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This is a huge beautiful old building but it is immaculately clean and has modern projection and sound. The seat were so comfortable with plenty of legroom. I really enjoyed going - watch out for showings in English if you don't speak German.
I’ve had the fortune to see the King in concert 4 times and today was among the very best. Pristine sound and a powerful performance, which I enjoyed in the company of my sister. Some comments:
-Unusually, they played Dawn Song and Last Skirmish but...More
The cinema features typical design elements of the 50s which creates a special atmosphere. You can also book a tour on the website (German only, as far as I know) to go behind the scenes and find out about the cinema's history and technical details....More
Mainly this is a cinema but there are theatre and concert performances, too. The historic building was opened in 1928. Today it still is the biggest film palace in Germany.
If you dislike US-american-style cinemas and prefer elegant and plush athmosphere like I do go...More
It is the cinema with the biggest screen - in the past as well as today many premiers take place here. Recently renovated, the architectural beauty and the charm remained, however more comfortable seats.
We went to Lichtburg to watch the Hateful 8 presented in 70 MM. The whole movie theater was sold out and the atmosphere was great. However if you sit in the stalls area near the back, the viewing experience was actually quite bad. The screen...More
It was opened in 1928 as the most modern cinema in the country. During WW II a fire destroyed completely, but it was reconstructed in the style of the fifties. This is the most elegant cinema in Germany, a lot of premiers are held here.