In September Brassiere Zedel at Crazy Coqs in Soho will be relaunched with programming being taken over by United Agents. The new season will begin with an official partnership with The Philharmonia Orchestra alongside the Southbank Centre and US composer Scott Alan as Artistic Director In Residence.
Some of the first artists to be featured Live At Zédel include Julie Atherton, Carley Stenson & Matt Cardle. Scott Alan's varied programme includes intimate pre-show ‘coq-tails and Conversations’ from Mark Shenton with nights from West End stars Julie Atherton and Simon Lipkin as well as performances from performers including Carly Stenson, Oliver Tompsett and Lucie Jones.
Live At Zédel will host a number of spoken word evenings with some of London’s "most witty and entertaining" speakers and a monthly comedy night as well as offering a food-themed week of entertainment in the Crazy Coqs featuring Grace Dent, Jay Rayner and Gizzie Erskine and a comedy season including Katherine Ryan and Doc Brown. Other names taking part in the Autumn relaunch include Maria Friedman, West End Frame Award winner Matt Cardle, Clare Teal & DENIM.
The collaboration between Corbin and King and United Agents, means that Live At Zédel will be the first time a classical orchestra is affiliated with a West End venue, the programme includes a series of monthly intimate concerts in the Crazy Coqs, culminating in a one-off performance with a 23-piece line-up in the main Brasserie Space in early 2017.
Tickets and full programme details will be available soon,