Phantom and Les Mis star John Owen-Jones is to appear in three concerts as part of the new season at Brasserie Zedel.
As part of the autumn-winter season Owen-Jones will perform on 10 December at 7pm and 9.15pm and 11 December at 7pm. Owen-Jones' past roles include Jean Valjean and the Phantom - a part which he starred as more times than any actor in the show's entire West End run.
Elsewhere in the season, Wicked star Suzie Mathers appears in a solo show for one night only on 5 November while Follies actress Janie Dee returns with two shows: Janie Dee: Off the Record and Janie Dee: At the BBC in October.
In November Dillie Keane will play eight final performances of her Drama Desk Award-winning solo cabaret show Hello Dillie!. In the rest of the cabaret line up, Ryan Molloy, Hal Cazalet, Dimitri Kleioris, Emmanuel Kojo and Rob Herron perform Gorgeous Guys and singer Lorna Dallas performs Home Again in October and November.
Zedel will also be featuring a series of new musicals produced specifically for The Crazy Coqs including The Dysfunctional Guide to Being a Third Wheel by Henry Roadnight and Adam Johnson (29-30 October) and Fiver by Alex James Ellison and Tom Lee (26 to 27 November).
As part of a series of intimate conversations, La Voix will talk to stars including Jennifer Saunders, Su Pollard and Harriet Thorpe, while Fenella Fielding will read excerpts of her biography. Anne Reid also returns with her show A Night at the Pictures.
January 2018 will see the London premiere of Dad's Army Radio Hour for a three week run. In the piece, two actors play 25 characters in a staging of the radio scripts, based on the original episodes from the TV sitcom.
- John Owen-Jones
- Janie Dee
- Crazy Coqs
- Anne Reid
- Jennifer Saunders
- Harriet Thorpe
- Emmanuel Kojo
- Brasserie Zedel
- Dillie Keane
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