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 […]
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These really are the most wonderfully written and excitingly conceived songs. Few people today – in this country, at least – can master the intricacies of rhyme in the way that Bermange can; and there is significant pleasure to be derived from hearing these wonderful ‘escapades’ into punning, twisting lyrical creation.
As a tasty confection, what they have to offer is hard to beat. You get to the end of it longing for more and are secretly delighted to have discovered a new addiction. I can’t wait for the next helping and I believe more is coming. Let it be soon!
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 […]
The onward march of the Crazy Coqs is pioneering new musical theatre writing continues with Fiver an utterly delicious score by new writers of the book, music and lyrics, Alex James Ellison and Tom Lees.
This was a welcome opportunity to get better acquainted with the repertoire of one of the country’s brightest and most interesting new songwriters
There is a simplicity to the characters which is artless and appealing in its own way, but it also makes them rather thinly drawn, and even over the course of an hour, we find ourselves asking rather more questions about them than we find answered.
JANUARY : The Musical Revue The Crazy Coqs 24th January 2017 It was lovely to get to see another outing for this charming seasonal work-in-progress feast last week. First launched last year at the Canal Cafe Theatre, with a different line-up, this show made a terrific initial impact. Perfectly suited to the spontaneous, almost improvisational […]