Crazy Coqs, Soho’s unique live entertainment venue within the Brasserie Zédel complex, announces the re-opening of the venue on 17 May 2021 – pending further government announcements – with a full programme from 17 May – 30 June 2021, offering both live shows and simultaneous live streams for audiences who cannot make it to the venue in-person. Live-streamed shows will be confirmed in April.
The annual Joe Stilgoe + Friends (including Hadley Fraser, The Puppini Sisters, Le Gateau Chocolat), Clare Teal & Jason Robello, Paul Potts, Marisha Wallace, Ria Jones, Grace Dent, Dillie Keane, Ian Shaw and Jay Rayner all feature in this new season.
Live streams already on sale prior to the re-opening of the venues include Giles Terera in Black Matter (24 March – 1 April), Nerina Pallot (26 March), Benjamin Scheuer’s Songwriter Sessions (6 April), David Soul in the Poetry & Passion of Pablo Neruda (April 21-28) and Ute Lemper’s Rendezvous with Marlene (4 – 11 April).
The live shows from 17 May will be performed to a reduced capacity with a socially distanced seating plan, where the front row is at least 2m from the stage, and all tables are at least 1m apart. There will be only three performers on stage to maintain social distancing. Customers will be invited to purchase tables, rather than individual tickets, to comply with the ‘reduced social bubble’ government advice. Current government guidelines suggest that the venue may revert to full capacity (80 seats) from 21 June but shows will be sold at reduced capacity until guidelines confirm the end to social distancing restrictions.
For more information on what Health and Safety measures Crazy Coqs are implementing to make your visit as safe as possible, please visit the Brasserie Zédel website.