Tag Archives: Crazy Coqs

Being Yourself on Stage -an interview with Ty Jeffries

One of the things people who sing cabaret find so daunting is the thought of being themselves onstage, especially engaging with the audience in patter, and for some even singing when not being in character can induce anxiety. Continue reading

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Lucy Dixon: Lulu’s Back in Town

Lucy Dixon is not an artist to stand still – neither artistically nor physically. Her work has moved from performing in musical theatre to French gypsy jazz, tap dancing, improvised percussion and much else. Having trained from childhood as a … Continue reading

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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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Liliane Montevecchi

“…deep-throated husky voice .. French accent still beguiles .. as much as her feline fascinating movement” Continue reading

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Natalie Douglas: The Nat Pack: Sammy & Nat & Stevie & Joe

“..subtle, from the heart and sophisticated” 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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David Scheel

Acclaimed Australian comic pianist David Scheel to appear at Crazy Coqs.

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