An Evening of theatrical song and Historical reminiscences presented by Stella Bass

November 7, 2018

Divinely Decadent.
Dangerously Dark.

An evening of theatrical song and historical reminiscences presented by chanteuse Stella Bass and band, under the musical direction of Peter Roycroft. Together they fashion an entertaining musical tribute to the inter-war Berlin cabaret in a Germany teetering on the brink of political turmoil; having survived the austerity of WWI, an all-too-brief golden age of music, cabaret and satire emerged, whose exponents included Marlene Dietrich, Kurt Weill and Friedrich Hollaender. Their trademark songs – including Lili Marlene, Mack The Knife and Falling In Love Again – are known and loved around the world, having thankfully outlived the demise of cabaret culture following Nazi accession to power in 1933. An evening not to be missed!

‘I so much enjoyed that wonderful evening of cabaret in the Cobalt Cafe and as I remarked on the night I have been lucky enough to hear Marlene Dietrich herself singing Lili Marlene and Louis Armstrong singing Mack the Knife and your performance could stand honourable with either of these two great artists. Well done. Bravo. I shall watch this space for your further meteoric rise in showbiz’.
Senator David Norris

‘Stella Bass is a classically-trained singer and musician whose repertoire is incredibly versatile.’ Evening Herald, March 2008


 Friday 6th November at 8pm

 Tickets €18 euro including  a glass of wine