Tickets 040 / 227 70 89

RowWeekdayPrice 2018/2019
Category I Monday through Thursday€ 29,00
Category II€ 26,50
Category III€ 19,00
Category IFriday & Saturday€ 32,00
Category II€ 29,50

Category III

€ 22,00

Matinée on select Tuesdays and Fridays                          € 22,00

For online booking click here.

To subscribe and see four plays for the price of three click here.

 

WE WILL BE INCREASING OUR PRICES STARTING WITH THE 2019-2020 SEASON. PLEASE NOTE THAT DESPITE THE INCREASE YOU CAN STILL SUBSCRIBE AND SEE FOUR PLAYS FOR THE PRICE OF THREE, NOW WITH A SAVINGS over 30%. 

AND IN ADDITION TO PAYING IN CASH OR BY CREDIT CARD, YOU WILL HAVE THE CONVENIENCE OF PAYING BY SOFORTüberweisung.

Seating plan and Ticket prices for Season 2019/2020

SEATING PLAN 2019/2020 click here

 

Information about reduced prices


For information about reduced prices for student and adult groups and other special offers, please phone our box office on (040) 227 70 89 or write to eth-bo@englishtheatre.de. Tickets for groups may not be booked online.

Reduced price tickets requiring identification may be purchased by public school and university students; these tickets may not be purchased online! They can be reserved by phone (227 7089), by fax (229 5040) or in person at the box office, and they will be sold only upon presentation of valid, adequate identification. ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS!


PLEASE NOTE:
ONLY THE PRICES FOR ADULTS ARE LISTED ABOVE. GROUP RATES FOR STUDENTS OR ADULTS, AND SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES FOR PENSIONERS, UNEMPLOYED AND HANDICAPPED VISITORS ETC. CANNOT BE BOOKED ONLINE!  YOU CAN BOOK THESE BY PHONE, FAX OR IN PERSON AT THE BOX OFFICE. TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED BY CREDIT CARD OR BY EC CARD IN PERSON.

Information about tickets bought on the internet


Tickets purchased online can be printed out by you at home or they can be sent to you if you so request. They may also be picked up at the box office half an hour before the performance.

Location of the Box Office


The theatre´s box office is conveniently located on the ground floor of the building HAMMONIA BAD, Lerchenfeld 14, 22081 Hamburg (Mundsburg), for patrons wishing to reserve or pick up tickets. 

If you prefer to book tickets directly with the box office please phone (040) 227 7089 or fax (040) 229 5040.

OUR BOX OFFICE

We are currently on summer break. Our box office will open again on 12 August 2019 at 10:00 o'clock.

You can still book tickets online, or by calling our phone hotline. 

Box Office Hours

Monday - Friday

10.00 to 14.00 and 15.30 to 18.30 hrs. Evening Box Office 18.30 to 19.30 hrs. 

Saturday

15.30 to 18.30 hrs. Evening Box Office 18.30 to 19.30 hrs. 

EVENING PERFORMANCES TUESDAYS TO SATURDAYS AT 19:30 HRS.

MATINEE PERFORMANCES ON SELECTED TUESDAYS OR FRIDAYS AT 11.30 HRS.

"AFTERNOON TEA MATINEE" ON SELECT SATURDAYS WE ARE OFFERING A MATINEE PERFORMANCE AT 15.00 HRS FOR ADULTS. THIS WILL INCLUDE AFTERNOON TEA AND SCONES, AND A MEET AND GREET WITH THE ACTORS. PLEASE GET INFORMATION ABOUT THE DATES AND PRICES ON THIS WEBSITE, OUR SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS OR CALL OUR BOX OFFICE. 

Outside our Box Office Hours you can reserve and book your tickets online or calling our hotline 040/227 70 89 between 09:00 and 20:00 hrs.

Important Information


NO REFUNDS! TICKETS MAY NOT BE EXCHANGED OR RETURNED.

PAID TICKETS, WHICH HAVE NOT BEEN PICKED UP BY THE BEGINNING OF THE PERFORMANCE, MAY BE CLAIMED AT THE BAR OF THE THEATRE IN THE FOYER ON THE FIRST FLOOR.

LATECOMERS WILL BE SEATED ONLY DURING APPROPRIATE INTERVALS! 

 

 

 

           

 
          

The English Theatre of Hamburg e.V. is a private, professional theatre, the first to be founded in the whole of Germany.

It is subsidized in part by the Hamburg Ministry of Culture and is a non-profit organization and a member of the Deutscher Bühnenverein. Enjoy one of our evening or daytime performances of an English language play. Our international audience includes students of English as well as native speakers.

We present distinguished plays of all genres in the original English on a professional basis in our efforts to contribute to international communication through language and the art of the theatre.