Friday, April 9, 2021
Dress Code: Semi-formal
Königin Elisabeth Str. 45
In the legendary 1920s, ’30s and ’40s, in particular the Berlin audiences enjoyed themselves with roaring parties in over 200 ballrooms and dance halls – including these former Charlottenburg Festival Halls. The amusement palaces outdid each other in splendour and pomp, and the "pleasure-seeking public" came to the dance palaces in droves. After the change in music and the everyday culture of the people, the survival of the dance halls became more difficult.
At the end of the 1990s, the "Ballhaus Casanova" (formerly Lutherstrasse 22) was revived in Königin-Elisabeth-Strasse 45 in the rooms of the former Charlottenburg Festival Halls. This and other glamorous ballrooms of bygone eras, which could hardly be surpassed in attractiveness in old Berlin, were the inspiration for the elaborate renovation and rebuilding of the premises.
Since May 2000, the glamour of the "Casanova" and the nostalgia of the 1920s can be encountered again in Queens 45 BC, which is now operated as an exclusive event location. Berlin connoisseurs have already experienced many a special kind of event here.
Due to the large number of rooms in rococo style, with expressionistic decor and a rich selection of event concepts, Queens 45 BC is today considered a successful reincarnation of the pleasure temples of old Berlin.