To celebrate the festival season this Christmas, a cabaret, satire comedy and musical comedy backed by a live jazz trio will take place at Crazy Coqs at Live At Zedels in Piccadilly on December 20.
Melinda Hughes is joined on stage by one of London’s leading cabaret entertainers, Lenny Beige, the comedy creation of Steve Furst, in their hilarious show Mel & Lenny’s Christmas Ding Dong.
Steve Furst has enjoyed a long and illustrious career as an actor and comedian, with appearances on BBC’s Little Britain with Matt Lucas and David Walliams, ITV1’s The Bill, Doc Martin, and Manhunt.
Steve also works under the name Lenny Beige and has had two series on BBC called Lenny Beige’s Variety Pack with guests including Terry Wogan, Davina McCall, Claudia Winkleman, Tony Hadley and Chas and Dave.
Melinda has performed internationally both as a solo artist and while performing as a soloist with the Andre Rieu Strauss Orchestra, and has two albums to her name, Smoke & Noise and Weimar & Back.
Melinda will entertain audiences with an eclectic evening of up-to-the-minute cabaret, satire comedy and musical comedy backed by a live jazz trio.
Melinda Hughes said: “I’m delighted to be returning to the Crazy Coqs after the huge success of my first two shows Off The Scale and Diva II Diva this Autumn with the wonderful Lenny Beige this December with our show, Mel and Lenny’s Christmas Ding Dong to perform some of my favourite satirical songs as well as brand new material.
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