West End star Tiffany Graves will be performing her new solo cabaret show Let’s Do It! at London’s Crazy Coqs for two nights next month.
The actress/singer, whose show at St James Theatre Studio last year was nominated for the Best Musical Cabaret Show of 2015 at the MyTheatreMates.com awards, will return to the cabaret circuit after finishing a successful run in Opera North’s production of Kiss Me, Kate.
Let’s Do It! will feature Graves accompanied by musical director Leigh Thompson in two nights of theatrical tales and performances of new arrangements of musical classics from Cy Coleman, Kander and Ebb and Rodgers and Hart, as well as new material fresh from Broadway.
Special guest appearances are to be confirmed for the shows at the Piccadilly venue on 11 and 18 April.
The show marks a Crazy Coqs return for Graves who previously brought her show When You Got It, Flaunt It! to the venue last October, following her success in the UK tour of The Producers.
Graves’ West End credits include starring roles in Chicago, Sweet Charity, The Witches of Eastwick and We Will Rock You.
Chatting to Musical Theatre Review, Tiffany said: “I’m so looking forward to returning to The Crazy Coqs again in April – it’s such a wonderful venue, so intimate and classy. It’ll be six months since I was last there and I’m delighted they’ve asked me back.
“I love to involve the crowd as much as possible. This time round I’ve put out an open call for song requests on Twitter (@CabaretDivas) – and will try to incorporate as many as possible. I’m a huge fan of Kander and Ebb, Rodgers and Hart and Cy Colman, so there’ll be plenty of my favourite songs in there too.
“I spent the last few months of last year with Opera North, as Lois/Bianca in Cole Porter’s Kiss Me, Kate – playing opposite the gorgeous Ashley Day. And he’ll be joining me for one of my guest spots.
“I look forward to seeing Musical Theatre Review readers there for a great night and a glass of bubbles after the show!”
* Tiffany Graves brings Let’s Do It! to The Crazy Coqs on 11 and 18 April.