cabaret

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  • Info Cabaret is a form of entertainment featuring music, song, dance, recitation or drama. more...
  • This group has become known around northern California for their cabaret-style shows.
  • She decided to give up her factory work, and go into cabaret full-time.
  • He started his acting career in local theatre and as a cabaret singer.
  • After that, he dedicated his life to music and became a cabaret singer.
  • Jack is called up from his table at a cabaret to perform on stage.
  • His father, a manager of a cabaret chain, ran away with another woman.
  • She made her debut in the late 1960s by singing in student cabarets.
  • He very quickly made his mark in London in the West End cabaret scene.
  • They mostly worked in cabarets and did not appear on television.
  • When he was a child, he spent the most of his time in cabarets or on tour with his parents.
  • They are then forced to perform a live cabaret floor show with Frank as the leader.
  • He continued to play in summer seasons of theatre and in cabaret and variety into the 1980s.
  • New York cabaret never developed to feature a great deal of social commentary.
  • Her early career was dominated by the music hall, and she later appeared in plays and cabaret.
  • Within a year, she became part of a French cabaret group that traveled the world.
  • He also tours across the country with his live cabaret show.
  • Together they went along cabarets and music halls in a large number of European countries.
  • The group soon stopped recording, and became popular on the cabaret circuit.
  • Each festival is accompanied by many cultural side-events, such as concerts or cabarets.
  • He spent some of his career working in the cabarets of Berlin.
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Meaning of cabaret

  • noun A spot that is open late at night and that provides entertainment (as singers or dancers) as well as dancing and food and drink
    don't expect a good meal at a cabaret, the gossip columnist got his information by visiting nightclubs every night, he played the drums at a jazz club
  • noun A series of acts at a night club