On Thursday 26th October at JW3, internationally-acclaimed singer Max Raabe takes us back to the Berlin of the 1920s and early ‘30s. A city on the edge, an exhilarating place of unbridled artistic experimentation. A city that only a few years later would be changed forever with the rise of Nazism.

Max, accompanied by pianist Christoph Israel, will perform songs by Jewish composers, evoking the satire and bite of Berlin’s cabaret and counterbalanced by poignant expressions of love and longing.

Learn more about Max and his music by clicking here

All proceeds from the concert will support the Centre's work on Holocaust education and remembrance.

Tickets are priced £20 each plus a booking fee of £1.59. To book your tickets, click below.