The Kammerbühne is another venue of the Cottbus State Theater which in former times was used as community room and canteen for construction workers as well as for political events, concerts and cabarets. From 1981 on, the Kammerbühne was prepared to be the theaters interim venue and became such during the construction works at the “Big House”. Two years later, it solemnly was opened with “Aida” by Verdi. Also after finishing construction works at the Art Nouveau Theatre in 1986, the Kammerbühne was further used as venue for theatre plays.
In 1997 one has started to rearrange the Kammerbühne and two years later it was reopened at November 5th with “Clavigo” by Goethe. Step by step also the workshops of the “Big House” have been transferred to the Kammerbühne. Since then the building could be used as multifunctional theater of plays, music theater and dance, as well as for moderated events like “Theatertreff” or “Kaffeeklatsch mit Prominenten”.
barrier-free accessibility: disabled parking lots across the street, everything at ground-level, barrier-free access to the hall, barrier-free toilet