We went to the Hall of Mirrors for a candlelit classical concert on a Sunday evening. What an amazing place and experience! It was definitely a highlight of our holiday. We could really imagine what 'old' Berlin must have been like. The tickets (10 Euro) can be bought online, or in the ticket office on the ground floor. The seats are not allocated, you just find your own table, so it makes sense to go there for 6pm. They have a bar there, so you can enjoy a drink waiting for the performance. You can also nip down to see the ballroom. A really cool place!
The nearest train station is Oranienburger Strasse (S Bahn).
Also, if you like classical music, check out free lunchtime concerts at the Berlin Philharmonic. They are at 13:00, every Tuesday in the foyer. Again, it makes sense to go early (12ish) to get in. You will not get a seat unless you are disabled. Everyone else sits on the floor and stairs. A great opportunity to experience some culture for free!
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