Kit Kat Club
A notoriously decadent Berlin night club of the 1930s, setting for Christopher Isherwood's play Cabaret, and the film of the same name. The club was at the heart of the gay community in liberal Berlin. It later became a venue for jazz, and throughout the Second World War continued to provide its own brand of delights to officers of the German Armed Forces, and was a great favourite of many of the SS in particular.
The club is still very much alive and kicking, in the Nollendorfplatz area of the district of Kreuzberg, and is still the focal point for local gay people.