Crazy Coqs have announced their Autumn and Christmas season featuring Donna McKechnie, Liz Callaway, Kerry Ellis, Claire Moore, Danielle Steers, Grace Mouat, Melissa Errico, Lorna Want, Dillie Keane, Gary Williams and many more.
Donna McKechnie: Take me to the World – The Songs of Stephen Sondheim
14, 15 & 18 Nov 9.15pm
Tony Award winner, and internationally renowned Broadway leading lady, Donna McKechnie is back at Crazy Coqs with a new show. She will perform a tribute to Stephen Sondheim, sharing stories of her time working with him and the great influence he had in her life, both professionally and personally.
To Steve with Love: Liz Callaway Celebrates Sondheim
17, 18, 20, 21, 22 Oct 7pm
Broadway favourite Liz Callaway brings her critically acclaimed, deeply personal concert of the songs of Stephen Sondheim for its London debut, hailed as “close to perfection as you can get.” (Musical Theatre Review)
5 Dec 7pm
Celebrate Christmas with West End leading lady, Kerry Ellis with festive favourites and tunes from her musical theatre career to date.
Danielle Steers: So Much More
5 Dec 9.15pm
Danielle Steers, currently starring as Lady in the UK tour of The Cher Show, will bring her brand new solo show to the Crazy Coqs this December.
Comparing Notes with Grace Mouat
9 Oct 3pm
Host, Edward Seckerson will be joined by West End star Grace Mouat (SIX, & Juliet, Legally Blonde at Regent's Park) in conversation and song.
Christine Pedi: Uncaged at Crazy Coqs
24 & 25 Oct 7pm
Broadway and West End star, Christine Pedi performs silly songs about letting loose, being unhinged, pent up and set free and going just a little bit crazy!
1, 2 & 3 Nov 7pm
To celebrate her new album, Melissa Errico offers a smart and sexy program of Noir songs, from 1940s movie music to contemporary extensions of the sensibility.
Nalton & Tudor: The Songbook
27 Nov 3pm & 7pm
Fresh new songwriters Matt Nalton (Jersey Boys) and Will Tudor (Game of Thrones) present an unmissable collection of original songs performed by the most exciting names in the West End.
Claire Moore and Jamie Safir
Venerated star of the West-End stage, Claire Moore performs her first solo cabaret since Carnegie Hall in 2007. She will perform a selection of songs from her vast and varied performing career alongside some brand-new arrangements of her favourite songs from Joni Mitchell to Jazz Standards.
Barb Jungr & Dillie Keane: Two Turtle Doves
23 Dec 7pm & 9.15pm
Two of international cabaret’s Grandest of Dames, Dillie Keane and Barb Jungr perform Christmas classics including a hilarious take on the Twelve Days of Christmas.
A Swingin’ Christmas with Gary Williams
4, 8, 10, 18, 20, 21 Dec 7pm / 18 & 21 Dec 9.15pm
Star of the West End’s Rat Pack, Gary Williams returns for crooning classics and sing-alongs, in a show described by the Evening Standard as “the jolliest sleigh ride in town”.