Baracke: Young and restless
These is a nice nightclub for all who like to be with students and other young participants in one place. The music is a mixture of the last 40 years and the style is more like Depeche Mode, REM as well as Die Ärzte or other rock style music.
In this club you feel young again and get the chance to remember some nice songs you even forgot about for a while...SO ENJOY!
Dress Code: Sporty or elegant (as your wish), but good is always young, stylish and hip
Theater an der Angel: The Show Must Go On!
An amazing night at the theatre - with a difference! - can be had at the fabulous Theater an der Angel. The company is owned by Matthias Engle and Ines Lacroix who performed (brilliantly) in the Neil Simon comedy Der letzte der feurigen Liebhaber.
The theatre itself is a beautifully renovated old villa on the bank of the Elba (all done by Engel and Lacroix and their friends) - think faded shabby chic bohemian grandeur and you will have a reasonable picture of the interior. The small auditorium seats 100 and pre-show drinks are available.
I LOVED the show and I LOVED the theatre itself! Engel and Lacroix are just the most perfectly delightful and entertaining hosts. As with all small theatre production companies, financial upkeep is a constant stuggle so if you visit Magdeburg I URGE you to check Angel Theater performances, buy a ticket and GO! You won't be disappointed and you will have a the most wonderful memory of your visit to this amazing city.
Dress Code: Anything, this is not a "formal" theatre style so don't worry.
hasselbachplatz: nightlife center in magdeburg
The hasselbachplatz is the place to start a night in magdeburg. here you will find a big variety of bars and small clubs. a lot of stylish bars but also alternative pubs with long long opening hours (at weekends).
My premium spot is the "jackelwood" located in the Sternstraße just south from the hasselbachplatz, with billiard, kicker and a lot of other games. There are quite a few more bars on this area so just check them out and you find something you will like.
And you will allways get something to eat at the Hasselbachplatz (just ask for "Bingöl").
For very late night drinking check out the "COCO" in the Otto-von-Guericke-Street (50m) from Hasselbachplatz
Dress Code: I never experiend any dress code, just come with what you like.
- Budget Travel
- Study Abroad
-a small pub...
-a small pub quarter
-around Hasselbachplatz a lot of newer pubs for different tastes
-'Baracke' ist a disco for people betw. 18 and 30, almost students there, very crowded
Dress Code: -no dress codes