Located directly on the bank of the Rhine, Roncalli’s Apollo Varieté is an ideal attraction for international guests. Artistry, dance, music and laughter are the language of variety and vaudeville that every international guest can understand.
Unique in Düsseldorf, Apollo offers a show & dine experience that in addition to the admission ticket also includes a 3-course menu in the theatre, which is coordinated with the show. The starter is served before the show begins, the main course during the break and the dessert after the show. This way the guests can both enjoy their dinner and concentrate entirely on the show, which enthuses not only German but also international audiences with brilliant artists, acrobats and entertainers.
A fantastic journey through the world of artistry
With 476 seats, one of Europe’s largest and most beautiful variety Theatres invites you to go on a fantastic journey through the world of artistry. The architecture of the glass building is extraordinary: the roof ends right under the bridge and the superb panoramic view of the river is simply stunning. Perhaps Germany’s finest variety and vaudeville theatre.
When the corner stone for the Theatre was laid in February 1997, only a few people expected a success story. A dream came true for Roncalli founder Bernhard Paul with the opening of the only German variety Theatre built during the last 60 years. The tradition of variety in Düsseldorf, which started with the old Apollo Theatre in 1899, was brought to life again. The historic Apollo used to be a famous entertainment venue and set the standards for entertainment in the city. Today, the new Apollo on the banks of the river Rhine is again one of the state capital’s cultural icons.
Unique in Düsseldorf, an extraordinary location
Apollo offers a show & dine experience that includes a 3-course menu in the theatre in addition to the admission ticket. Coordinated with the show, the starter is served before the show begins, the main course during the break and the dessert after the show. This way the guests can both enjoy their dinner and concentrate entirely on the show, which enthuses not only German but also international audiences with brilliant artists, acrobats and entertainers.
Any visit to North Rhine Westphalia’s capital should include an evening at the Apollo. Since no two programmes are the same, a show in this extraordinary Theatre will always be surprising. That’s why Roncalli’s Apollo Varieté is unique each and every time.
The remarkable location, the amazing architecture and the possibility to combine entertainment and gastronomy also turn Apollo into an attractive event venue for company groups and galas.
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