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Michael Ahomka-Lindsay joins cast of Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club

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Michael Ahomka-Lindsay is to join the company of Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club in the West End.

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From Monday 11 March 2024, Michael Ahomka-Lindsay will take on the role of Clifford Bradshaw.

Nathan Ives-Moiba, the current Clifford Bradshaw, is set to make his final appearance on Saturday 27 January. Following his departure, Taite-Elliot Drew will temporarily fill the role from Monday 29 January until Saturday 9 March 2024.

Michael Ahomka-Lindsay previously starred as Jack Kelly in Disney’s Newsies at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre, David Heard in Choir Boy at the Bristol Old Vic, Emmett Forrest in Legally Blonde at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Benny in RENT at the Hope Mill Theatre, and Maugrim in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe on a UK and Ireland tour.

In his new role, Michael joins a talented cast, including Beverley Klein as Fraulein Schneider, Teddy Kempner as Herr Schultz, Wilf Scolding as Ernst Ludwig, and Jessica Kirton as Fraulein Kost/Fritzie. Nic Myers will continue to perform as Sally Bowles once a week. Further announcements regarding the casting for Emcee and Sally Bowles from 11 March 2024 will be made in due course.

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The show also features Liv Alexander, Natalie Chua, Laura Delany, Taite-Elliot Drew, Damon Gould, El Haq Latief, Grant Neal, Hicaro Nicolai, Travis Ross, Rebecca Lisewski, Ela Lisondra, Andy Rees, Toby Turpin, and Patrick Wilden. The prologue company comprises Rachel Benson, Ami Benton, Onyemachi Ejimofor, Joseph Hardy, Liz Kamille, Andrew Linnie, Aine McLoughlin, Jack William Parry, Jazmyn Raikes, Oliver Stockley, and Ena Yamaguchi.

Since its opening in December 2021, this unique production of Cabaret has garnered widespread acclaim and numerous awards. In April 2022, it set a record by winning seven Olivier Awards, the most ever for a musical revival. Additionally, it has received three Critics Circle Awards and the Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Design.

The production, directed by Rebecca Frecknall, transforms a London theatre into an immersive in-the-round auditorium. Guests are invited to explore the Kit Kat Club with pre-show entertainment, drinks, and dining before the show begins. The musical, featuring famous songs like Wilkommen and Don’t Tell Mama, is a theatrical masterpiece with music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and a book by Joe Masteroff.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.