Kit Kat (disambiguation)

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Kit Kat is a chocolate-coated wafer confection.

Kit Kat, Kit Cat or Kitkat may also refer to:

Organisations[edit]

Clubs[edit]

  • Kit-Cat Club, a political club named after Christopher Catling (known as Kit Cat) whose pie-shop was used as the meeting place
  • Kit Kat Club, a popular nightclub in London in the 1920s, in the basement of the former Odeon Haymarket movie theatre
  • Kit Kat Club, a fictional club in 1930s Germany featured in the stage show and film Cabaret
  • Kit Kat Club, an avant-garde New York City artists' club founded in 1881 that inspired the Kokoon Arts Club
  • KitKatClub, a Berlin, Germany night club in Berlin opened in 1994
  • Kit Kat Club, the name of New York City's Stephen Sondheim Theatre from 1998 to 2010

Fictional characters[edit]

  • Kit Kat, a fictional character in the 1991 American film Hudson Hawk
  • Kit Kat, nickname of the fictional animated Dutch cat Tom Puss
  • Kit Cat, a fictional catgirl monster from the video games Disgaea: Hour of Darkness and Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories

People[edit]

Products[edit]

  • Android KitKat, version 4.4 of the Android operating system
  • Ketamine, a drug, by street name slang
  • Kit-cat, a kitesurfboard by Manu Bertin
  • Kit-Cat pie, a type of mutton pie, supposedly from the pie house where the Kit-Cat Club met

Other[edit]

  • Kit-cat portrait, a particular size of portrait (36×28 inches) used for members of the club
  • Kit Kat (film), a 1991 Egyptian film directed by Daoud Abdel Sayed
  • Kit Kat is a Cairo Nile-side suburb, and then a station under Kit Kat Square on the Cairo Metro Line 3, Egypt
  • Kit Kat, an uncommon but still prevalent nickname for a woman named Catherine, Catharine, Katherine, or Katharine

See also[edit]