Crazy Coqs Cabaret

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Crazy Coqs Cabaret
Venue name: Crazy Coqs Cabaret
Address: Brasserie Zedel
20 Sherwood St
Transport: Tube: Piccadilly Circus
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COMING SOON FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY! Don't miss the amazingly talented Howard Samuels who appears in his solo cabaret show MONDAY 15TH FEBRUARY at 8pm. Howard is a natural entertainer and raconteur. I've seen many of his shows and loved every one of them. Since his cabaret partner the amazingly talented Russell Churney passed away Howard has been working towards this opportunity. He's performed to sell out audiences along the way with various guests but tonight's his night. If you like cheeky, funny, rude and skilled delivery you'll love this. Howard uses much of the late great Fran Landesmans poems (he knew and worked with her) set to music and merged with other classic songs. One thing i can guarantee from the venue and the performer is a warm, friendly and intimate evening. See it if you can!


Really enjoyed this venue for a Billie Holiday tribute night. We had to wait a bit longer outside than usual (outside still being in the building I should add) but that was due to a sound issue. We were seated quickly and our drinks order was taken quite promptly as well. They had an ingenious method of using a little light to indicate if you needed to make another order without making too much of a fuss to get attention.

Smallish venue, good price, and amazing jazz-- all in the heart of Piccadilly Circus. Don't worry-- its much better in here than it is out there!

Last night I saw Gary Williams perform his Sinatra Jukebox at Crazy Coqs. Gary - with Harry at the piano was outstanding. Its a show I would recommend even if you're not a big Sinatra fan. If you did or do love Frank, you are just going to lap this up. The venue is well-located being just off Piccadilly Circus, and is part of the rather lovely Brasserie Zedel. If its let down by anything it's slightly surly management and staff who just don't seem to be having the same degree of fun as either the performers or the audience. Don't let it put you off. Fortunately what happens on the stage is what delivers the magic here.