Tag Archives: Amanda McBroom

Amanda McBroom: Up Close and Personal

 Amanda McBroom makes a welcome return to Crazy Coqs with another of her shows Up Close and Personal. The inspiration for this latest creation came from Marie Kondo’s book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering … Continue reading

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Amanda McBroom: Noir – Songs of Love

Another eloquent and stimulating evening from Amanda McBroom – this time on a new theme of film noir.

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Michele Brourman: LOVE AND TAKE-OUT: AN EVENING OF ORIGINAL SONGS

Michele Brourman, MD to Amanda McBroom and many others, is a singer-songwriter in her own right.  She made her London debut at Crazy Coqs in her own show Love And Take-Out. Read my interview and review here.

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Erv Raible: A Personal Obituary

An important man in the cabaret world, Erv Raible, has died, aged 68, after struggling with a long illness. Fiona-Jane Weston remembers him in this obituary.

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Amanda McBroom: ‘Let’s Fall In Love’

Amanda McBroom is sexy, funny and deeply moving at The Crazy Coqs. Her own compositions, which include the huge Bette Midler hit ‘The Rose’ and ‘Errol Flynn’ are both heart-felt and profound. Read my full review here.

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