Cabaret’s Kit Kat Club at the Hayes Theatre
Based on the stories of Christopher Isherwood, Cabaret is an exercise of bawdy campness set in pre-war Berlin.
By Benjamen Judd
For a limited second season, Cabaret’s Kit Kat Club will be returning to Sydney, starting on January 9 until February 19 at the Hayes Theatre.
Based on the stories of English writer Christopher Isherwood and his experience trawling the nighclubs and underground bars of pre-war Berlin, Cabaret has been the recipient of endless awards including 12 Tony Awards, 8 Academy Awards and 7 BAFTA’s.
Fifty years ago the original Broadway production made a household name of Joel Grey while just two years later an unassuming Judi Dench stole the show on London’s West End. Arguably the most iconic movie musical of all time, renowned director Bob Fosse made Liza Minnelli a silver screen star.
Presented by David M Hawkins in association with Hayes Theatre Co, Cabaret stars the ever-dazzling Paul Capsis as Emcee; the leading lady of musical theatre Chelsea Gibb as Sally Bowles and the incredible Marcus Graham as Ernst Ludwig, Cabaret’s much loved songs and piercing message will ensure a wonderful and meaningful night out at the theatre.
A brilliantly funny, engaging, and thought-provoking night that shouldn’t be missed.
Cabaret’s Kit Kat Club will show at the Hayes Theatre from January 9 until February 19. For ticking, head to the Hayes Theatre website or ask our amazing front desk team to help you secure seats.
The Hayes Theatre
19 Greenknowe Avenue
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