Kit Kat (disambiguation)

Kit Kat is a chocolate confection.

Kit Kat or Kit Cat may also refer to:
*Ketamine
*Kit-Cat Club, a political club named after Christopher Catling (known as Kit Cat) whose pie-shop was used as the meeting place.
*Kit-Cat Klock, an art deco novelty style clock manufactured since 1932
*Kit-Cat pie, a type of mutton pie, supposedly from the pie house where the Kit-Cat Club met
*Kit-cat portrait, a particular size of portrait (36×28 inches) used for members of the club.
*Kit Kat Club, a fictional club in 1930s Germany featured in the stage show "Cabaret" and the film of the same name
*Kit Kat Guest Ranch, a brothel in Nevada (US)
*Kitkat, a female comedian from the Philippines

ee also

*KitKat Crescent, a stadium in York, England
*KitKatClub, a famous nightclub in Berlin, Germany, founded in the 1990s

Caberet night in Oxford town hosted by the Pussycats


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