When you think ‘French’, delicate macaroons, impeccable style and that accent are amongst the first things to come to mind. But this March, Brassiere Zédel have bought France to you, without even a mention of the Eiffel Tower nor a whiff of that Eurostar ticket. Teaming up with Live at Zédel, Brassiere Zédel will host an eight day extravaganza of French culture, filled with food, music and live performances.
Many shows will grace the stage of the Crazy Coqs, including Les Siestes Acoustiques de Bastian Lallement, inviting you to enjoy music and spoken word, whilst you doze on the floor – it’s a BYOP affair (bring your own pillow). Marcel Lucont’s Cabaret Fantastique, the international cult hit cabaret will have you singing and dancing along, and Lucy Hopkins’ character theatre merges high art and comedy, with many more performances to choose from. But that’s not all. To continue the celebrations, Brassiere Zédel are offering all Francophiles a dinner and show option, before or after you’ve had your fill of fabulous French fanfare.
With a very French (what else?) offering, the elegant menu comprises of three courses, including creamy céleri rémoulade, rich bœuf bourguignon and a decadent ile flottante, the famous ‘floating Island’ dessert. No doubt you’ll leave feeling that distinct joie de vivre.
French Fest, Live At Zédel runs 5th March – 11th March. Reservations are a must, and dinner reservations must be made separately by calling 020 7734 4888 and quoting ‘Live At Zédel offer’.