The Kit Kat Club has taken over the Playhouse Theatre while it has been standing empty. The marginalised have staked a claim, the artists have taken over, filled their container and found their community. Who knows how long it will reside here. For now, we’re enjoying the party. The party at the end of the world. It’s 1930s Berlin. It’s 2020s London. It’s Then, it’s Now.
Before the show, guests are invited to enjoy the club with drinks, dining and pre-show entertainment all on offer. When booking, guests will receive a 'club entry time' and, for the richest experience and to immerse themselves fully in the club, we encourage people to arrive early.
Here we sing, we dance, we love, we live, we drink, we forget.
Death by tasteful: Frey Kwa Hawking is underwhelmed by an overly safe, moneyed take on Cabaret
This gorgeous, grimy take on a classic musical is one not to miss
A vibrant and frightening revival that belongs to Jessie Buckley
This isn’t just a theatrical show, it is an experience that is well worth the ticket price
As challenging and vital as it is enormously enjoyable
Life may be disappointing, but Cabaret is most definitely not
Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley lead shattering West End revival
Eddie Redmayne dazzles in the kill-for-a-ticket theatrical triumph of 2021
Wow. Just wow
Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley are sublime
Jessie Buckley gives the performance of the year
Jess Buckley pours her heart and soul into Sally Bowles
A glorious ode to escapism and forgetting the troubles that bind us
Sinister Redmayne and sumptuous set are a seductive combination
Eddie Redmayne is electric in this blinder of a show
Much anticipated but sadly over-lauded