Open Air Cinema Rehberge: Good movies in a fairy tale forest

Programmflyer vor dem Eingang des Freiluftkinos Rehberge

Cand­les light the way and lead the visi­tor up a fores­ty hill. It does­n’t seem to be Ber­lin-Mit­te at all any­mo­re. „Wel­co­me to the most roman­tic Open Air cine­ma in Ber­lin“, we are gree­ted. A racoon fami­ly is living in the cine­ma, and birds of prey have been sigh­ted here as well – if you enter Reh­ber­ge, you think you’­re in a fai­ry tale forest…

 

Reincarnated

Freiluftkino RehbergeThe sta­ge, which is almost as char­med as Wald­büh­ne, has exis­ted in Reh­ber­ge sin­ce 1935. In the past, howe­ver, it was dif­fi­cult to estab­lish a venue there.
In 1946, the Ber­li­ners could still see Shake­speare plays in Reh­ber­ge, and in 1980 a theat­re group used the sta­ge for one mon­th. Howe­ver, the venue dis­in­te­f­ra­ted more and more – Wed­ding just did­n’t have enough money to fix it. In the 2000’s, the place ser­ved as a par­ty ground and a secret shel­ter for homeless peop­le – and in 2007 it was sold for 1 €. The new owner is theat­re pro­du­cer Bernd Mot­sch­mann. He restau­ra­ted the sta­ge in 2008 for 150000 € and star­ted the busi­ness up again in 2009.

Digital Cinema

Freiluftkino LeinwandThe cine­ma is run by Piffl Medi­en, who also orga­ni­ze open air cine­mas in Kreuz­berg and Fried­richs­hain. Main­ly arthouse-movies are play­ed the­re. Sin­ce 2014, the cine­ma comes with new digi­tal tech­no­lo­gy for bet­ter visi­on and sound.
Most of the movies are scree­n­ed in a Ger­man ver­si­on, but some­ti­mes Eng­lish ori­gi­nal ver­si­ons are shown – with the big high­light defi­ni­te­ly being the „Rocky Hor­ror Pic­tu­re Show“ on the 30th of August…

ADDRESS The Frei­luft­ki­no Reh­ber­ge is loca­ted in Volks­park Reh­ber­ge near Nach­ti­gal Platz in Wed­ding district. U7 Reh­ber­ge or Afri­ka­ni­sche Straße
ENTRANCE 7.00 €, ONLINE TICKET 7,00 €. Use link but­ton next to film title.

ADVANCE SALES 7.40 € inclu­ding boo­king fee at all con­cert ticket outlets.

trans­la­ti­on: Danie­la Hombach

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Joachim Faust

hat 2011 den Blog gegründet. Heute leitet er das Projekt Weddingweiser. Mag die Ortsteile Wedding und Gesundbrunnen gleichermaßen.

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