FILM : CABARET
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About The Event
Cabaret (1972), 2hrs 4m, certificate 15.
6pm Doors & Bar, 6.30pm event starts
£5 / £3 plus booking fee / Free for under 25’s and carers
Presented in partnership with Fresh Perspectives, Fabrica’s young film programmers group invite you to join them for a screening of Cabaret...
It’s 1931. Political unrest looms over Germany, unemployment is at a high and the economy is in pieces. Amongst this chaos is Sally Bowles, an American cabaret dancer, working at the Kit Kat club in downtown Berlin. Sally is met by Brian Roberts, a British academic who has come to Berlin to practice his German. Despite Brian questioning his sexuality, the two soon become lovers but what awaits them is the arrival of Maximilian von Heune. An arrival that will complicate everything…
Renowned for its incredible music, Cabaret deals with issues of identity, sexuality, love and history, as the story plays out against the rise of the Nazi party leading up to WW2.