about seven years now. The shows are mostly in German. If it is in another language, for example Italian (Opera), it will only be subtitled in German. If you know only basic... More
I visit theatre and opera in Aachen for about seven years now. The shows are mostly in German. If it is in another language, for example Italian (Opera), it will only be subtitled in German. If you know only basic German, it depends on to wkat extent you already know the story if you can enjoy it. Mostly, half an hour before the start of the show, someone will give an introduction (in German). You can also buy a little booklet (1 euro) in which you can read in German about the story, and get some background information.
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