cabaret

2 August, 2018

GFT, 12 Rose St, G3 6RB

Adapted from Christopher Isherwood’s novel Goodbye To Berlin, Cabaret provides a snapshot of Berlin cabaret during the Weimar Republic when the growing presence of the Nazi party was becoming increasingly evident. Reserved English teacher Brian Roberts arrives in the city and embarks on a relationship with flamboyant Sally Bowles, a performer at the debaucherous Kit Kat Klub. However their relationship is further complicated by the appearance of a good-looking young baron named Maximilian von Heune.

SCREENING AS PART OF FESTIVAL 2018: BERLIN ON SCREEN
This August, Glasgow plays co-host with Berlin to the European Championships. Festival 2018 is a fun-filled cultural programme running alongside the 11 days of sporting activities. At GFT we are diving into the cinematic history of Berlin, showing 5 films that give a sense of the changing face of this incredible city. Watch Berlin onscreen from the turbulent war years, through the divided late-20th century, to the vibrant present.
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