It’s that time again. Between 21st-23rd April, Kabaret Kalashnikov reopens its doors at Sisyphos. After the last Kabaret Kalashnikov, I struggled to laugh at anything anymore. It was like my funny-bone had somehow broken. The idea of things I used to find funny just made me sad. Things like kids falling over, the career of … Read more Kalashnikovs and Vodka. Kabaret Kalashnikov Returns to Sisyphos
Kabaret Kalashnikov describes itself as “a wild-postsowjet-hedonistic-vodka-variete-show”, where “juggling, acrobatics, slapstick and comedy all blend into a twisted, turbulent night at a little ‘taverna’ somewhere East of here. A bar where they dance tango and polka, where they fight and make love, where the night lasts as long as there is vodka… and vodka there … Read more Kabaret Kalashnikov Returns to Sisyphos on 15th/16th/17th October
Lights up! There he stands, face daubed in stage make-up, grinning a grin a metre wide, that promises a thousand lies, yet uncovers some inner truth. His pose, outlandishly poised, casts a shape that bewitches as it beguiles, making the ladies swoon and the men ask themselves questions they’d never before asked. He’s Ferkel Johnson. … Read more Ladies and Gentlemen, Ferkel Johnson!