Kit Kat Club at the Playhouse

Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5DE GB


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  • Booking until: Sunday, 2 February 2025
  • Running time: 2 hours 45 minutes (incl. interval)
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Cabaret in London

Welcome to the Kit Kat Club in 1930s Berlin, a place where everyone can relax, be free and be themselves despite the political storm rolling in. This is the intimate, electrifying West End production of Cabaret, one of the most successful musicals of all time with an outstanding cast, a sophisticated night club setting, gorgeous show tunes, and costumes to die for.

Why you should see Cabaret

  • This production always contains one of the hottest casts in town, with Luke Treadway and Cara Delevinge joining the fold in March for a limited time.
  • An immersive experience that has completely transformed the Playhouse Theatre into a 1930s club in Berlin.
  • This show is more than just a musical; it’s a powerful social commentary on the political and cultural upheaval during its time.

Top acting talent

Cabaret has been known for its first-class casting since it opened in 2021, although it's not just the lead characters that shine in this show. There's also an ensemble and a prologue company which help audiences to have a night they'll never forget at the Kit Kat Club.

Jake Shears is best known as the lead singer of Scissor Sisters and Rebecca Lucy Taylor as Self Esteem. She’s making her West End debut. Luke Treadway previously delighted audiences in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time and Cara Delevingne in Anna Karenina. Taite-Elliot Drew has worked on stage and screen since graduating from drama school in 2016, with credits including The Beggars Opera and Into The Woods, and Michael Ahomka-Lindsay received a WhatsOnStage Award nomination for his performance in the musical Newsies.

Cabaret debuted in 1966 with a book by Joe Masteroff, music by John Kinder and lyrics by Fred Ebb, based on the play by John van Druten and the stories of Christopher Isherwood. It has been revived numerous times: at the West End’s Lyric Theatre in 2006 directed by Rufus Norris, and in 2021 at the Savoy Theatre, which went on tour in 2013, 2017 and 2019. There was a 2014 Broadway revival and a 2021 West End revival. This latest production has won seven Oliviers including Best Musical Revival, and a Broadway production is planned for 2024.

Directed by Rebecca Frecknall, the set and costume design is by Tom Scutt, the choreography by Julia Cheng, lighting design by Isabella Byrd, sound design by Nick Lidster, and musical supervision by Jennifer Whyte.

Two compelling stories in one musical

The story whisks us back to 1931 where the English night club performer Sally Bowles works in Berlin’s notorious Kit Kat Club. The plot follows her relationship with the American writer Cliff Bradshaw, a plot supported by a harrowing parallel story about the boarding house owner Fraulein Schneider and her Jewish lover Herr Schultz, a couple struggling to navigate the growing dangers of Weimar Germany.

Cabaret delivers a highly emotional experience. The political threat people faced in the 1930s was real, adding extra power to the show. Relationships were wrecked, families destroyed, and trust broken.

The score is appropriately thrilling, a series of show tunes you’ll recognise without realising you knew them. The Sing-along classics like Willkommen, So What?, Telephone Song and Don't Tell Mama, Mein Herr, Perfectly Marvellous, Two Ladies, Cabaret itself and many more make it a feast of song, dance and colour.

With its award-winning reputation both through performances and creativity, Cabaret offers audiences one of the most thrilling immersive experiences on offer in the West End. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to see for yourself why audiences book to see this show again and again.

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Cabaret Ticket Information

  • Booking until:

    Sunday, 2 February 2025

  • Running time:

    2 hours 45 minutes (incl. interval)

  • Age restrictions

    Suggested minimum 12 years, but at parent/guardian's discretion.

  • Important Information

    Please note Cara Delevingne will appear in selected performances only. See further details below.

    Try to arrive at the theatre an hour before the show starts to get the full experience of the Kit Kat Club.

    Please note: The Producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist – which is always subject to illness, injury and statutory holiday entitlement.

    Cara Delevingne is not scheduled to perform on: 13 Mar (mat), 21 Mar (eve), 27 Mar (mat), 4 Apr (eve), 9 Apr (eve), 10 Apr (both shows), 11 Apr (eve), 12 Apr (eve), 18 Apr (eve), 24 Apr (mat), 2 May (eve), 6 May (eve), 7 May (eve), 8 May (both shows), 16 May (eve), 17 May (eve), 18 May (both shows), 22 May (mat) and 30 May (eve).

    Rebecca Lucy Taylor is not scheduled to perform on: 5 Feb (eve), 6 Feb (eve), 7 Feb (mat & eve), 15 Feb (eve), 21 Feb (mat) and 29 Feb (eve).

    Jake Shears is not scheduled to perform on Monday evenings from 12 Feb.

  • Cancellations & Refunds

    Once booked, tickets to Cabaret are usually non exchangeable and non refundable as per our terms & conditions. In practice, however, we will do our best to accommodate your request as long as we are notified at least 48 hours before the performance. Please contact us for more information.

Performance Times
Mon - 19:30
Tue - 19:30
Wed 14:00 19:30
Thu - 19:30
Fri - 19:30
Sat 14:00 19:30
Sun - -

Next Performances for Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club at the Playhouse

tomorrow 1st Mar 2024 7:30pm
Saturday 2nd Mar 2024 2:00pm
Saturday 2nd Mar 2024 7:30pm
Monday 4th Mar 2024 7:30pm
Tuesday 5th Mar 2024 7:30pm
Wednesday 6th Mar 2024 2:00pm

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Cabaret reviews

4.8 out of 5 based on 96 reviews

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Latest customer reviews

Great show, great performers - the gorilla was a star

Reviewed on 27 February 2024 by , Norwich, United Kingdom

So much Talent on one stage!

A must see show,a story that is aktuell even in 2024

Reviewed on 10 January 2024 by , Wien, Austria

Lively and fun

Reviewed on 27 December 2023 by , Streatley, Reading, United Kingdom

Best seats, best show, utterly spectacular

The second the show started I knew this was going to be an experience to remember, and my new favourite musical. The costumes were divine, the makeup was 1920s to a T. The characters were larger than life. The MC was outstanding, his voice, movements, character… everything was perfect. The dancing was hilarious at times, moving at others, but always captivating and exhilarating. I just wanted more, more, more. The old couple’s Pineapple Song was just… the best 😂🍍The story of Hitler’s Germany that underpinned the show took our breath away at times. Sally was absolutely phenomenal. Her rendition of Caberet had me in tears. I teared up, moved, too many times to remember throughout the whole show. It was everything I hoped for and so, so much more. If you get a chance to see a professional show of Cabaret, do it. You won’t be disappointed. I want to go again and again. Heart is full, soul is happy ❤️

Reviewed on 23 December 2023 by , Mount Eliza, Australia

Raunchy fun with dark foreboding

Reviewed on 05 November 2023 by , Esher, United Kingdom

A magical night

Reviewed on 29 October 2023 by , Monza, Italy

A real sense-a-round experience. And yes that does include: smell (some gorgeous scents floating around from the cast) and taste: the welcoming shot!

See above. Add: Sexy, Sassy, Seductive, Saucy, Slick, Sensational and…Stockings! ?

Reviewed on 26 October 2023 by , Chester, United Kingdom

Amazing show! must see!

Absolutely amazing from the moment you step inside to the moment you leave! Outstanding performance from all the staff

Reviewed on 24 October 2023 by , London, United Kingdom

Great experience from the moment you walk in the door!

The staff were excellent, providing us in the queue with umbrellas to protect us from the rain. The moment you walk into the theatre you feel as if you are actually entering a club, not a West End Musical. The cast members mingled amongst us, dancing to live music. Would highly recommend a visit as i can't fault a thing about the entire experience!

Reviewed on 24 October 2023 by , Broxburn, United Kingdom

Arrive early if you can in order to soak up a great atmosphere and enjoy an unique experience. The staging "in the round" works incredibly well and adds to an intimate but involved evening. I have seen various versions of Cabaret over the years but this just "blew me away". All the cast were fantastic and i doubt if i could see anything better, i would have paid twice as much to see it, it was just a great pleasure to be there.

Reviewed on 20 October 2023 by , Edinburgh, United Kingdom

First class

Reviewed on 19 October 2023 by , North Walsham, United Kingdom

Stunning. Gasps of awe from second you set foot in the theatre

No expense or attention to detail spared. Get there from 6.30 to enjoy the immersive elements. Travel as light as possible to expedite the getting into the building. No photos - you will have a sticker put over your phone for duration of show. The show is astonishing.Cast are all magnificent but Rebecca is possibly my favourite ever Sally. Nearly cried all the water out of my body at Maybe this time.

Reviewed on 18 October 2023 by , Gateshead, United Kingdom

Just superb

This was the first time I’ve seen Cabaret and the production was great. A superb mix of funny, poignant and dark. The cast were great but especially the leads. Just fantastic .

Reviewed on 20 September 2023 by , Cardiff, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 12 September 2023 by , London, United Kingdom

Fun and serious

Reviewed on 08 September 2023 by , Helsinki, Finland

Original.a must!

Very atmospheric, don’t walk past the schnapps on the way in. As soon as you enter the experience begins .

Reviewed on 17 August 2023 by , Coventry, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 11 August 2023 by , Methwold, United Kingdom

very moving

Reviewed on 09 August 2023 by , Lamspringe, Germany


Spoilt only by the sound of the ushers radio which could be heard clearly at quiet moments and was distracting

Reviewed on 04 August 2023 by , Harrogate, United Kingdom

slow and deep

Reviewed on 27 July 2023 by , Caesarea, Israel

Nothing spectacular!

It really was so boring! I wanted to leave after the first 30 minutes. There were too many performers in a small crowded stage. They were brushing on to each other. There were no props, acting was over the top! I also think that they used the title “Cabaret” to attract people to come and watch the show. I recognised two beautiful songs from the original and that was it. The rest of the songs I did not enjoy at all.

Reviewed on 19 July 2023 by , Londo, United Kingdom

Amazing Adaptation

Superb atmosphere, cast outstanding. Totally faultless. 5*****

Reviewed on 07 July 2023 by , London, United Kingdom

Incredible Night

Maude Apatow and Madison Park were incredible. The whole family was enthralled. We laughed and cried. A moving story that lets you forget for a second what was happening in pre ww2 Berlin and then throws you back into the reality of it head first. Bravo

Reviewed on 20 June 2023 by , Austin, United States Of America


Reviewed on 30 April 2023 by , Pinneberg, Germany

Fabulous singers and dancers, wouldn't get bored after 10 times seeing it.

Reviewed on 30 April 2023 by , Nina Küla, Estonia


Reviewed on 22 April 2023 by , Thetford, United Kingdom


What a great show last night watching Cabaret. All the actors were amazing, great atmosphere from the moment you walked thru the theatre door. Do not miss this show if you are in London, the intimacy of the stage was fantastic. Loved it ❤️

Reviewed on 22 April 2023 by , Dalry, United Kingdom

Must see!!!

Reviewed on 21 April 2023 by , Leven, United Kingdom


Poignant...mystérieux..envoûtant...juste sublime..merci

Reviewed on 15 April 2023 by , Genève, Switzerland

Could be a little much for more conservative individuals

The second half tended to sugarcoat the horror of Nazi Germany - not as strong as the first half and did not flow well. However the symbolism of the broken glass was a stroke of genius. Worth arriving for the preshow. A couple of excellent voices.

Reviewed on 26 March 2023 by , Beach Park, United States Of America


Reviewed on 24 March 2023 by , Cowes Isle Of Wight, United Kingdom

Phenomenal! A must see!

Reviewed on 14 March 2023 by , Tel-aviv, Israel

Captivating atmosphere, great show

Reviewed on 12 March 2023 by , London, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 05 March 2023 by , Cauro, France

A must see

Reviewed on 16 February 2023 by , London, United Kingdom

Brilliant musical - go and see it!

A different experience from the moment you enter the theatre, entering into contact with the artists before the show starts. Free drink too! All the artists, dancers, singers and musicians are first class. Excellent direction and a truly original and unique experience. And of course the music is exceptional.

Reviewed on 31 January 2023 by , Milano, Italy


Totally engaging and immersive , I could have watched it straight over again!

Reviewed on 30 January 2023 by , St Albans, United Kingdom


This was amazing! Go see this show!! No words ?

Reviewed on 03 January 2023 by , Gouda, Netherlands

novel interpretation

Reviewed on 29 December 2022 by , Leatherhead, United Kingdom

Outstanding experience

Reviewed on 22 December 2022 by , High Halden, United Kingdom

The lead male was incredible but the whole company delivered a brilliantly energetic and classy production. Without exception an outstandingly talented cast. Bravo!

Reviewed on 30 November 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

A great show

Reviewed on 24 November 2022 by , Marbella, Spain

Unique and entertaining, thought provoking, educational

Get there early to enjoy the pre show wacky performances in the bar with live music - an excellent bonus to the evening. Clever staging. I liked the interaction with the audience.

Reviewed on 09 November 2022 by , Colchester, United Kingdom


Funny and good story

Reviewed on 29 October 2022 by , Helsinki, Finland

Cabaret- Wunderbar!

Great production in an amazing theatre set up. This was a highlight of London.

Reviewed on 29 October 2022 by , Hawthorn, Australia


An icon and must see

Reviewed on 28 October 2022 by , Rotterdam, Netherlands

Best show I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen many!

There is nothing bad to say about the show. Everything was perfection. Absolutely amazing.

Reviewed on 05 September 2022 by , Phoenix, United States Of America

a great show

Reviewed on 02 September 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Interesting ans amazing

Reviewed on 31 August 2022 by , Montreal, Canada

One of the few products that really was worth the money

We could not fault the acting or the performance however the subject matter is not suitable for a young audience or a very prudish person. Otherwise not to be missed it was up with Hamilton

Reviewed on 26 August 2022 by , East Molesey, United Kingdom

Fantastic . All brilliant performances .

Reviewed on 25 August 2022 by , Twickenham, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 10 August 2022 by , Ongar, United Kingdom

Raunchy, immersive, exhilarating

From entering the theatre, you are immersed in the Kit Kat club. The atmosphere of pre-war Berlin is portrayed brilliantly. It is decadent , exciting and shocking. The singing is fantastic and the acting superb. The love affair between the elderly couple is poignant. I would recommend to anyone looking for grown up entertainment.

Reviewed on 08 August 2022 by , Altrincham, United Kingdom


Reviewed on 29 July 2022 by , Macclesfield, United Kingdom

Creative and interesting

Hard working and entertaining cast. A bit patchy in places, going from humour to drama. I expected a few more songs from the performers of the kit kat club, and a bit less chat but that was my expectation. If you don’t know the original cabaret story probably useful if you read before seeing.

Reviewed on 16 July 2022 by , Chippendale, Australia

Creative and interesting

Hard working and entertaining cast. A bit patchy in places, going from humour to drama. I expected a few more songs from the performers of the kit kat club, and a bit less chat but that was my expectation. If you don’t know the original cabaret story probably useful if you read before seeing.

Reviewed on 16 July 2022 by , Chippendale, Australia

must see

Reviewed on 10 July 2022 by , Stanstead Abbotts, United Kingdom


A beautifully executed and interactive experience. Better for a mature audience. Emcee and Sally are clearly a clear winner for this show. Beautiful performance by everyone

Reviewed on 10 July 2022 by , Surrey, Canada

An incredibly moving performance that fully engaged the audience.

Reviewed on 30 June 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

great performance

thoroughly enjoyable evening, with a great performance, would definitely recommend

Reviewed on 23 June 2022 by , Swindon, United Kingdom

Excellent event

Excellent event, lots of atmosphere. Difficult to see what was happening at certain points in the show

Reviewed on 24 May 2022 by , Edgware, United Kingdom

Wonderful show!

Reviewed on 24 May 2022 by , Brüssel, Belgium

Cabaret revisited in a fabulous theatre, modern and spell binding.

Really interesting theatre layout. Welcoming and interesting use of musicians and dancers in the bar before the start of the show. The Kit Kat Club/Playhouse was laid out brilliantly. Loved the use of tables and chairs set out in a cafe club style. We were in the Circle which was great and I preferred the view from there. Brilliant lead performers although when I booked the tickets at (May 2022) they advertised Eddie Redmain and Jessie Buckly and once we arrived realised that they had left the show in March, which was a bit naughty. We were also not prepared for the Covid checks as had been to see To Kill a Mocking Bird the week before and there was no check. Feel we should have been pre-warned by Great show, fantastic orchestra, great leads and every performer put their all into every aspect of entertaining.

Reviewed on 18 May 2022 by , London, United Kingdom

Highly topical

Sadly relevant, brilliant performance.

Reviewed on 11 April 2022 by , Bad Homburg, Germany

Splendid, engaging, thought provoking

What a great night out! I highly recommend this show - while it is a classicist really resonates more now in this political climate. The actors, the singing, the live music, the immersive production, just all of it was fantastic.

Reviewed on 25 March 2022 by , Austin, United States Of America


Entertaining, evocative and emotional the shortest three hours of my life!

Reviewed on 13 January 2022 by , Burton On Trent, United Kingdom

Over Hyped , Over Acted , Over Priced

Key Advice:- Don’t go , save your money Acted like 6 Formers Brilliant musicians

Reviewed on 09 January 2022 by , Kimpton, United Kingdom

A sinister, raunchy delight!

Reviewed on 04 January 2022 by , Marlborough, United Kingdom

Birthday Treat

A fantastic production - the cast were all superb, especially Will Young & Lyn Paul. Thoroughly enjoyed the show and would love to see it again.

Reviewed on 31 August 2013 by

Where was Will?

Disappointed that will young was ill but his understudy was a star. some of the others not so good--why cast people like Sian phillips whoi absolutely can't sing? Michelle ryan did well but this role always pales by comparison with Liza. Thought the end was melodramatic and unnecessary (the holocaust has been graphically displayed so many times and in an otherwise lighthearted production it was out of place), but otherwise an enjoyable show.

Reviewed on 04 January 2013 by

fantastic show

Reviewed on 03 January 2013 by


I loved this show. Will Young did a brilliant job as Emcee: fantastic voice, funny and a bit creepy when called for. The whole cast was good and had emotional soul particularly the scenes with Sian Phillips. When the cast did 'Tomorrow belongs to me' the hairs were standing up on the back of my neck - wow! The ending was really powerful and hit the emotional spot. I'm so glad I went to see it with this cast.

Reviewed on 25 November 2012 by


Reviewed on 28 October 2012 by

Excellent show

This is a must, Michelle Ryan was brilliant as was Will young, the story was good and really got it right on parts of the history. You must be 18 to see this show there is quite a bit of flesh showing.

Reviewed on 09 October 2012 by

Come to the cabaret my friend

Everything about this show was first class.It contained all the range of emotions. I was enthralled, moved ,involved, excited and impressed from beginning to end. WY's debut to the stage was spectacular. The role was made for him.

Reviewed on 07 October 2012 by

Will Young Brilliant!

Aspects of this show were excellent. Will Young was superb. The music and the dancing were excellent. The story didn't hang together well. Michelle Ryan had a hard act to follow after Liza Minelli and she didn't quite make it. Matt Rawle wasn't too convincing either. Newly opened so may improve over time. Worth seeing for the highly talented Will !

Reviewed on 06 October 2012 by

05 Feb
Emmie Newitt

New casting announced for CABARET

by Emmie Newitt | Monday, February 5 2024, 17:00

Actress and model Cara Delevingne will be joined by the Olivier Award-winning actor Luke Treadaway in the multi-award-winning, critically acclaimed West End production.

luke treadaway and cara delevingneLuke Treadaway (The Emcee) and Cara Delevingne (Sally Bowles) Photo credit Jay Brooks and Emilio Madrid

New casting announced for CABARET
22 Jan
Emmie Newitt

Six Reasons To See CABARET In The West End

by Emmie Newitt | Monday, January 22 2024, 10:50

Have you experienced the wonders of the Kit Kat Club in the West End? Since its opening in 2021, CABARET has captivated audiences with its reinvention of Joe Masteroff’s musical. Here are the reasons why you need to see it.

cabaret london poster

Six Reasons To See CABARET In The West End
15 Aug
Emmie Newitt

New West End cast announced for CABARET.

by Emmie Newitt | Tuesday, August 15 2023, 06:15

Willkommen to the new faces that are heading to the Kit Kat Club in September!

jake shears and rebecca lucy taylor in cabaretJake Shears and Rebecca Lucy Taylor (aka Self Esteem). Photo by Danny Kasiyre.

New West End cast announced for CABARET.
26 Jul
Emmie Newitt

July Monthly Roundup

by Emmie Newitt | Wednesday, July 26 2023, 13:56

Summer has kicked off in style with the announcement of exciting new shows and inspiring cast confirmations. Here, we review some of the hottest productions in the West End.

July Monthly Roundup
07 Jun
Emmie Newitt

First look at the new cast of CABARET at the Kit Kat Club

by Emmie Newitt | Wednesday, June 7 2023, 07:48

Willkommen to the new cast of the unique production of CABARET.

Running at the Kit Kat Club at the Playhouse, the new cast includes Maude Apatow (HBO's Euphoria) as Sally Bowles and Mason Alexander Park (Netflix's The Sandman) as Emcee.

First look at the new cast of CABARET at the Kit Kat Club
07 Jun
Emmie Newitt

First look at the new cast of CABARET at the Kit Kat Club

by Emmie Newitt | Wednesday, June 7 2023, 07:48

Willkommen to the new cast of the unique production of CABARET.

Running at the Kit Kat Club at the Playhouse, the new cast includes Maude Apatow (HBO's Euphoria) as Sally Bowles and Mason Alexander Park (Netflix's The Sandman) as Emcee.

First look at the new cast of CABARET at the Kit Kat Club
15 Feb
Eleni Cashell

Production photos: The new cast of Cabaret

by Eleni Cashell | Wednesday, February 15 2023, 14:35

Cabaret Welcoming a new cast this week, CABARET have released some exciting production pictures.

The latest additions to the Kit Kat Club include John McCrea as Emcee, BAFTA Award winner Aimee Lou Wood as Sally Bowles and Nathan Ives-Moiba as Cliff Bradshaw.

Production photos: The new cast of Cabaret
10 Jan
Eleni Cashell

John McCrea and Aimee Lou Wood join CABARET

by Eleni Cashell | Tuesday, January 10 2023, 12:03

Six the MusicalIt's time to say willkommen, bienvenue and welcome to some brand new Cabaret cast joining the Kit Kat Club!

From 13 February, John McCrea will takeover the role of Emcee, Aimee Lou Wood will play Sally Bowles and Nathan Ives-Moiba joins as Cliff Bradshaw.

John McCrea and Aimee Lou Wood join CABARET
16 Mar
Miriam Gibson

Review: CABARET at The Kit Kat Club (Playhouse Theatre)

by Miriam Gibson | Wednesday, March 16 2022, 17:03

When you enter Playhouse Theatre- re-designed and re-branded at the Kit Kat Club for this production- you're given a sticker to put over your phone's camera lens. Cabaret may be half-century-old musical, but the producers aren't taking any risks when it comes to spoilers.

Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club Cast of Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club. Photo by Marc Brenner.

Review: CABARET at The Kit Kat Club (Playhouse Theatre)
14 Jan
Stuart King

Review: CABARET at The Kit Kat Club Playhouse Theatre

by Stuart King | Friday, January 14 2022, 00:47

Cabaret - Playhouse Theatre If you prefer your historical entertainments delivered with a bludgeon or shouted in your face, you’ll be delighted by this much anticipated but sadly over-lauded and unsubtle production of Kander and Ebb’s beloved Berlin Kit-Kat Club musical.

Review: CABARET at The Kit Kat Club Playhouse Theatre