London's Crazy Coqs to Feature Amanda McBroom and Gregg Edelman
01 May 2013
London's Crazy Coqs, a cabaret room located within Brasserie Zedel next to Piccadilly Circus, will host appearances by U.S. theatre and cabaret stars Amanda McBroom and Gregg Edelman in June.
McBroom, the singer, songwriter and actress who is best known for writing Bette Midler's song "The Rose" and whose stage credits include Seesaw on Broadway and Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris Off-Broadway, will appear in her show Let's Fall in Love, beginning performances June 4, for a run through June 8. She has previously been seen in cabaret seasons in London at the now-shuttered Pizza on the Park.
Edelman, who was last seen on the Broadway stage in Roundabout's revival of The Mystery of Edwin Drood, will begin performances June 25 for a run through June 29. His extensive Broadway credits include A Tale of Two Cities, Wonderful Town, Into the Woods, 1776, Passion, Anna Karenina, Falsettos, City of Angels, Cabaret, Anything Goes, Les Miserables, Oliver! and Cats.
To book tickets, contact the box office on 020 7734 4888, or visit www.brasseriezedel.com/crazy-coqs for more details.
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