One of Italy’s foremost companies, who brought the controversial musical Molly Bloom to Edinburgh, return to England with their new show: a story of music, dance, racial hatred and exile.
1933 And All That – a smash hit at this year’s Edinburgh Festival – follows the careers of some of the twentieth century’s most famous poets and composers – Wedekind, Brecht, Eisler, Weill and Hollaender – from the subversive cabaret underworld of 1930’s Germany to the glittering lights of Broadway and Hollywood. – critics’choice The Scotsman
“A MUST-SEE Brechtian cabaret” The Herald
“The warm, alluring, captivating and provocative voice of Anna Zapparoli and the ensemble inspired an overwhelming response, and the audience was carried away.” – Corriere della Sera
“The arrangements by Mario Borciani are elegant and intensely expressive without ever distorting the original.” – La Repubblica.