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Elow – Erich Lowinsky

Elow was the stage name of Erich Lowinsky, a Weimar-era cabaret Conferencier. He is perhaps most famous for his Kabarett De Namenlosen ( Cabaret Of The Nameless)  which debuted in 1926 at the Monbijou  Cabaret -formally The Weisse Maus-  in … Continue reading

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Weisse Maus Cabaret

The Weisse Maus (White Mouse) opened in 1919, at Jägerstraße 18 in the busy Friedrichstadt area of Berlin, famous for it’s numerous cabaret clubs and revue theatres. It is rumoured to have acquired it’s name as it was across the … Continue reading

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Berlin’s Got Talent *

In 1926, cabaret conferencier Erich Lowinsky ( or Elow)  had an idea. He placed advertisements in Berlin newspapers reading: ” The experimental stage. We seek young talents, whom we will give the opportunity of performing before the metropolitan public every … Continue reading

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