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A Co-Production with The MAC, Belfast


Cabaret is set in Berlin during the waning days of the Weimar Republic as the Nazis are ascending to power. The musical focuses on the hedonistic nightlife at the seedy Kit Kat Klub, and revolves around American writer Clifford Bradshaw's relations with English cabaret performer Sally Bowles.

Music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and book by Joe Masteroff.


  • Nicola Bryan

  • Matthew Forsythe

  • Michelle Long

  • Emma Jane Morton

  • Kerri Quinn

  • Donncha O’Dea

  • Karl O’Neill

  • Patrick J O’Reilly

  • Edwin Ray

  • Lauren Storer

  • Katie Tumelty

  • Andrew Waldron

  • Scarlet Wilderink


  • Director: Lisa May

  • Choreographer: Sarah Johnston

  • Musical Director: Matthew Reeve

  • Costume Design: Christine Boyle

  • Lighting Design: James McFetridge

  • Set Design: Stuart Marshall


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This may well be the single finest theatrical production I have ever seen in Northern Ireland ... I advise you to buy, beg or steal a ticket. Culture Northern Ireland
Neither the MAC nor Bruiser Theatre Company do anything by halves! ... The delicate attention to detail across the production is amazing and becoming Bruiser’s trademark. Alan in Belfast
The production that Bruiser have put on is fantastic, the Kit Kat club is immaculately realised. The costumes apt, adopting a kind of jaded grandeur. The use of stage and space is excellent, allowing for movement to be happening across many levels and at times leaving you not sure where to look. Pastie Bap
Bruiser and the MAC have thrown everything at this high-kicking/goose-stepping production. Audiences will either be amazed or offended at the risqué riot of culture, fashion and changing society. Alan in Belfast