Cabaret by John Kander and Fred Ebb

 New Year’s Eve, Berlin, 1929.

Desire, decadence, despair.

Cabaret press photo 2 - credit Eric J Heise

Cliff, a struggling writer, escapes conservative middle-America in the Kit-Kat Club where gaiety is strictly enforced, where the outrageous and raunchy are celebrated, and where the outside world is ignored. There is inspiration to be found in the lives of his new neighbours: with their struggles, squabbles, adventures, and blossoming romances.

But a new and chilling wind is blowing through the streets of Berlin.

There was a Cabaret and there was a Master-of-Ceremonies and there was a city called Berlin in a country called Germany and it was the end of the world.

Cabaret press photo 8 - credit Eric J HeiseOctober 16th-19th, 23rd-26th

On Thursdays and Sundays doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm. On Fridays and Saturdays doors open at 8pm and the show starts at 9pm.

Tickets: 180 rmb in advance, 200 rmb at the door (check RSVP  page for details).

Venue: The Pearl, 471 Zhapu Ly by Wujin Lu | Metro: Line 10, Sichuan Bei Lu

For further information, please contact: east.west.info@gmail.com, 182 0216 4553

With Frank Bray as the EmmCee in his home venue The Pearl

 Cabaret press photo 7 - credit Eric J Heise

Cabaret press photo 6 - credit Eric J Heise