“What good is sitting alone In your room? Come hear the music play. Life is a Cabaret, old chum, Come to the Cabaret”.
GCN has the scoop on the exciting events upcoming on June 4. Make sure to mark your calendars for a night filled with incredible entertainment right here in Dublin, courtesy of Film Fatale!
Come out to The Sugar Club and join the Film Fatale family in celebrating their 10th birthday party on Saturday, June 4 at 7:30 pm. They will be hosting a 50th Anniversary screening of Bob Fosse’s Cabaret at the famous cinema club followed by an all-out frenzy on the dance floor.
For the past decade, Film Fatale has been throwing theatrical parties, immersive events, vintage nights, and event-cinema screenings. The events company prides itself on hosting parties ‘where clubbing meets culture.’ It is the perfect opportunity to dance the night away in a gorgeous vintage outfit.
Amazing DJs will take over music at The Sugar Club for the night. DJ Dandelion will be playing her mix of soul mod garage and rock in the courtyard. Meanwhile, the dance floor will be run by The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers, playing hits from the 20th century.
Take the opportunity to see some incredible performances by Bonnie Boux as well as Liza Minnelli who will light up the stage of the Kit Kat Club before making their way to the dance floor. This event is ‘going-out out’ so now is the time to plan a night filled with exciting entertainment. What could get better than watching an amazing film, incredible performers, and dancing the night away with some of Dublin’s most well-known DJs?
“Leave your troubles outside. So life is disappointing, forget it! In here life is beautiful,” Joel Grey.
Tickets are selling out fast, so make sure to grab yours soon! They can be purchased for the full event or just the party on Eventbrite.
Interested in attending some more LGBTQ+ events this summer? Check out this list of amazing queer acts at the 2022 Body & Soul festival.
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