Death’s Cabaret – A love story
A night when entertainment means life or death. And the forbidden pleasures of cabaret make passionate love to classical music.
“Extraordinarily impressive and effective...
a spell-binding triumph.” Evening Star
The story of a man’s search for truth.
Of all-consuming love for a dangerous woman. And the ultimate sacrifice...
A ground-breaking new kind of concerto –
a cabaret concerto - commissioned for outstanding cellist, baritone and story-teller Matthew Sharp with the acclaimed Sacconi Quartet from celebrated composer
Stephen Deazley and award-winning
writer Martin Riley.
Cabaret Concerto is a unique and thrilling marriage of the 19th-century concerto form with the grime and sensuality of cabaret -
both an innovation and a re-invention of
an ancient tradition. Dangerous, intimate,
raw and virtuosic, it promises to be an unforgettable night.
As our hero discovers.
Mistress Death comes to call. Your time upon this earth is up. When life is in the balance, what will save you? Love, music or waking from the nightmare?
Let the performance of a lifetime begin!
Produced by Sharp Productions in collaboration with Music at the Brewhouse.