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Total posts found for "Cabaret" — 72
05th Jul 2015

BLACK CAT CABARET: NOCTURNE – London Wonderground, London

A man stumbles through an oncoming crowd of commuters on his way to work. Just before his train arrives at Waterloo, he hears a voice inviting him to close his...

17th Jun 2014
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BLACK CAT CABARET – London Wonderground, London.

Black Cat Cabaret is one of several productions taking residence in London’s Wonderland this summer on the Southbank.  You may be familiar with the giant upturned purple Udder Belly cow,...

15th Feb 2013
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There is not a feeling in the world that beats walking into a venue to be greeted by the three most important ‘G’s in the business, a Gold curtain, a...

10th Oct 2012


After Rufus Norris and his team managed to get Cabaret so right in the West End back in 2006 (and on its subsequent 2008 UK tour), it was a surprise...

01st Jun 2016

THE NEW YORK – LONDON RENDEZVOUS – Canal Café Theatre, London.

The New York – London Rendezvous reunites two of the stand out performers from Danielle Tarento’s 2015 Southwark Playhouse revival of Grand Hotel.  Where that production was very much an...

21st Feb 2016

THE RINSE CYCLE – Charing Cross Theatre, London.

In The Rinse Cycle, Unexpected Opera, the Theatre company that asks emerging opera singers to transform opera into an accessible, often hilarious, cabaret, mocks Wagner as only Wagner-fans can. That...

11th Dec 2015
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PETER PAN – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

Here are three reasons to go and see Peter Pan: Francesca Mills as Tinkerbell, Marcus Brigstocke as Hook and Flawless as the Pirate Crew. As pantos go there is a...

13th Sep 2015

SEE WHAT I WANNA SEE – Jermyn Street Theatre, London.

 See What I Wanna See, directed by Adam Lenson, is based on three short stories by Japanese Writer Ryunosuke Akutagawa. A musical exploration of truth, lies and human nature, it...

22nd Aug 2015

LADY ANNA: ALL AT SEA – Park Theatre, London

Perhaps it is an underestimation of how widespread Anthony Trollope’s appeal is, but at first glance, a play based on his works doesn’t seem to be the easiest sell. The...

10th Aug 2015

WE CAN MAKE YOU HAPPY – Assembly George Square, Edinburgh.

In one of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe pop-up venues, on a set reminiscent of a children’s television show with Astroturf, gnomes and hot pink flamingos, Harry and Alice want to...

02nd Aug 2015

JEKYLL AND HYDE – The Platform Theatre, London

  A female Jekyll, a male Hyde, a relocation and a new narration are just a few of the modern touches that grace this visually arresting piece of Theatre from Writer and Director...

13th Jul 2015

JAZZAMATAZZ – London Wonderground, London

If you have a little one bursting with enviable never-ending energy and you’re struggling to keep them occupied this summer, then head over to Jazzamatazz and join Ali McGregor’s infectious family cabaret...