Thursday, September 27

Clive Rowe in Cabaret

Award-winning musical star Clive Rowe brings his one-man cabaret show to new cabaret /jazz room The Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zedel in Sherwood Street, Piccadilly from October 15th-20th.

Clive's show Rose’s Front Stalls Bar is about his career from his first job working front of house at the Adelphi Theatre in London to his rise in fame and leading theatre roles. His shows are dedicated to a cockney theatre barmaid called Rose who loved to hear Clive sing.

Clive tells his story through familiar classic songs by Gershwin, Cole Porter, Steven Sondheim, Jason Robert Brown and many more. 

Since his first role whilst at drama school when he won the part of Dink in the Sheffield Crucible production of Carmen Jones, Clive has gone on to feature in acclaimed productions of Company, Carousel, Lady Be Good, Candide, Chicago and many others.

He is best known for his role as Nicely Nicely Johnson in the National's revival of Guys and Dolls, for which he won the 1997 Olivier for Best Supporting Performance in a Musical. Clive has also appeared in plays such as Money, Measure for Measure, Twelfth Night, The Mystery Plays, School for Scandal, Trackers and The Lady Killers.

He recently performed in  Kiss Me Kate at the Chichester Festival Theatre and after his week at Crazy Coqs will be rejoining the show when it opens at the Old Vic in London.

The Crazy Coqs is a unique and intimate cabaret venue in an exquisite Art Deco setting, which was formally part of the Regent Palace Hotel.  It has now been immaculately recreated from the original architectural drawings by restaurateurs Jeremy King and Chris Corbin.

Tickets: £20 Reservations: Telephone:  020 7 734 4888 Website:

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