Characterised by freedom of expression, sexuality and fantasy, Cabaret Bizarre was originally inspired by Federico Fellini and Bertolt Brecht to create an old-fashioned carnival, a wonderland, a dark dreamland where amazing personal adventures are made possible.

Cabaret Bizarre rediscovers the 1920’s Weimar Cabaret and mixes into its essence elements from the circus and vaudeville tradition, the recently rediscovered burlesque era, as well as influences from the Queer scene and modern primitives tribes – a truly timeless cocktail with a very bizarre edge, served only by the most influential, talented and vanguard performers globally. Cabaret Bizarre does not consist of a fixed ensemble. Our productions are not commercial and not aimed for profit.

Cabaret Bizarre was born in 2006, in Basel, Switzerland and prodigiously conquered the hearts of neighbouring countries and cities. So far, more than 70 shows have been staged in fifteen different cities – four different countries pledging their allegiance to what is now only the beginning of a new movement!

While Cabaret Bizarre is a themed night, where the audience is invited to dress accordingly and become part of the show, the dress code is wide and encompasses different styles; from 1920’s to Dieselpunk and Fetish attire: Dress to impress! Enjoy our own homegrown feel and let your free spirits embrace diversity and your fantasies take over. Our shows are unrehearsed, experimental and uncensored and we expect our audience to be the same!

''Le beau est toujours bizarre.''