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Ute Lemper: Rendevous With Marlene

Ute Lemper: Rendevous With Marlene

Premiering in London in 2019, now sumptuously filmed in Club Cumming in NYC during lockdown, Crazy Coqs are delighted to bring you a true story, based on a phone conversation between Marlene Dietrich and Ute Lemper more than 34 years ago in 1987 in Paris.  

The 'Stream' package consists of a ticket to the event only. The initial broadcast will be on 4th April 20:00 UK Time. It will be available to view up to a week after the event has ended and can be accessed worldwide.  If you live in a time zone that does not suit the initial broadcast time, you can watch it at any point after the initial showing for one week. It will be available to view until 11th April. 

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Described as an “extraordinary, unforgettable evening with a sublime artist at the height of her powers – it should on no account be missed!” Musical Theatre Review, Ute Lemper’s Rendezvous With Marlene channels Dietrich’s story of courage, glamour, and humanity. Ahead of her time, Dietrich was a legend as an actress, singer, fashion icon, and free spirited bisexual androgynous hedonist with a life-long hatred of autocrats and nationalists. In her first show entirely focused on honouring Marlene, based on the true story of a phone call they shared, Lemper interprets some of Dietrich’s most beautiful songs and recounts some captivating secrets of her life. Don’t miss this enthralling exploration of Marlene’s career and personal life by one of the great cabaret artists of our age. 

“My heart was racing while I watched the Ute Lemper film Rendezvous with Marlene I was only five minutes into the two-hour program and already I knew that I was in for one of the great rides of entertainment”. Broadway World 

"A magical fusion of theatre and cinema - a plea to the world that we must never forget what came before and not to repeat the mistakes of the past" London Theatre Reviews ***** 

"Lemper interprets Dietrich’s nuance with a breath-taking presence, Lemper’s work is flawless and the movie is a revelation in its detail and its storytelling. Not to be missed" Jonathan Baz ****