We always love the amazing concerts and unique performances at Live At Zedel and the announcement of their Autumn/Winter season has us - dare we say it - excited for the summer to end! *cue gasps from the front row* The unique live entertainment concept at The Crazy Coqs will host loads of StageFaves over the next few months, so get your diary out, take a gander at the talent on show and get your booking fingers out...
Produced in partnership with Fane Productions Ltd, Live At Zédel’s Autumn/Winter season programme is, once again, heaving with incredible new talent and established acts from across a whole host of disciplines including live music, musical theatre, cabaret, comedy and spoken word.
Award-winning actress and musical theatre star Janie Dee who is currently appearing in Sondheim’s FOLLIES at the National returns with two shows "Janie Dee: Off the Record" and "Janie Dee: At the BBC" in October and the record-breaking West End and Broadway actor John Owen-Jones will play three concerts in December.
Cabaret highlights include Gorgeous Guys, with Ryan Molloy, Hal Cazalet, Dimitri Kleioris, Emmanuel Kojo and Rob Herron. Former WICKED star Suzie Mathers performs for one night only. Also returning, by popular demand is internationally-acclaimed West End and New York singer Lorna Dallas for two more performances of Home Again in October and November.
Hit musical theatre radio station Sunday Show Tunes on Radio Woking will be hosting a brand-new residency, "The Late Late Show with Sunday Show Tunes" which sees host Paul Branch break out of the studio for some musical theatre mayhem with his trusty side-kick Maureen (every month from 21 October).
Following the success of Alex Parker and Katie Lam’s AFTER YOU, the first musical to be commissioned by the venue, there will be a series of new musicals written by new writers produced specifically for The Crazy Coqs, launching with Henry Roadnight and Adam Johnson’s hilarious piece THE DISFUNCTIONAL GUIDE TO BEING A THIRD WHEEL (29-30 October) and Alex James Ellison and Tom Lees’ touching FIVER (26-27 November).