Der kleine Wassermann on Sat 7th + Sun 8th October, 3:30pm

Razzz 4 Kids on Wed 1st + Thurs 2nd November, 11am

Pippi Longstocking on Wed 11th + Thurs 12th October, 10:30am

This isn't just the motto of the famous author of children's books and philanthropist. It's also the motto of the Astrid Lindgren stage at the FEZ Berlin. Astrid Lindgren talked and wrote stories about things that children need, and are missing.

The Astrid Lindgren stage aims to open up a new world to children. It's a world of adventure, fantasy, music and poetry - the world of theatre.

Mio, My Son

Astrid Lindgren's poetic masterpiece tells a story of love and friendship, of trust between parent and child and of the wonder of life. A show that will leave you dreaming, discussing and disbelieving. The Astrid Lindgren Stage also offers an extra-curricular class for school groups as preparation before the show or a follow-up afterwards.




A Look Behind The Scenes

How is the stage built? Where are the actors and actresses when they're not on stage. How many people are actually required to put on a theatre production and what do things look like backstage?

Resources and other activities offered in association with our theatre productions can be viewed here.

What's On?

We invite children and adults from near and far to take in a show from our hugely varied parogramme. Families, friends and school groups are all warmly welcomed in our theatre. We look forward to your visit!