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Monsieur Zedel enjoys his Late Night Music

Monday-Saturday, from 9.30pm -11.30pm

Late Night Music

Our swinging house bands play six nights a week from 9.30pm -11.30pm whilst you dine. There is no extra charge levied for music.

See The Comedy About A Bank Robbery and Dine

One giant diamond. Six incompetent crooks. And a security guard asleep on the job. What could possibly go right?

Plotted by and starring the masterminds of the Mischief Theatre Company who were behind the 2015 Olivier award-winning Best New Comedy "The Play That Goes Wrong" and "Peter Pan Goes Wrong". Prepare to be entertained by their unique brand of humour in this hilarious new show at the Criterion Theatre.

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Takeover the Brasserie

Join us on the 30th of July as we invite The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to takeover the brasserie for our second classical concert of 2017.

Surrounded by guests in the middle of our art deco dining room, the UK's most renowned large ensemble will perform pieces by Mozart, Puccini and Bach to name just a few.

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Bastille Day À Brasserie Zédel

Celebrate 14th July with Brasserie Zédel. Join us from 5.30pm onwards in a stripy blue & white Breton top and a beret (moustache optional) to enjoy a complimentary three-course menu with wine and coffee.

We are now fully booked. Walk-in tables will be available on the night, although there may be a short wait.

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See 'An American in Paris' and Dine in Soho

For £85, enjoy a performance of the Tony® Award-winning 'An American in Paris' at the Dominion Theatre and a 3-course Menu Formule, with a glass of wine, water and coffee and the choice of a French Martini or glass of crémant

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Love in Idleness & Dine

Following a sold out run at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Terence Rattigan's brilliant comedy Love in Idleness transfers to the Apollo Theatre for 50 performances only.

Returning from Canada after a four-year absence during the war, eighteen-year-old Michael is full of youthful ideology and leftist leanings. But he is shocked to find his widowed mother Olivia is now the mistress of cabinet minister Sir John Fletcher, enjoying a comfortable society life. When Michael and John clash, sparks fly and relationships are tested as everyone learns some difficult lessons in love.

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