Preview: Live At Zédel, Soho, London

Daniel Wren

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Daniel Wren

Live At Zédel, which hits Soho in September, is an excitined new live entertainment concept produced in
partnership with United Agents.

Live At Zédel will bring together music, theatre, comedy and literary events in one building with a multi-disciplinary programme and an inclusive entertainment space for discerning and curious culture-lovers.

Live At Zédel will occupy both the Brasserie and Crazy Coqs spaces within the Zédel building, and will include acts as diverse as Doc Brown, Grayson Perry and the Philharmonia Orchestra.

Brasserie Zédel, situated on the former site of the Regent Palace Hotel, features a historic Beaux Arts interior, bringing the style and atmosphere of a grand Parisian brasserie to the heart of London. Across the hall from the main Brasserie, lies The Crazy Coqs, an intimate and characterful venue.

Live At Zédel will be a thoroughly immersive experience, using every corner of the space to provide intimate gigs, one-man shows and late night jazz in the Crazy Coqs to live quartets, acoustic sessions and full orchestra’s in Brasserie Zédel.

For more information, visit brasseriezedel.com/crazy-coqs.