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The Vintage Guide To London | February 20, 2018

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Fitzrovia Radio Hour's 5th birthday show

Fitzrovia Radio Hour

The Fitzrovia Radio Hour is five years old – and now, after two sensational runs in the West End, a fizzing national tour, and three sold-out appearances at the Edinburgh Festival they return to London to present a special 5th Birthday Show at The Crazy Coqs!

The Fitzrovia Radio Hour pays homage to the Forties and the golden age of radio, lovingly satirising the dated attitudes of post-war Britain. From costume to performance to props, audiences are transported to the Fitzrovian universe and their own wonderful creation of how a commercial radio set-up from the era might have looked

Expect three favourite thrilling stories, all delightfully reminiscent of ration-book Britain!

– Back in the ring for the woman he loves, can ageing boxer Ted Miller pull off one final victory? It’s… The Champion!

– A deadly secret. A haunted house. A tale of the darkest Fitzrovian horror! Can you hear…
The Patter of Feet?

– Can an international gang of thieves pull of the crime of the century? Coq a snook at those damnable Frenchies as we remember… The Day They Stole The Eiffel Tower!

Fitzrovia Radio Hour’s 5th birthday show
Wednesday 29th May to Saturday 1st June 2013
7.30pm (doors open 6.30pm)

The Crazy Coqs
Brasserie Zedel
20 Sherwood Street
London W1F 7ED (one minute walk from Piccadilly Circus Tube)

Tickets: £15 or  on the door or from the Brasserie Zedel box office