Telephone +49 (0)30 47 99 74 00
Fax +49 (0)30 47 99 74 90
Monday to Saturday: 9 am - 8 pm
Sunday and holidays: 2 pm - 8 pm

Booking office 
Unter den Linden 41
10117 Berlin
Monday to Saturday: 11 am - 7 pm
Sunday and holidays: 1 pm – 4 pm

Box office 
(entrance Behrenstraße)
Ticket sales for each production start 1 hour before curtain-up; for foyer events, sales start from 1/2 hour before the beginning.

-reduced-price tickets cannot be reserved via the internet-

Komische Oper Berlin
Stiftung Oper in Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57
10117 Berlin
Telephone +49 (0)30 202 60 0
Fax +49 (0)30 202 60 405

Public transport

Local Trains and Trams
Friedrichstrasse: RE 1, RE 2, RE 7 and RB 14; S 1, S 2, S 25, S 5, S 7
Brandenburger Tor: S 1, S 2, S 25

Due to extensive construction work, the north-south S-Bahn tunnel between Gesundbrunnen and both Yorckstrasse stations (serving the S1, S2, S25) will be closed from 10pm on 16 January 2015 (Fri) until 1:30am on 4 May 2015 (Mon). Friedrichsstraße and Brandenburger Tor can not be reached using these trains. For more information click HERE.

Underground Trains
Französische Strasse, Stadtmitte: U 6
Stadtmitte, Mohrenstrasse: U 2
Brandenburger Tor: U 55

Unter den Linden, Friedrichstrasse: TXL, 100, 147, 200, N 2, N 6

Friedrichstrasse: M 1, 12

Friedrichstadt Passage Car Park
Entrance from Jägerstrasse or Taubenstrasse, €5.50 per day (24 hours)

Entrance tickets for the Komische Oper Berlin
can be purchased for the current and forthcoming season. Entrance tickets for the Komische Oper Berlin can be booked nationally and internationally via travel agencies and theatre booking offices.

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In the middle of the Mitte district

The entrance to the Komische Oper Berlin is located on Behrenstr., around 400m from Brandenburg Gate. The booking office is located at Unter den Linden 41. 

Enjoy an expert guided tour behind the scenes before the performance, followed by a sophisticated three-course meal in the special atmosphere of the opera canteen before the curtain goes up! 
Don Juan, the epitome of the seducer, inspired Mozart to one of his most influential operas. Frivolous, witty and profound all at once. The perfect opportunity for Herbert Fritsch, the master of theatrical folly, whose highly musical style of staging is tailor-made for this "light-hearted spectacle" about fatal passions.
A tenor, a soprano and three musicians travel around Europe on the Gastarbeiterroute –the road people who worked in Germany or Austria took to travel to their counties of origin during holidays. Berlin – Munich – Vienna – Belgrad – Sofia – Istanbul
What is the »Opera-O-mat«? A question-and-answer tool designed to facilitate selection of a successful night at the opera.
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