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Dinner Theatre @ Berlin

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Berlin is always worth a visit!5 travelogues
To put it bluntly, Berlin is probably one of the most economical capitals in the world which also happens to have a rather large gay scene! Sometimes one must go far for fun, and Berlin's gay scene is spread all over the city:

- Schöneberg, the traditional center of west Berlin's scene
- Kreuzb... read more or write a travelogue


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 Name  CityBranch of business
 Dinner Theatre none Majority of guests: straights (women and men) Trannies are most welcomeBar jeder Vernunft
Schaperstraße 24
Germany  BerlinDinner Theatre





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