Crazy Coqs

20 Questions: Sally Ann Triplett - 'My first job was riding an elephant in a circus'
By Editorial Staff
The West End star talks Eurovision, career highs and her new solo show
A few of my favourite things: Oppenheimer's Catherine Steadman
Ending our series of Favourite Things, Catherine's list includes Ghostbusters and Pillowman
Sincerely Noel (Crazy Coqs)
By Giles Cole
Alistair McGowan revisits his 2010 show paying tribute to Noel Coward
Michael Coveney: Summer treats with Noël Coward and seaside piers; RIP Peter Whelan
Our chief critic enjoys a leading Coward interpreter and reflects on the death of the writer of The Accrington Pals
Simon Green on his new cabaret show and working with Samuel L Jackson
By Editorial Staff
The musical theatre stalwart premieres his new cabaret show, So, This Then Is Life, at Crazy Coqs this week
Michael Coveney: Surprise moves by Anne Reid in cabaret, Tessa Ross at the National
Michael Coveney visited the Crazy Coqs to see Anne Reid, and also discusses the appointment of Tessa Ross as the National's new executive director
Michael Coveney: Annabel Leventon and Robert Meadmore shake up Crazy Coqs
Our chief critic enjoys a night of cabaret in the company of some familiar faces
Brief Encounter with... Frances Ruffelle
By Editorial Staff
Musical theatre star Frances Ruffelle originated the role of Eponine in Les Miserables, and her other stage credits include Starlight Express, Chicago and Piaf. She is performing her sold-out solo show Paris Original at the Crazy Coqs from 4-8 February