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The KAHO

KAHO. Raum für Kultur is a theatre that is no longer a theatre.

KAHO exterior view 2018
Picture Harry Schnitger © Stiftung-Stadtkultur

Constructed in 1948/1949, the building was used by the Soviet army as the House of Officers until 1994 and subsequently served as a private theatre. Since 2008 the stage, the auditorium and the lobby of the former Theater Karlshorst have been unused. After the listed building was transferred to the property of the Stiftung Stadtkultur, a revival process began. By 2024, it is to be restored, refurbished and converted to then reopen in new splendour in 2025 as a multifunctional venue in the heart of Berlin-Karlshorst under the name of KAHO. Raum für Kultur. Until then, an interim programme will be presented in 2021/22 dedicated to the building’s past and future. On the one hand, the interim usage serves to temporarily revive the building, on the other, it is to reveal possible constructional challenges during the ongoing process, arouse the interest of external organisers in renting the venue and form the basis for future co-operation projects in the district of Lichtenberg.

KAHO view from the stage tower 2021
Picture © Frans Katzwinkel
KAHO Gallery 2021
Picture © Frans Katzwinkel
KAHO gallery and column 2021
Picture © Frans Katzwinkel
KAHO foyer 2021
Picture © Frans Katzwinkel
KAHO hall 2021
Picture © Frans Katzwinkel
KAHO second floor 2021
Picture © Frans Katzwinkel

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