Amanda McBroom and George Ball

"McBroom is a true cabaret original, a singer-songwriter, sometimes witty, sometimes confessional… her residency at The Crazy Coqs is simply unmissable". The Times
"A most rewarding evening that could be said to define the art of cabaret." Classical Source
"Amanda McBroom is a different kind of triple threat - she can write, she can sing and she can entertain and this is not always the case with great songwriters."

The American International cabaret performer and writer of the hit song The Rose, Amanda McBroom and her husband George Ball, stars of Broadway show Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, present their show SOME ENCHANTED EVENING, full of musical romance for grown ups with songs of love, lust, loss, cherished dreams and wisdom by such illustrious songwriters as Cole Porter, Jacques Brel, Kurt Weill, Stephen Sondheim, and of course, McBroom herself.

What distinguishes McBroom from her contemporaries is her talent for writing exceptional songs that are flush with feelings and are witty and profound. Never over-the-top, her work seethes with a passion that is artfully funneled into music and lyrics revealed so well in her two most popular songs The Rose and Errol Flynn which McBroom wrote about her father, the actor David Bruce who worked with Flynn and Gary Cooper.

Musical Director - Michele Brourman


Before and during the shows, cocktails, wines, champagnes and snacks are available. We would also encourage you to enjoy a meal in the Brasserie before or after a performance.


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