Cabaret London Tickets
Cabaret London tickets at the Kit Kat Club. The Playhouse Theatre is newly transformed, so get ready to step into a theatrical paradise. The Playhouse Theatre in London’s West End has been transformed into the Kit Kat Club, home to Cabaret the multi-award-winning musical.
Book your CABARET London tickets at the official Playhouse Theatre box office with tickets from £25. Cabaret London performances are UNTIL 29 June 2024. Buy CABARET London tickets early at the KIT KAT CLUB to avoid disappointments. Cabaret tickets are available today, click here and book online today.
Set in early 1930s Berlin, American writer Cliff Bradshaw meets English cabaret singer Sally Bowles, a performer at the Kit Kat Club. But the rise of Nazism threatens this hedonistic Weimar Republic haven.
Cabaret’s enduring success is partly down to Kander and Ebb’s indelible score, with songs like “Wilkommen,” “Don’t Tell Mama,” “Meir Herr,” “Money,” and, of course, the great torch song “Maybe This Time.” This production offers an exciting chance to discover, or revisit, Kander and Ebb’s still hugely resonant musical.
The Cabaret London musical won seven Olivier Awards, with original cast members Eddie Redmayne, Jessie Buckley, Liza Sadovy, and Elliot Levey. The show features luxury casting, as well as a transformed theatre to provide optimum watching for one of the most-known musicals of all time.
Rebecca Frecknall directs, with Tom Scutt providing set and costume design, and choreography by Julia Cheng. The celebrated Cabaret musical opened on Broadway in November 1966, directed by Harold Prince, and has been a hit on both stage and screen, with Bob Fosse’s film version, starring Liza Minnelli, winning eight Oscars.
Dame Judi Dench led the original West End version, and, in 1993, Sam Mendes’s Donmar Warehouse production, starring Jane Horrocks and Alan Cumming, was greatly acclaimed. Cumming returned for the 2014 Broadway revival, which starred first Michelle Williams, then Emma Stone, and finally Sienna Miller.
CABARET at the KIT KAT CLUB at the Playhouse Theatre. Currently booking to Sat 29 Jun 2024
What is the Cabaret about?
One of the most successful musicals of all time, CABARET features the songs Wilkommen, Don’t Tell Mama, Mein Herr, Maybe This Time, Money and the title number. It has music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, a book by Joe Masteroff, based on the play by John Van Druten and stories by Christopher Isherwood.
Who is currently starring in the show?
The current cast of Cabaret the Musical is Mason Alexander Park as the Emcee, Maude Apatow as Sally Bowles, Beverley Klein as Fraulein Schneider, Teddy Kempner as Herr Schultz, Danny Mahoney as Ernst Ludwig, and Nathan Ives-Moiba as Clifford Bradshaw.
Mason Alexander Park (Emcee), Maude Apatow (Sally Bowles), Beverley Klein (Fraulein Schneider), Teddy Kempner (Herr Schultz), Danny Mahoney (Ernst Ludwig), Nathan Ives-Moiba (Clifford Bradshaw).
Cast and Creatives
Joe Masteroff (Book), John Kander (Music), Fred Ebb (Lyrics), Rebecca Frecknall (Director), Tom Scutt (Set and costume), Julia Cheng (Choreographer), Jennifer Whyte (Musical Supervisor and Musical Director), Isabella Byrd (Lighting Designer), Nick Lidster (Sound Designer), Stuart Burt (Casting Director), Jordan Fein (Associate Director)
Cabaret is based on Christopher Isherwood’s short stories in Goodbye to Berlin, and John Van Druten’s play, I Am a Camera. Harold Prince led the Cabaret musical creation, teaming up with Joe Masteroff, John Kander and Fred Ebb to bring the stories to life. Find out more about Cabaret in London.
Cabaret London Tickets
This new Cabaret West End production plays at the Kit Kat Club. It promises a very special audience experience. The theatre is reconfigured to seat viewers in the round, creating more intimacy and immersing audiences in the action — there’s a limited seating capacity of 550.
Is Cabaret West End worth it?
Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club is an amazing production, get there if you can. He is phenomenal as you might expect, his look and style perfectly suited to the role. He is matched in talent though by his wonderful co-star Jessie Buckley, definitely a star on the ascent.
What tube station is the Cabaret The Kit Kat Club on?
Embankment is the closest tube station to the theatre, giving access to the District, Circle, Northern and Bakerloo lines. From the station, turn left and walk under the bridge on Embankment Place. The end of the road meets Northumberland Avenue. Turn right and cross the road, and the theatre will be in front of you.
Cabaret London tickets are available now. Book your tickets online today.