Bremen Teater is a Danish theatre seating 648 people in central Copenhagen, Denmark. It is used as a venue for everything from comedy shows and concerts to theatre and talks.
The theatre has been known under its current navn, Bremen Teater, since September 2009. For some time the theatre hosted the sketch show “Live fra Bremen” and the talk show “ALOHA!”, which were both aired on TV2.
Since the opening of the theatre the list of acknowledged Danish names on the stage at Bremen Teater includes among others Casper Christensen & Frank Hvam, Niels Hausgaard, Simon Kvamm, Mew, Vi Sidder Bare Her and Anders & Peter Lund Madsen. Furthermore, the theatre has for several years been the chosen venue for established award shows and film screenings within the movie- and music business such as Steppeulven, Bodil Awards, GAFFA Awards and CPH:DOX. In addition Bremen Teater has had a number of international names on the stage, which among others include Laurie Anderson, David Cross, Bill Burr og Henry Rollins.
The variety of events at Bremen Teater includes comedy, theatre, concerts, award shows, film screenings, parties, talks, conferences and many others. In September 2012 the theatre opened up a bar called Natbar, which won the reputable Politiken “Ibyen Award 2012” for bar of the year. Natbar has since then established itself as a significant part of Copenhagen night life.