The literary cabaret and its role in promoting Dadaism

Oana Babici

The basic meaning of the term cabaret is that of a party place or bar. On the other hand, the literary cabaret refers to a space quite similar to a regular cabaret, with differences in the performances presented. A comparison can also be made here between a literary cabaret and a literary café. In a literary cabaret, literary moments are presented, as well as musical and dance performances, whereas in a literary café the focus is almost exclusively on literature, sometimes intertwined with other areas such as politics or religion.