Live At Zédel, launched in September 2016 and produced in partnership with United Agents, will bring together all art forms in one extraordinary building, featuring music, theatre, comedy and literary events.
Utilising both the Brasserie and Crazy Coqs spaces within the Zédel building, Live At Zédel’s programme features acts as diverse as Doc Brown, Grayson Perry and the Philharmonia Orchestra, and will merge up-and-coming talent with established acts, fusing genres and bringing a new energy to Soho’s nightlife scene.
Seasonal programmes curated by well-known names from the worlds of art, literature and fashion will be a feature of the new events calendar:
The internationally acclaimed songwriter Scott Alan has been appointed Artistic Director in Residence for the Autumn 2016 season, and his musical theatre segment of the programme will include Shoshana Bean, Rachel Tucker, and Julie Atherton, amongst others.
Forming part of Corbin and King’s London portfolio, which includes restaurants such as The Wolseley and The Delaunay, Brasserie Zédel is situated on the former site of the Regent Palace Hotel. With a historic Beaux Arts interior, Brasserie Zédel has transported the style and atmosphere of a grand Parisian brasserie to the heart of London. Tucked away across the hall from the main Brasserie lies one of London’s most intimate and characterful venues, The Crazy Coqs. Live At Zédel will make use of all the main spaces in the building every night of the week, from 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.