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Isherwood’s Neighbourhood – A Walking Tour

Starting and ending at Nollendorfplatz, this  circular 90 minute tour visits the neighbourhood Christopher Isherwood lived in during his time in Berlin and where he wrote his famous Berlin Diaries, which were to become the film Cabaret. The walk includes … Continue reading

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One Year on…

My Cabaret-Berlin blog is now a year old. What started as a way of me recording and sharing what I had found out about my adopted city and the fascinating (to me!) period of the Weimar Republic, has certainly grown … Continue reading

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Claire Waldoff – A Musical Biography

Sigrid Grajek, accompanied by Stefanie Rediske, presents a musical biography of the famous and much-loved Berlin Cabaret singer of the Weimar era, Claire Waldoff, at the Theater O-TonArt in Berlins’ Kulmer Straße, next month.  Performances are Wednesday to Saturday – … Continue reading

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Erik Charell Exhibition

Erik Charell was dubbed ‘The German Mr Ziegfeld”. He was a legendary stage director and producer, and the creator of the glamourous stage revues of the 1920′s at the Grosse Schauspielhaus, a 3500- seater theatre at Friedrichstraße, the entertainment centre … Continue reading

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