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The Cabaret at The Columbia Club

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121 Monument Circle, Ste. 516
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Last Updated: January 18, 2018

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About The Cabaret at The Columbia Club

Located in the historic Columbia Club on Monument Circle, The Cabaret features intimate performances in the classic cabaret style. While beloved local performers like Deb Mullins, Shannon Forsell and Brenda Williams can be regularly seen, The Cabaret also brings in top performers from around the country and beyond. Expect a wide range of musical genres, from bebop and blues to boogie and Broadway musical tunes. All the amenities are in place: a variety of hors d'oeuvres, appetizers, a full dinner and luscious desserts. Plus, you can choose from an array of fine wines — or just enjoy a martini.

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If the fear of another bad date terrifies you more than the fear of commitment, grab your honeypie and experience what the city of Indianapolis has planned just for you.

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We have it all this weekend, from comedy to dance to visual art to bicycles, even a plunge in the (probably) frigid waters of Eagle Creek Reservoir.

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French singers run a gamut from the intensity of Edith Piaf to the intimacies of Francoise Hardy, and Aigrot has found a graceful balance between the two.

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We have a little bit of everything, from dance (at the IMA and White Rabbit) to comedy (Kevin Pollak) to Beethoven to the one-year anniversary of the 100 Acres.

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Despite the heat, the bicycle race season is getting into full swing, or full spoke, or whatever you

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IndyFringe wraps up an extraordinary ten-day festival this weekend, so here's your chance to enjoy the weird and wondrous performance, plus the vivid life of Mass Ave.

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The show-stoppers weren't Pedi's ballads or Broadway numbers but her impressions, which ranged from Cher to Charo, Bernadette Peters to Oprah.

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It's a shame that Ute Lemper's second night at the Cabaret is sold out; the Berlin-based singer's tango-flavored showcase of European song is well worth seeing.