‘Cabaret’ Extends West End Run At Kit Kat Club Until December 2023

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Producers have announced that the popular Cabaret revival and seven-time Olivier Award winning show will continue its London performances at the Kit Kat Club until at least December 16th, 2023.  Tickets to Cabaret are available to book both online and through the box office.

The plot of cabaret is set in Berlin in the early 1930s and centres around the goings on within the notorious Kit Kat Club. Cliff Bradshaw is an American writer and a regular at the venue who strikes up a relationship with club singer Sally Bowles at a time where the wider population are being engulfed by growing the political turbulence that is sweeping through Germany. Cabaret was the winner of seven Olivier Awards in 2022, which included all four acting categories for stars of the show, Liza Sadovy, Eddie Redmayne, Jessie Buckley, and Elliot Levey as well as ‘Best Musical Revival’.

Callum Scott Howells and Madeline Brewer are to take over the roles of the Emcee and Sally Bowles from October 3rd. The duo will star alongside Richard Katz as Herr Schultz, Sid Sagar as Cliff Bradshaw, Michelle Bishop as Fraulein Kost, Danny Mahoney as Ernst Ludwig, and Vivien Parry as Fraulein Schneider.

The creative team behind Cabaret includes sound design by Nick Lidster, scenic and costume design is by Tom Scutt, choreography by Julia Cheng, and lighting design by Isabella Byrd. Cabaret in London is directed by Rebecca Frecknall.


Booking & Theatre Info For Cabaret

Performances of Cabaret are at the Kit Kat Club (Playhouse Theatre) which is a medium size West End venue which has been transformed and adapted to accommodate the resident production of Cabaret. The seats in the Stalls section of the theatre provide the best view of the stage, with no restrictions even at the very rear however, try to sit centrally if possible, as the gradual rake in the seating means that views may be blocked by members of the audience if seated at the rear. The first three rows of the Dress Circle also offer very good views of the stage.

The front rows of the Dress Circle are often discounted due to the curve of the seating and are good value for money for those on a budget and looking to secure lastminute or cheap Cabaret tickets, and although there is limited legroom in these seats they offer good value with row E of the Dress Circle regularly discounted and generally offering good views. Avoid the Upper Circle if possible as quite severe restrictions can affect the view of the stage from this section.