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Cast Recordings & Albums West End Cabaret Will Host Virtual Cast Album Listening Party With Eddie Redmayne

Redmayne and co-star Jessie Buckley both won 2022 Olivier Awards for their performances.

Eddie Redmayne in <i>Cabaret</i>
Eddie Redmayne in Cabaret Marc Brenner

The cast recording of the Olivier-winning revival of Cabaret, featuring the Olivier-winning performances of Eddie Redmayne as The Emcee and Jessie Buckley as Sally Bowles, arrives January 20 via Decca Records.

To celebrate the release of the new cast recording, the production will host a virtual listening party via Instagram Live (@kitkatclubldn) and YouTube Live January 20 at 7 PM GMT (2 PM ET). Redmayne will speak to music and culture journalist Lauren Laverne about his experiences in the show, as they listen to each track from the newly released cast recording.

READ: Olivier-Winning London Revival of Cabaret Will Welcome 3 New Leads

Check out the complete track list below:

1. Willkommen (Eddie Redmayne)
2. So What (Liza Sadovy)
3. Don't Tell Mama (Jessie Buckley)
4. Mein Herr (Jessie Buckley)
5. Perfectly Marvellous (Jessie Buckley, Omari Douglas)
6. Two Ladies (Eddie Redmayne, Sally Frith, Sophie Maria Wojna)
7. It Couldn't Please Me More (Liza Sadovy, Elliot Levey)
8. Tomorrow Belongs To Me (Eddie Redmayne)
9. Maybe This Time (Jessie Buckley)
10. Money (Eddie Redmayne)
11. Married (Elliot Levey, Liza Sadovy, Anna Jane Casey)
12. Tomorrow Belongs To Me – Reprise (Anna Jane Casey, Stewart Clarke)
13. Kickline
14. If You Could See Her (Eddie Redmayne)
15. What Would You Do? (Liza Sadovy)
16. I Don't Care Much (Eddie Redmayne)
17. Cabaret (Jessie Buckley)
18. Finale (Omari Douglas, Eddie Redmayne)

The Rebecca Frecknall-directed production of the Tony-winning 1966 Broadway musical, currently running at London's Kit Kat Club (a.k.a. the renovated Playhouse Theatre), officially opened December 12, 2021. The original cast also featured Omari Douglas as Cliff Bradshaw, Liza Sadovy as Fraulein Schneider, Elliot Levey as Herr Schultz, Stewart Clarke as Ernst Ludwig, and Anna-Jane Casey as Fraulein Kost with Josh Andrews, Emily Benjamin, Sally Frith, Matthew Gent, Emma Louise Jones, Ela Lisondra, Theo Maddix, Chris O’Mara, Daniel Perry, Andre Refig, Christopher Tendai, Bethany Terry, Lillie-Pearl Wildman, and Sophie Maria Wojna.

The London production also features a new addition: a Prologue Company of nine actors, dancers, and musicians, who welcome audiences to the world of the club as they arrive at the theatre. The initial Prologue Company consisted of Gabriela Bendetti, Rachel Benson, Laura Braid, Julian Capolei, Hollie Cassar, Celine Fortenbacher-Popławska, Samantha Ho, Andrew Linnie, and Sally Swanson with an original score composed by Angus MacRae.

Since last October, the revival has been led by Callum Scott Howells and Madeline Brewer as The Emcee and Sally Bowles (respectively) with Sid Sagar as Cliff Bradshaw, Danny Mahoney as Ernst Ludwig, and Michelle Bishop as Fraulein Kost.

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Based on the play by John Van Druten and stories by Christopher Isherwood, Cabaret has music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and a book by Joe Masteroff.

The creative team includes set and costume designer Tom Scutt, choreographer Julia Cheng, musical director Jennifer Whyte, lighting designer Isabella Byrd, and sound designer Nick Lidster. Casting is by Stuart Burt, with Jordan Fein serving as associate director.

Redmayne won both a Tony and Olivier Award in 2010 for his work in the John Logan play Red. Five years later, he'd go on to win an Oscar for The Theory of Everything; he was also nominated the subsequent year for The Danish Girl. He is no stranger to the role of the Emcee, having taken on the part made famous by Joel Grey in a 2001 Edinburgh Fringe production.

Buckley, a breakout star from the musical theatre competition series I'd Do Anything, returned to the U.K. stage after appearing in A Little Night Music. She starred in the National Theatre's filmed presentation of Romeo and Juliet. Her additional screen credits include Women Talking, Wild Rose, The Lost Daughter, I'm Thinking of Ending Things, and Judy.

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