"If I've made just one child's heart happy, then I'm satisfied."

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.

Safety First!

Attention!

As per the measures decreed by the Berlin Senate on 14th March to reduce the spread of Coronavirus, all events in the FEZ Berlin and Berlin State Academy For Music are cancelled until further notice. In addition the swimming pool is closed, all events in the Alice Museum For Children, Astrid Lindgren Stage and Orbitall Centre are postponed and school project days will not take place. These measures are initially in place until Sunday 19th April. Furthermore, additional measures introduced by the national and local governments mean the play areas around the FEZ are now also closed.

Any tickets purchased for cancelled events will be refunded on request. Either hand them in to the FEZ reception in person (please call in advance on 030 53071 500) or send an email to tickets(at)fez-berlin.de containing your full name and booking number. 

Please consult our website and our Facebook page for any further developments.

Thank you for your understanding!

The Managing Directors

Our New Programme

Check out our new programme (valid for January until June) and download it here as a PDF.

We look forward to seeing you!

Theatre Makes You Clever

Accompanying programmes to the school curriculum for January to June 2020

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Primary School Theatre Days

Project days in June 

Strong Kids – "… be wild and wonderful!"

It's now 75 years since Astrid Lindgren published her first stories about Pippi Longstocking... Book here>>

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.