Barry Humphries’ Weimar Cabaret review – sardonic, sexual, wonderfully done – The Guardian


The Guardian
Barry Humphries’ Weimar Cabaret review – sardonic, sexual, wonderfully done
The Guardian
In the late 1940s, Barry Humphries, then a teenager, bought on a whim a collection of sheet music, once owned by a refugee from Nazi Germany, from a secondhand bookshop in Melbourne. It consisted of works by composers banned in the Third Reich as …

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