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Your visit


To save energy, as a municipal institution we are required to reduce the temperature in our venues to 19 degrees. Please bear this in mind when choosing your clothing when you come to the theatre. It is advisable to take a cardigan, jumper or scarf with you into the auditorium.

We hope for your understanding and look forward to welcoming you with us.

Opening hours

The theatre as well as the box office opens one hour before the performance starts.

The box office is opened Monday to Saturday from 11.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. 

For more practical information on the individual venues, for example how to get there, see Venues.

Guided tours

Visitors can expect an exciting look behind the scenes of the theatre. Once a month, the Theater und Orchester Heidelberg offers a public guided tour. The guided tour costs €5 (€3 reduced) per person and lasts one hour.

Groups of 10 or more people or 5th graders and above can make an individual appointment for a guided tour. This is only possible in conjunction with a performance.

Information and booking

Irene Crosignani

Tonia Außel

Theatre buses

Since 2012, the Theater und Orchester Heidelberg has been offering a special service: the theatre bus. It takes you from the surrounding area to the Heidelberg Theatre – in a relaxed way and without the hassle of looking for a parking space.

The dates for trips in the current season are announced here and sent to all registered interested parties.

Tickets can be ordered from the Theater und Orchester Heidelberg, Service for Group Offers, and will be sent conveniently to your home together with the invoice.
On the journey you can expect an introduction to the play in question, which our dramaturges have recorded for you in advance.
You will be informed of the departure times before the respective performance.

Photo: Susanne Reichardt

Heidelberger Schlossfestspiele

»Der Graf von Monte Christo«
Hier finden Sie weitere Informationen zu den Fahrten zum Heidelberger Schloss im Juni und Juli 2024.


»Eugen Onegin« / Lyrische Szenen in drei Aufzügen von Peter I. Tschaikowsky / Marguerre-Saal
Donnerstag, 28. September 2023, 19:30 Uhr (Linien 1, 3, 7 und Augustinum)
Sonntag, 7. April 2024, 15:00 Uhr (Linien 2, 4, 5 und 6)

»Die heilige Ente« / Ein Spiel mit Göttern und Menschen / Oper in einem Vorspiel und drei Akten von Hans Gál / Marguerre-Saal
Sonntag, 22. Oktober 2023, 15:00 Uhr (Linien 2, 4, 5 und 6 und Augustinum)

»Sunset Boulevard« / Musik von Andrew Lloyd Webber / Buch und Gesangstexte von Don Black und Christopher Hampton / Marguerre-Saal
Donnerstag, 23. November 2023, 19:30 Uhr (Linien 1, 3 und 7)

»Nebucadnezar« / Barockoper in drei Akten von Reinhard Keiser / Rokokotheater Schwetzingen
Sonntag, 3. Dezember 2023, 15:00 Uhr (Linien 2, 4, 5 und 6)
Donnerstag, 28. Dezember 2023, 19:30 Uhr (Linien 1, 3, 7 und Augustinum)

»La Cenerentola« / Aschenputtel oder der Triumph der Güte / Komische Oper in zwei Akten von Gioachino Rossini / Marguerre-Saal
Sonntag, 16. Juni 2024, 15:00 Uhr (Linien 2, 4, 5 und 6 und Augustinum)

»Il barbiere di Siviglia« / Komische Oper in zwei Akten von Gioachino Rossini / Marguerre-Saal
Donnerstag, 4. Juli 2024, 19:30 Uhr (Linien 1, 3 und 7)

Spartenübergreifende Produktion

»Zusammenstoß« / Musikalische Komödie nach einem grotesken Opernlibretto von Kurt Schwitters / Musik von Ludger Vollmer / Marguerre-Saal
Donnerstag, 25. April 2024, 19:30 Uhr (Linie 1, 3, 7 und Augustinum)


»Dantons Tod« / Ein Drama von Georg Büchner / Marguerre-Saal
Sonntag, 21. Januar 2024, 15:00 Uhr (Linien 2, 4, 5 und 6)

»Mord im Orientexpress« / nach Agatha Christie / Marguerre-Saal
Donnerstag, 18. Januar 2024 (Linien 1, 3, 7 und Augustinum)

Hamlet / Tragödie von William Shakespeare / Marguerre-Saal
Sonntag, 3. März 2024 (Linien 2, 4, 5 und 6)


»Macbeth« / Melodramma in vier Akten von Giuseppe Verdi / Marguerre-Saal
Donnerstag, 24. Oktober 2024, 19:30 Uhr (Linien 1, 3 und 7)
Sonntag, 10. November 2024, 15:00 Uhr (Linien 2, 4, 5, 6 und Augustinum)

»Adonis« / Oper in drei Akten von Johann Sigismund Kusser / Rokokotheater Schwetzingen
Donnerstag, 12. Dezember 2024, 19:30 Uhr (Linien 1, 3, 7 und Augustinum)
Sonntag, 15. Dezember 2024, 15:00 Uhr (Linien 2*, 4, 5 und 6) *Die Haltestelle Schwetzingen Bahnhof wird nicht angefahren.

»Singin’ in the Rain« / Musical nach dem Drehbuch von Betty Comden und Adolph Green / Songs von Nacio Herb Brown und Arthur Freed / Marguerre-Saal
Sonntag, 6. April 2025, 15:00 Uhr (Linien 2, 4, 5, 6 und Augustinum)
Donnerstag, 12. Juni 2025, 19:30 Uhr (Linien 1, 3, 7)

»Werther« / Oper von Jules Massenet / Marguerre-Saal
Donnerstag, 17. April 2025, 19:30 Uhr (Linien 1, 3, 7 und Augustinum)

»Jenůfa« / Oper in drei Akten von Leoš Janáček / Marguerre-Saal
Sonntag, 15. Juni 2025, 15:00 Uhr (Linien 2, 4, 5 und 6)


»Der kaukasische Kreidekreis« / von Bertolt Brecht / Musik von Paul Dessau / Marguerre-Saal
Donnerstag, 3. Oktober 2024 (Linien 1, 3 und 7)
Sonntag, 20. Oktober 2024 (Linien 2, 4, 5, 6 und Augustinum)

»Die Ärztin« / von Robert Icke / sehr frei nach »Professor Bernhardi« von Arthur Schnitzler / Marguerre-Saal
Donnerstag, 6. März 2025, 19:30 Uhr (Linien 1, 3, 7 und Augustinum)
Sonntag, 9. März 2025, 15:00 Uhr (Linien 2, 4, 5 und 6)

Heidelberger Schlossfestspiele

Programm und Termine der Sonderfahrten zu den Heidelberger Schlossfestspielen 2025 werden im Dezember 2024 bekannt gegeben.

In cooperation with Peter Krüger from Automobile Dienstleistungen in Weinheim and Hoffmann Reisen in Leimen, we offer the following routes:

  • Line 1: Mauer − Wiesenbach − Bammental − Gauangelloch − Gaiberg
  • Line 2: Brühl − Ketsch − New as of October 2024: Hockenheim - Oftersheim − Schwetzingen − Plankstadt
  • Line 3: Weinheim − Lützelsachsen − Hirschberg − Schriesheim − Dossenheim
  • Line 4: Heddesheim − Ladenburg − Ilvesheim − Neckarhausen West − Edingen
  • Line 5: St. Leon − St. Leon-Rot − Walldorf − Sandhausen − Leimen – St. Ilgen
  • Line 6: Rauenberg − Wiesloch − Nußloch − Leimen
  • Line 7: Eberbach − Hirschhorn − Neckarsteinach − Kleingemünd − Neckargemünd
  • Line A: Augustinum Heidelberg
  • relaxed arrival and departure by bus to Universitätsplatz
  • wheelchairs and - by prior arrangement - walking frames can be taken on board
  • audio introduction during the journey
  • performances can be booked as a package or individually
  • tickets and invoice conveniently sent to your home by post (plus postage costs), alternatively tickets can be sent as Print@Home tickets for you to print out youself*

*Please note: From the 2024/25 season, we will introduce shipping costs of 3.00 euros. We also charge an order fee of max. 2.50 euros per booking process for ticket orders.

Booking as single ticket

The following prices apply for travel and admission, including return journey:


42 €
37 €
33 €
25 €
Reduced price
26 €
24 €
22 €
18 €

Booking as a package

Theatre ticket for all 6 performances, incl. return journey



201 €
183 €
162 €
132 €
Reduced price
133,50 €
124,50 €
114 €
99 €
Information and booking

For booking and further information, please contact

Irene Crosignani
06221 / 5835 582
gruppenangebote [​at​]

Please register for the booking of single tickets/single journeys at least two weeks before the respective journey.
Packages and individual tickets for the 2024/25 season can be booked by phone or email from 17 June 2024.

Telephone availability: Mondays to Thursdays, 3:30 to 5:30 pm - (from September 2024: Mondays to Thursdays from 2:30 to 4:30 pm). Outside of these times, a message can be left on the answering machine. 


Theaterabend mit Geschmack

Crown your evening at the theatre with that certain something! In the 2024/25 season, you will have the opportunity again to sample perfectly matched wines from the Adam Müller winery at three different performances to accompany your visit to the theatre.
The winemakers will accompany you during the tasting before the performance and during the interval. You will also learn interesting facts about the wines and the upcoming production (in German language). 

We offer »Theaterabend mit Geschmack« in cooperation with the Adam Müller Winery on the following dates:

»La Cenerentola«, Musical Theatre, Sunday, 12 October 2024, 7.30 pm
»Planet B«, Theatre, Saturday, 11 January 2025, 7.30 pm
»Singin in the Rain«, Musical Theatre, Sunday, 11 May 2025, 7.00 pm

The wine tasting begins 90 minutes before the start of the performance in the theatre's Alter Saal. The second part of the wine tasting takes place during the interval.

Cost: 15 euros in addition to the ticket price

This additional offer can be booked - exclusively in conjunction with the purchase of a theatre ticket for the respective performance - at the theatre box office, Theaterstraße 10, 69117 Heidelberg, 06221 / 5820 000 or at
Ticket sales begin on 28 June 2024, for subscribers on 25 June 2024.

Photo: Susanne Reichardt

For your group trip to Heidelberg, we offer individual packages at the Theater und Orchester Heidelberg. Choose from our offers the one that suits you best.

You receive a group discount of up to 15% on the regular price for groups of 10 or more.

In addition to your visit to the theatre, we are also happy to offer you a guided tour behind the scenes or a follow-up discussion on the selected performance.

Booking enquiries for groups are possible at any time, even independently of the advance booking dates.

Theatre and Orchestra Heidelberg
Irene Crosignani
Theatrestraße 10
69117 Heidelberg
06221 / 5835 582

You would like to combine your theatre or concert visit with a short holiday in Heidelberg?
Do you need assistance in finding accommodation?

We recommend the accommodation service of Heidelberg Marketing.

Heidelberg Marketing
06221 / 58 40 226
reservation [​at​]


Want to meet great people who share your interest?
Don’t feel like going to the theatre alone?
Then Theatre•Lovers is perfect for you.

Theatre•Lovers is the open, international community of the Theater und Orchester Heidelberg. Here, you can quickly and safely get in touch with like-minded theatre enthusiasts!

Sometimes the key to lifelong friendships is to be in the right place at the right time.

What are you waiting for?

Barrier-free theatre

The Theater Heidelberg wants to make access to events possible for as many interested people as possible.

This includes, in addition to barrier-free access to the venues

  • Marguerre-Saal (stalls with a total of 5 barrier-free seats)
  • Alter Saal (stalls with a total of 3 barrier-free seats)
  • Zwinger 1 and Zwinger 3 (access via stair lift up to max. 225 kg)

in the new building on Theaterstraße, the theatre box office, the cloakrooms and sufficient sanitary facilities, which are designed to be accessible to the disabled.

At performances in the Marguerre-Saal, the Alter Saal and Zwinger 1, inductive hearing systems offer the possibility of improving the quality of hearing for hearing-impaired people. The electromagnetic waves of these induction loops can be received by suitable hearing aids (with T-coil). To do this, the hearing aid must be set to T-mode before the event begins.

To make the best use of this service, we recommend that you use floor rows 2 to 13 in the Marguerre-Saal and floor rows 1 to 7 in the Alter Saal.

If you have a hearing aid but do not know whether it has a T-coil, please consult your hearing care professional.

Content notes

Notes on sensitive content

Theatre wants to entertain, but it also wants to encourage a critical analysis of private or social conflicts. This includes thinking along, but also empathising. Because theatre is about change. In order to avoid viewers finding the content presented disturbing or even hurtful, we provide information on sensitive content in the content notes beforehand. This includes physical, mental or sexual violence, child abuse, war, auto-aggressive behaviour, suicide and discriminatory language. However, it is up to you whether you read the information before the performance or not.

Sirens are used in this production. A suicide is thematised.

The text deals with the loss of a loved one due to an illness, an experience of sexualised violence and self-harming behaviour. It also deals intensively with body images and also addresses potential eating disorders.

This production addresses the experience of flight and the protagonists' supposed drowning.

The production deals with violence. A suicide and executions are staged.

In this production, the love of an adult man for a boy is thematised textually and hinted at scenically. The play depicts the protagonist's mental confrontation with this love. There is no concrete act of assault depicted on stage.

The texts from Annie Ernaux's »A Girl's Story« used in the production address sexualised violence. In »The Visit«, alcohol addiction is dealt with and a murder is staged.

The production addresses antisemitism in language and war in language and images. One scene contains the loud sound of a siren.

Strobe-like light is used in this production.

In this production, an aeroplane crash is staged. People with a fear of flying are advised not to buy a ticket for Block A.

In this production, war experiences and suicide are thematised in the language and partly also in the performance.

The text deals with sexualised violence within the family.

Suicide is a theme in this production. In addition, several murders are staged.

The text addresses war crimes and the experience of flight and occasionally quotes discriminatory language.

In this production, war, war traumas, experiences of flight and discriminatory attitudes towards refugees are addressed on a textual level. The illness of an eating disorder as well as the topics of suicidal tendencies and depression are dealt with on a textual and performative level.

The production addresses sexualised violence against women, abortion and suicide.

This production deals with queerphobia, sexism and death on a textual level.

On a textual level, the piece thematises misogynistic images of women and mothers as well as the threat of suicide. In addition, (auto-)aggressive behaviour towards the female body and the tendency towards eating disorders are dealt with in the text. An attempted marital rape is depicted in the production.

In this production, physical and sexualised violence is addressed in language. The performance is not suitable for people sensitive to light. Strobe lighting will be used.

The production addresses racism, sexism and anti-Semitism on a language level. Alcohol abuse is addressed on a performance level.

Strobe lights and loud music are used in the production.

Strobe-like light is used in this production.

This production contains verbal content on mental illness and addiction.

The production includes descriptions of war crimes and sounds that can be a trigger for some people (the sound of a siren, loud explosions, low-flying planes), as well as video footage from the current war in Ukraine.

Zertifizierte Luftqualität

Die Luftqualität im Marguerre-Saal und im Alten Saal ist geprüft durch den Fachverband DTHG, Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft. 

Die Lüftungstechnik in diesen Räumlichkeiten ermöglicht gemäß lufthygienischer Leitlinien zur Coronavirus-Pandemie nach Umweltbundesamt und Beauftragter der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien einen hohen Infektionsschutz.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf der Website des DTHG.