We are sorry to announce that we have been unable to reschedule Musik Kabarett and will therefore be arranging for all bookers to receive a full refund. We have been engaged in a dialogue with the performers since our original announcement but have been unable to find a way to reschedule the event.
We're very sorry for the disappointment. We will contact customers for this show first if we are able to present any of the artists of Musik Kabarett in the future.
Your refund will happen automatically. If you paid cash and would like a refund to cash please contact the Ticket Office, otherwise cash payments will be refunded to cheque. Please contact the Ticket Office if you have any other queries.
Many thanks for your patience and support of this year's Brighton Festival.
Think of cabaret and you think of Berlin in the 1920s and ’30s, where ‘Kabarett’ became a hotbed of counter- culture creativity and genre-defining performance styles. In this tribute to Kabarett’s lasting influence on the music of today, three critically-admired artists reinterpret some of the most influential theatrical songs of the 20th century, each infused with their very own individual flavour.
Hagen’s utterly idiosyncratic style, veering from full- throated operatic to heavy-duty rock and eccentric cabaret chic, plugs into the subversive tradition of 1920s Kabarett. She was born in Berlin; this legacy is in her blood, and it is her highly original development of the Berlin tradition that has made her a cult figure on the club and cabaret scene.
David McAlmont’s vocal versatility and power has long been admired throughout the music industry. His staggering voice finds yet a new platform here to add to his huge repertoire of styles.
Jamie McDermott and his band The Irrepressibles have a sophisticated brand of spectacle which is firmly rooted in the Kabarett convention. Their rich instrumentations and haunting vocals come together on stage with dazzling panache.