Ladies and Gentlemen, where are your troubles now? 

They'll soon be forgotten as the Glasgow Film Theatre welcomes the return of an iconic 70s musical that transports viewers to 'the dark heart of 1930s Berlin'.

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Glasgow Times:

Marking the 50th anniversary of Cabaret's release, the GFT has programmed a series of screenings from May 6 to 12 in celebration of the cinematic masterpiece packed full of 'style and sleaze'.

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Glasgow Times:

Speaking of the film they said: "An iconic, incredibly stylish study of the hedonism and sexual ambiguity of pre-war Berlin, Cabaret was a huge, multi Oscar-winning hit for choreographer and director Bob Fosse in 1972, and made Liza Minnelli (who won Best Actress) a star.

"Often described as a musical for people who don’t like musicals, it sets its scene in Berlin during the 1931 Weimar Republic, against a backdrop of increasing anti-semitism and the growth of the Nazi Party.

"Full of brilliantly choreographed set-pieces, Cabaret influenced generations of filmmakers and remains a key queer cinema film with its early exploration of bisexuality on screen."

Glasgow Times:

Bookings are open now meaning there's plenty of time to reserve your seats for what's sure to be a night to remember.

Steeped in history of its own, the Rose Street cinema originally opened as the Cosmo back in 1939.

It later became known as the Glasgow Film Theatre in 1972, only two years after Cabaret was first released.

We can't think of a better place to celebrate 50 years of the musical hit.

As Sally Bowles herself wisely said, "What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play!"

 To book, your tickets now click here.