1933 and All That

Devised and orchestrated by Mario Borciani,

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 cabaretThe 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.

Devised and orchestrated by Mario Borciani,