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Running Time: 150 minutes
Venue: Savoy Theatre
Take the Northern or Bakerloo Line to Charing Cross station. The theatre is 10 minutes walk. Seating Plan:Savoy Theatre
"Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome, in cabaret, au cabaret, to cabaret!" This multi award-winning production of Kander and Ebb's landmark show CABARET turns Weimar Berlin of 1931 into a dark and sexually charged haven of decadence: its extraordinary and morally ambiguous inhabitants determined to keep up appearances as the real world prepares for the nightmarish chaos of war. And at its heart is the legendary Sally Bowles who performs nightly at the infamous Kit Kat Klub in 'a shimmering masterpiece of a show guaranteed night after night! It's divine decadence darling!' Cabaret, with book by Joe Matseroff, music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb, was based on John van Druten's play I am a Camera which in turn took its inspiration from Christopher Isherwood's Berlin stories. The multi award-winning musical was conceived in 1966, later becoming the 1972 film with Liza Minnelli, Michael York and Joel Grey - the film was to win 8 Academy Awards. Cabaret was the second of Kander and Ebb's musical collaborations. Their other work together includes Chicago, Flora, The Red Menace, The Act, The Rink, Steel Pier and Kiss of the Spider Woman. Amy Nutall play's the role of Sally with Julian Clary as Emcee. Julian Clary will not perform,14th-27th November and 15th December.
Star Will Young shot to fame in the original series of Pop Idol and has since become a successful worldwide recording artist. Although he has appeared onstage before in both plays and musicals, Cabaret will be his professional West End debut. Michelle Ryan has starred in various TV shows including Jekyll, Bionic Woman, Merlin and Doctor Who. Sian Phillips plays Fraulein Schneider, Matt Rawle plays Cliff, and Harriet Thorpe plays Fraulein Kost, a role she first played in Norris’ 2006 production.
Please note: This production of Cabaret is recommended as suitable for over 12s, subject to parental/teacher guidance, as the subject matter deals with adult themes and the staging includes some brief moments of nudity.
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