A Berlin Kabaret! Lady Gaga meets Brecht

Date
20 & 21 April 2018
Time
7.30pm
Location
Old Fire Station, Oxford

 

Kabaret poster

Lady Gaga meets Brecht in this walk on the wild side of the twentieth century avant-garde! A Berlin Kabaret is a vibrant presentation of lyrical anti-war songs.

Four travellers singing powerful songs, rediscovering long lost gay rights anthems and American propaganda songs. Capturing the political turmoil of the Weimar Republic, witty and rebellious, these songs still resonate powerfully.

The show reflects on on personal and political dilemmas in response to the current refugee crisis, fragmentation of society, in the search for sanctuary and solidarity.

Five star performers sing songs of resistance, love and exile reminding us that “those who don’t learn from history are condemned to repeat it.”

Winner of Best Cabaret, The Brighton Fringe Festival Latest Awards 2014.
Winner of Argus Angel for artistic excellence.

Featuring Words as Weapons: Two worlds collide. 1920s Berlin v Oxford 2018.
Powerful poems by Bertolt Brecht & provocative new voices from Crisis writing workshops organised by Writing Brecht.

Tickets are £13/£11 book here.

As well as the Berlin Kabaret, there will also be a panel discussion on Bertolt Brecht’s True Protagonists on 21 April at 5pm, book here.