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Wilkommen to London's Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club!
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Say Willkommen to the party at the end of the world and lose yourself in the song, dance and debauchery of Cabaret The Musical at The Kit Kat Club. The German Republic is fading and the Nazis are gaining power, but there is a place where people go to be free, to enjoy the beauty of the night, and to test the boundaries of entertainment.

One of the most successful musicals of all time, this new West End production brings Berlin’s famous Kit Kat Club to life through the transformation of London’s Playhouse Theatre. Cabaret The Musical tickets are extremely popular in the West End, so what is good is staying in your room. Book your Cabaret tickets as soon as possible, old chum!

The History of Berlin’s Hotspot

The 1966 musical is based on John Van Druten's 1951 play I Am a Camera, which itself was adapted from Christopher Isherwood's 1939 novel Goodbye to Berlin. Isherwood's novel drew upon his experiences in the impoverished Weimar Republic and his close friendship with a nineteen-year-old cabaret singer.

_Cabaret_’s original Broadway production premiered on November 20, 1966, at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York City and became a huge box office success, running for 1,166 performances. This acclaimed musical has inspired numerous subsequent productions in both London and New York, as well as a 1972 film adaptation with the same title.

In the West End, the musical made its debut on February 28, 1968, at the Palace Theatre. The cast included Judi Dench as Sally, Kevin Colson as Cliff, Barry Dennen as the Emcee, Lila Kedrova as Fräulein Schneider, and Peter Sallis as Herr Schultz. It ran for 336 performances and has been revived in 1986, 1993, 2006, 2012, and 2021. The most recent West End production includes well-known songs such as "Wilkommen," "Don't Tell Mama," "Mein Herr," "Maybe This Time," "Money," and the titular number "Cabaret."

Critical Acclaim and Fun Facts

  • Cabaret in London is the record-breaking winner of 7 Olivier Awards, including ‘Best Musical Revival’. 
  • In 1995 the film was added to The National Film Registry for its historical, cultural, and aesthetic significance, meaning that it will be enjoyed for hundreds of years to come.
  • I Don’t Care Much was written at a dinner party. Fred Ebb said to composer John Kander, "Clear the table, and we’ll write you a song between desert and coffee.". Now that’s talent.
  • Did you know that Sally Bowles is actually based on a real person? That person is Jean Ross, an aspiring Cabaret singer who lived in she lived in Berlin in the 1930s.
  • In preparation for her role in the film, Liza Minnelli actually tried to locate the ‘real Sally Bowles’ aka Jean Ross, by placing ads in newspapers, but she never found her.
  • Mein Herr and Money, Money were written exclusively for the film, but have since become an integral addition to the musical.
  • The creators of the stage show didn’t actually like the film on first watch, but the second time around, they described it as ‘extraordinary’


Please Bear In Mind

Cabaret at The Kit Kat Club in London is not suitable for children under 12.

Cabaret London Cast

Main Cast

  • The Emcee - Layton Williams

  • Sally Bowles - Rhea Norwood

  • Clifford Bradshaw - Michael Ahomka - Lindsay

  • Fraulein Schneider - Sally Ann Triplett

  • Herr Schultz - Fenton Gray

  • Ernst Ludwig - Wilf Scolding

  • Fraulien Kost/Fritzie - Jessica Kirton

  • Texas - Liv Alexander

  • Swing / Alternate Sally Bowles - Emily Benjamin

  • Frenchie - Natalie Chua

  • Rosie - Laura Delany

  • Hans - Taite-Elliot Drew

  • Victor - Damon Gould

Cabaret London Creatives

Main Creatives

  • Music By - John Kander

  • Lyrics By - Fred Ebb

  • Book By - Joe Masteroff

  • Directed By - Rebecca Frecknall

  • Set And Costume Design By - Tom Scutt

  • Choreography By - Julia Cheng

  • Music Supervision By - Jennifer Whyte

  • Lighting Design By - Isabella Byrd

  • Sound Design By - Nick Lidster

  • Casting Director - Stuart Burt

  • Cabaret Associate Director And Prologue Director - Jordan Fein

  • Prologue Composer And Musical Director - Angus Macrae

  • Fight Director - Jonathan Holby

  • Dialect Coach - Michaela Kennen

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