The original Cabaret Voltaire was founded in 1916, and it was here that the Dada art movement started. There's a museum, café, shop and event venue here.
The original Cabaret Voltaire was founded in 1916, and it was here where the likes of Hugo Ball, Emmy Hennings, Sophie Taeuber-Arp and Jean Arp started the Dada art movement. When the building was about to be turned into a pharmacy and luxury apartments in 2002, a group of self-proclaimed 'Neo-Dadaists' occupied the Cabaret. Two years later, it was reopened and now hosts a museum, a café, a shop and an event venue.
|Venue name:||Cabaret Voltaire||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Mon 8pm -midnight, Tue-Thur 2.30pm-midnight, Fri-Sat 12.30pm- 2am, Sun 12.30pm-7pm.|
|Transport:||Tram 6; Bus 31|
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