Australian Performer Julie Mullins Brings One Woman Show To The Pheasantry

Julie Mullins Returns to The Pheasantry Chelsea with her one woman show All The Girls You Are

Australian Artist Julie Mullins will bring her one-woman show All The Girls You Are back to The Pheasantry, Chelsea By Popular Demand on 30 April and 1 May 2018. It’s been over twenty years since Julie Martin in Neighbours fell to her death. A good many have gone through the Aussie soaps studios and  remain associated with characters that left our screens long ago, but next week Julie Mullins, the actor who played Julie Martin returns to The Pheasantry cabaret stage By Popular Demand to reprise her show All The Girls You Are, displaying her talents not only as an actor but as a vocalist in an intimate cabaret setting. The contrast couldn’t be more marked. Julie has described All The Girls You Are as celebrating the many girls inside every woman. During the show audiences will be taken on a journey from London’s West End and Broadway through anecdote … Read more

Rebecca Trehearn Stars In Heart Of Winter At Crazy Coqs

Rebecca Trehearn in Heart Of Winter at Crazy Coqs

Olivier Award winner Rebecca Trehearn (Show Boat, City of Angels) stars in award-winning British song cycle Heart Of Winter as part of Live At Zedel’s programme at Crazy Coqs. Rebecca Trehearn, winner of the 2017 Olivier Award for ‘Best Supporting Actress In A Musical’, stars in the acclaimed song cycle Heart of Winter. The one-woman piece will be performed at Crazy Coqs (Live at Zedel) for two performances: 9th & 15th May at 7pm. Heart of Winter tells the funny, heart-warming and down-to-earth story of Kate, a primary schoolteacher, living up North. Her relationship of five years is over. With the help of her mum, her close friends and a large tub of Ben & Jerry’s, she battles the harsh reality of winter to find the new hope of spring. Ms. Trehearn (Show Boat, City of Angels) will be accompanied at the piano by musical director Caroline Humphris. The evening is directed by … Read more

REVIEW: The Night, Live at Zedel ✭✭✭✭

PÖJJ perform as part of The Night at Crazy Coqs

The Night Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zedel 2nd January 2017 4 Stars Fast becoming one of the most significant events in the cabaret calendar, this entertaining monthly gathering, pioneered by the indefatigable Tom Crowley and trusty cohorts, is a wonderful place to enjoy ‘alternative’ comedy and music in the comparatively safe surroundings of a respectable West End club.  On this occasion, the event was made particularly special through its coincidence with Mr Crowley’s keenly anticipated 30th birthday: an anniversary milked tonight for all its ominous and portentous worth by regulars Molly Beth Morossa as Molly the Imaginary Friend, Lucy Farrett as Tina Claessens the Stage Manager, and the cheerful Professor Expert the Producer, made flesh by the charming Andy Goddard: all of whom, if we are to believe what we are told, are still younger than their MC.  So much for the company. The guests tonight rejoiced in the headliner, … Read more

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