Posted by Kristian Hatton
09. Jun, 2012
|June 16, 2012|
Das Kabarett theatre is presented at the Revolt Artspace this Friday. Expect song, style and gritty satire from Weimar Republic times, painted with warped colours in chic underground fashion.
Ein Deutsches Abendessen are also available as appetisers, along with the Qualia Lounge’s stunning cocktails to help you slip into the intoxicating atmosphere. Featured for your sensual pleasure are such performers as Berlin’s Prince and Princess of Indie Rock, Die Roten Punkte, multi-award winning cabaret junky, Tom Dickins,, Australian playwright, Ben Ellis, seductive cabaret songstress Karin Muiznieks, and Theatre in Decay’s own Sad Bird Boy and the Scalpel-Fingered Girl.
Show: $35; W/Supper (available only until Monday): $60. Purchase tickets from http://sa2.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/TicketRequest?eventId=100483690&presenter=AUREVOLT&venue=&event=
WHEN: Saturday 16 June, 8:30pm-1am
WHERE: Revolt Artspace, 2 Elizabeth Street, Kensington
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