ReUnited Festival of concerts announced for Crazy Coqs this August

ReUnited Festival will present a series of concerts at Crazy Coqs this August.

Produced by SMC Productions in association Crazy Coqs, talent from the worlds of music, theatre, cabaret and comedy will make the line up of shows that run between 7 – 9 and 14 – 17 August.

Tickets are on sale now for the events from the Crazy Coqs website here.

See the full line up of concerts below:

Saturday 7 August, 3PM – Ailsa Davidson – 27 and A Half

Saturday 7 August, 7PM – Hannah Stratton: Shamrock Shenanigans

Sunday 8 August, 3PM – Back To Black – Maisey Bawden

Sunday 8 August, 7PM – Lisa-Marie Holmes – The Streisand Version

Monday 9 August, 7PM – An Evening with KAELI (Kayleigh McKnight)

Monday 9 August, 9PM – Mother: Colleagues

Saturday 14 August, 3PM – Lauren James-Ray – The Sirens of Song

Saturday 14 August, 7PM – An Evening with Michael Mather

Sunday 15 August, 3PM – An Afternoon with Lewis Cornay

Sunday 15 August, 7PM – I Sing Because I’m Happy! – Nicholas McLean

Monday 16 August, 7PM – Let’s Go to The Movies! – Kelly Agbowu

Monday 16 August, 9PM – Sejal Keshwala and Hiba Elchikhe – Don’t Make A Scene

Tuesday 17 August, 7pm & 9PM – Joel Harper-Jackson Live in Concert

Producer Shaun McCourt said: “I am so excited to be producing ReUnited at Crazy Coqs. After the chaotic year we have all just lived through, I can’t wait to reunite these amazingly talented performers with their peers and audiences alike.

“Like everyone, I have been so saddened by the decimation of our industry, so am delighted to create a festival of work that gets our performers back on stage where they belong! Crazy Coqs is the perfect venue for this intimate festival and I am thrilled to be working alongside their amazing team who have been pioneers in this turbulent time.”

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.