The Berlin Kulturbrauerei (literally "Culture Brewery") is a 25,000 square metres (270,000 sq ft) building complex in Berlin, Germany. Originally built and operated as a brewery, its courtyards and unique architecture have been protected as a monument since 1974 and it is one of the few well-preserved examples of industrial architecture in Berlin dating from the end of the 19th century.
It is supported by the Treuhandliegenschaftsgesellschaft (TLG) and operated commercially as a cultural centre in the Kollwitz neighborhood of the Prenzlauer Berg district (Borough of Pankow). It provides cinemas, theatres, clubs and function rooms. It is situated close to the Eberswalder Straße U-Bahn station.
Today, regular events, concerts and festivals take place at Kulturbrauerei. Some organisations that settled on the site of the former brewery complex are:
- Kino in der Kulturbrauerei, cinema with eight screens, one of Berlin's first run theatres
- Theater RambaZamba
- P.A.N.D.A. Nicht nur Russisches Theater, event location for Russian concerts, reading etc.
- Literaturwerkstatt Berlin/lyrikline.org
- office and studio of the band 17 Hippies
- Restaurant frannz and frannz Klub (formerly known as Franz-Club)
- Kesselhaus in der Kulturbrauerei|Kesselhaus, event location
- Alte Kantine, event location
- Soda Club, dance club
- Club 23, dance club
- Palais, event location
- Schule für Bildende Kunst und Gestaltung, art school
- Museum in the Kulturbrauerei, museum on everyday life in the GDR, Haus der Geschichte foundation
- Ch. Links Verlag, publishing house
- be.bra verlag, publishing house
- New York University, Berlin branch
- TIC Tourist Information Center
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