Cabaret comes home

If you’re considering a visit to Berlin in 2013, of course, the summer is the ideal time to come. The weather is great, the ‘beach bars’ are open, you can spend a day at Wannsee and, this year, Cabaret is back at The Tipi!

I have reviewed this production, from Autumn 2010, earlier on this blog (  and I fully anticipate that this revival will live up to the previous one.

(Photo – Jan Wirdeier)

It’s worth mentioning again that this is NOT a staged version of the film – it is the original theatrical production adapted by Joe Masteroff from the John Van Druten play “I Am a Camera’ and Christopher Isherwood novel ‘ Goodbye to Berlin’.

There are additional songs, extra characters and a slightly different plot, including the storyline of Fraulein Schneider and her fruit merchant suitor Herr Schulz.

(photo – Jan Wirdeier)

There is something very special about seeing this production in the city where it was conceived, and whilst the script is in German, English-speakers will not be disappointed as the songs are mostly in English and surely you know the plot by now!

(Photo- Norbert Kestern/ Shamrock photo)

Book a table, enjoy a fabulous dinner and let the show unfold around you. You can also just book for the show if your budget is a bit tighter.


Cabaret at The Tipi am Kanzleramt

June 27th to September 1st 2013

Tuesdays to Saturdays 8pm (doors open 6.30pm)

Sundays 7pm (doors open 5.30pm)

Tickets €44,50 to €59,50 (Show only) 

phone : 030 39 06 65 50

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One Response to Cabaret comes home

  1. i second your positive review. saw the show years ago and have wanted to get back – perhaps this year!

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