Tag Archives: Cabaret

Bill Wilder in Berlin

It was Paul Whiteman, America’s ‘King Of Jazz’ that first brought Billy Wilder to Berlin in May 1926. The twenty-year-old journalist rookie journalist from Vienna had so impressed the band leader with his review of their shows at the city’s … Continue reading

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Kakadu Bar and Barbarina Cabaret

Kakadu Bar & Barbarina-Cabaret 1920-1936 On completion in the late 1800s, the area around Joachimstaler Platz on the corner of the Ku’damm resembled an open-air arena with tiered bleacher-style seating for 10,000 spectators. In July 1890 it played host to … Continue reading

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Cabaret Is Ten!

Update: July 1st 2014. Cabaret Berlin is pleased to be able to offer 20% discount on tickets for this production of Cabaret. Use the link at the bottom of this article, or call/email the box office using the keyword “Brendan … Continue reading

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April 24th 1970

“Then I had lunch with Jean Ross and her daughter Sarah, and three of their friends at a little restaurant in Chancery Lane. Jean looks old but still rather beautiful and she is very lively and active and mentally on … Continue reading

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Review: Carrington-Brown, Dream A Little Dream.

Update: This production is now back at Bar Jeder Vernunft and runs from August 15th to September 5th 2014.   Rebecca Carrington and Colin Brown are an extraordinarily talented pair. Between them they have a not inconsiderable pedigree, ranging from … Continue reading

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