The Crazy Coqs – London’s Secret Cabaret Bar
We’re delighted to see that cabaret has found a new home in London in the divinely decadent surroundings of Brasserie Zédel’s ‘The Crazy Coqs’!
We think you should discover this intimate, Art Deco treasure for yourself – here are our top tips:
Entertainment Highlights include:
Fifty Shades of Gay: Paul L Martin at the Crazy Coqs | Until Saturday 25 August | £10
London’s best-loved musical comedy raconteur comes out of retirement for an exclusive two week engagement. Paul is joined on stage by his fabulous three-piece band.
Miss Hope Springs | Sundays until 23rd September | £10
Comedy cabaret chanteuse Miss Hope Springs (the ex-Vegas showgirl alter ego of award winning cabaret star, singer-songwriter, pianist and entertainer Mr.Ty Jeffries) is currently packing them in every Sunday evening at the Crazy Coqs Cabaret playing and singing her celebrated original songs live at the piano, accompanied by her musicians on double bass and percussion.
Cocktails are looking pretty spectacular and are affordable at £9.75:
BELLE ZÉDEL – Vodka, Crème de Myrtille, Rose Liqueur, Lemon Juice, Rhubarb Bitters, Egg White, Blueberries
No. 20 – Champagne, Cherry Heering, Lime Juice, Orgeat, Angostura Bitters
The full menu is available to peruse here
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