You'll be entertained at the shows put on at this venue.
There isn't a bad seat in the house at this intimate, midnight-blue theater, which has gone through earlier incarnations as a SSA ballroom and a Salvation Army headquarters.
Since 1988, the venerable space has drawn tens of thousands of guests with its excellent line-up of magicians, clowns, acrobats and artistes from around the world. You'll be most thoroughly entertained while squished behind tiny bistro tables, sipping Champagne and cocktails. After the show you could grab a bite or nightcap at the vaulted brick cellar Palast-Bar Restaurant.