Cabaret Supper Club presents a tribute to an iconic musical
Cabaret Supper Club is bringing the essence of one of the most famous musicals of all time to the stage.
Starring North Belfast actress and performer Kerri Quinn as Sally Bowles the musical tribute to Cabaret will catapult the audience into 1930s Berlin on Thursday 1st March.
Kerri, who is best known for having starred as Cabaret lead Sally in the stage show at The Mac in Belfast and her rave performance as Rita in the hit Educating Rita at the Lyric, Belfast, will belt out songs such as Cabaret, Mein Herr, Money Money and Maybe This Time throughout the night.
She will also be joined by the cast of Cabaret Supper Club who will bring songs like Two Ladies to life on the night.
Cabaret Supper Club manager Emma Jayne Robinson said: “We’re delighted to be welcoming Kerri back to the club with this fantastic show.
“Throughout the night the audience will be treated to a musical review of the hit Broadway show and no better person to do this than Kerri who has previously played the lead role of Sally Bowles herself.
“For two nights our audience will be transported to the Kit-Kat Club in downtown Berlin In 1931 – and of course they’ll also be treated to a fantastic meal in the process.”
And Kerri’s just as excited to reprise the singing role of Sally Bowles.
She said: “Sally’s in my DNA”.
Kerri has just completed her run as Ginny in The Threepenny Opera Kerri and completed filming a BBC drama alongside Christopher Ecclestone called Come Home that airs later this year.
“I am thrilled to perform at the Cabaret Supper Club,” said the 35-year-old.
“I’ve performed in at it from the day it opened. I started out doing Abba/80s/70s shows. Now I’d try my hand at anything. It’s lovely to have the freedom to try new things. It’s like one big family in there and a joy to be a part of.”
Meanwhile, Creative Director Ross Anderson-Doherty said audiences will not be disappointed.
“I’ve worked with Kerri as an actor, singer, and director for over 15 years now and she never fails to amaze me with her talents and hard work.” he said, adding: “It’s a delight to hear her sing these iconic songs in an authentic cabaret setting; a venue Kerri has performed in many times.
“I think our audiences are going to be ‘bowled’ over by her tour de force.”
Tables for Cabaret: A Musical Tribute at the Cabaret Supper Club, Belfast start from just £24.50 which includes a main course meal and show. Click here to book your table now.