Frances Ruffelle, Christine Pedi and More Will Headline London's Crazy Coqs

News   Frances Ruffelle, Christine Pedi and More Will Headline London's Crazy Coqs
 
London's Crazy Coqs cabaret room, located within Brasserie Zedel restaurant off Piccadilly Circus, is to host runs by Tony winner Frances Ruffelle, New York's Christine Pedi and veteran actress Anne Reid during October.

Other artists appearing include Charlie Bicknell and Grammy nominated American pianist and vocalist Judy Carmichael.



Ruffelle will appear Oct. 13-17, with a brand-new show to celebrate the launch of her new album "I Say Yeh Yeh." Ruffelle originated the role of Eponine in the original London and Broadway productions of Les MIserables, winning a Tony Award for her performance. She has also appeared in the original London productions of Starlight Express and Children of Eden.


Pedi will appear Oct. 20-24. She has recently appeared in the Off-Broadway satirical revue Newsical The Musical, and is best known for her regular appearances in Forbidden Broadway, including New York and the West End. Broadway appearances include Chicago, Talk Radio and Little Me. She is a regular host on SiriusXM Radio's Broadway channel.

Reid will appear Oct. 27-31, accompanied by musical director Jason Carr. In an extensive career on stage and screen, her roles include starring in the film "The Mother" opposite Daniel Craig; she has also appeared in musicals like Into the Woods, Out of this World and A Little Night Music.



To book tickets and for further details, visit https://www.brasseriezedel.com/crazy-coqs.

Here is a video of Pedi paying tribute to the late John Lennon, doing her impression of 22 Broadway and pop divas singing Lennon & McCarney tunes:

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