The 1960s musical has been reinvented by Rebecca Frecknall for the Playhouse Theatre, which has been transformed into the Kit Kat Club from Cabaret for this production.
With opening night set for November, seats for a variety of prices are now available for performances through February 2022.
For December, you can nab seats in the £150-£200 range, while £90-£120 tickets are available for January performances. In February, there's a wide range for anywhere between £30-£250.
You can click here to search all of the remaining dates and seating options/prices still available for this hugely-anticipated revival of Cabaret through ATG.
For those interested, there will be a ticket option for table seating, as well as a tier for a three-course meal served for each night's production.
The Playhouse Theatre describes this version of Cabaret as an "immersive" experience where the play is performed in the round for guests.
This interactive environment will include a pre-show drinks period designed to fit in with the motif of late '20s Weimar-era Germany – the period when Cabaret is set.
While Cabaret remains one of the most lavish and bawdy musicals in West End history, it also serves as a stark reminder about the rise of fascism with its menacing undertones of early Nazism. This new version is directed by Rebecca Frecknall.
Cabaret's original Broadway production originally ran for more than 1,000 performances and spawned a 1972 film that would win an incredible eight Academy Awards.
Aside from his stage work, Redmayne will return as Newt Scamander in Fantastic Beasts 3, which is set for release in summer 2022.