Enjoy fantastic Christmas cabaret at Zédel.
4-5 December 2018, 19.00
The First Noel
£15.00, concessions available
Join us for an evening of cocktails accompanied by songs and scenes from Noel Coward's most famous plays and musicals. Starring Downton Abbey's Charlotte Hamblin and co-starring a special guest, this is a festive hoot not to be missed.
5 December 2018, 21.15
Michael Dore: Up & Away
Join Dore, along with musical director John G Smith, as he sings the Christmas classics of, among others, Michael Buble, Joni Mitchell & Nat King Cole, along with tracks from his albums Simply and Stage by Stage (with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra).
6 December 2018, 19.00
It's Christmas Eve, and Dougal meets Robin at JFK. Tomorrow, his father is marrying her sister. Robin's dreading it, Dougal can't wait. Stuck together for 24 hours, the two misfits traverse New York in a whirl of confession, frustration and excess, as the wedding inexorably approaches.
8, 27 December 2018, 19.00
Miss Hope Springs: Christmas Agogo
Revisiting her lost 1972 TV special (to this day considered an unaired classic), join down-on-her-luck comedy cabaret chanteuse, Miss Hope Springs, as she unwraps a glittering array of original seasonal songs all sprinkled with a fine frosting of vintage-Vegas glitz.
9 December 2018, 19.00
Howard Samuels: A Very Rocky Christmas
For one night only, the indefatigable Howard Samuels (The Rocky Horror Show, Glenn Miller Story, The Sound of Music, Tonight's The Night) will be accompanied by the silver fingered Dave Brown, musical director of The Rocky Horror Show, Invade My Privacy, I Love My Wife, to name a few. A pre-Christmas cabaret guaranteed to get you into the festive spirit, the evening will also include a special Rocky Horror medley featuring, amongst others, Charles Atlas Song, I'm Going Home and, of course, Sweet Transvestite.
9 December 2018, 21.15
Jonny Woo: The Big Gay Festive Songbook
Wrap some tinsel around your neck, raise a glass of bubbly and get ready to sing out with drag superstar, Jonny Woo and Rudi 'the voice' Douglas, in this special festive edition of The Big Gay Songbook, as performed at The Glory. Expect all the usual favourites with hits from Whitney, Madonna, Cher and Bowie, and since it is THAT time of year, Woo and Douglas will throw in some seasonal favourites too with Mariah Carey, Wham and East 17, to name a few.
10 December 2018, 19.00
La Voix's Festive Breakdown
The UK's most dazzling diva is back with her Christmas special. Taking a break from her pantomime duties, La Voix returns to Crazy Coqs to offer the best night out this December. In this hilarious one-woman show, La Voix and her pianist will take you on a journey exposing, analysing and satirically delivering an evening of Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli, Shirley Bassey and Cher.
10 December 2018, 21.15
Tori Scott: Vodka is the Reason for the Season
Don't miss this "soul-baring singer and sharp comedian" (Huffington Post) as Scott recounts her early childhood fascination with The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and her time spent as a singing elf in an old folks' home. She will take you on a festive autobiographical journey to celebrate what is truly special about this time of year. This hysterical and heart-warming show includes songs by Dolly Parton, Madonna, Michael Jackson, and more.
12 December 2018, 21.15
Rachel Parris: It's Not Christmas Yet But ...
£15.00, concessions available
Award-winning musical comedian and satirist, Rachel Parris, presents an evening of comedy song, jazz standards and musical theatre, and inevitably a few Christmas carols (with a twist!).
13 December, 19.00, 20 December 2018, 21.15
Simon Green & David Shrubsole: Cowars at Christmas
Marking ten years since their hit show exploded onto the New York cabaret scene, 2017 Drama Desk Award winners, Simon Green and David Shrubsole, return to Crazy Coqs with their original classic celebration of Noel Coward. The evening is packed full of the master's hits in both traditional and re-imagined arrangements. From the wittiest, pithiest sentiments through to his disarmingly emotional insights, Coward at Christmas - A Cabaret for Noël is the epitome of festive chic.
17-23 December 2018, 19.00 (also 15.00 on 22-23)
Gary Williams: A Swingin' Christmas
Gary Williams' Christmas show has become a fixture in London's season calendar and this year promises to be the coolest one yet. There are new songs and all your favourites like White Christmas, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year and Let It Snow. It's wrapped up in Williams' trademark wit and buckets of Christmas cheer. Bring your friends, make a night of it with dinner in the brasserie or cocktails in the very stylish American Bar and join the star of the West End's Rat Pack for another Swingin' Christmas at London's most fabulous cabaret room.
17 December 2018, 21.15
Shaw Shimmers into Xmas
An exclusive seasonal show, written especially for Crazy Coqs. In this inimitable one-man powerhouse show, join Ian Shaw as he explores the joys, tears and sheer horror of the festive season. Expect songs, razor-sharp comedy and some very special guests from the world of music and theatre.
31 December 2018, 19.00
Joe Stilgoe Live and Early on New Year's Eve
Join one of Crazy Coqs' most popular performers for a rare solo show. Fresh from his rave performance in Guys and Dolls at the Royal Albert Hall and with his big band at the London Jazz Festival, Joe Stilgoe whisks up an early New Year's Eve party, replete with seasonal songs, ridiculous audience interaction and spontaneous moments of piano wizardry that make him such a sought-after performer all over the world.
31 December 2018, 22.00
Marcel Lucont's Cabaret Fantastique: New Year's Eve Special
£100.00 (includes a glass of champagne)
London's louchest Frenchman, Marcel Lucont, is joined by a magnificent live band to see off 2018 in style, with an all-star line-up of guests from the world of cabaret, circus, comedy, clowning and music. These acts have had a spectacular year, picking up accolades, making numerous TV and radio appearances and playing to sell-out crowds all over the world, catch them at Crazy Coqs for one unmissable night only.