The Menier Chocolate Factory's smash hit production of Travesties is the first London revival in over 20 years, directed by Patrick Marber and starring Tom Hollander. Now playing at the Apollo Theatre for a limited run.
Tom Stoppard's dazzling comedy of art, love and revolution features James Joyce, Tristan Tzara and Lenin as remembered - and misremembered - by Henry Carr, a minor British diplomat in Zurich 1917.
Enjoy a three-course Formule Menu including wine, coffee and a ticket to Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932 for £32*
See one of the most momentous periods in modern world history through the lens of its ground-breaking art. Taking inspiration from a remarkable exhibition shown in Russia just before Stalin's clampdown, the RA brings together works by Kandinsky, Malevich, Chagall and more, to focus on a time when Russian art flourished across every medium.
One hundred years on, this range of photography and film, propaganda posters and everyday items like ration coupons and textiles captures both the idealistic aspirations and harsh reality of revolutionary and post-revolutionary Russia.
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.Read more
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.Read more
Launching in September 2016, Live At Zédel, produced in partnership with United Agents, will bring together all art forms in one extraordinary building, featuring music, theatre, comedy and literary events.
This March - Live At Zédel brings you an 8-day extravaganza of French culture - a feast of music, opera, theatre and comedy with shows in French, English or both.
This, of course, is the type of festival Monsieur Zédel actively encourages in his establishment. He has gone all out, offering Francophiles the option to dine in the brasserie (before or after) their shot of French culture in Crazy Coqs.