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Pam Gems’ PIAF to transfer to Charing Cross Theatre

Pam Gems Piaf Poster‘LITTLE SPARROW’ PIAF FLIES AGAIN!
Acclaimed production celebrating the 100th anniversary of iconic French singer Edith Piaf’s birth is to transfer to Charing Cross Theatre. Following acclaimed runs at both the Brighton Fringe and at the Bridewell Theatre, Pam Gems’ Piaf, is to transfer to Charing Cross Theatre for a 5-week season from Tuesday, 1st December, 2015

This new production of the celebrated play features Edith Piaf’s most famous songs, including La Vie En Rose, Millord and Piaf’s signature tune Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien. It celebrates the 100th anniversary of her birthday on Saturday, 19 December, 2015.

PIAF
by PAM GEMS
Legendary French chanteuse Edith Piaf was dubbed the “little sparrow”. Her life took her from the streets of Paris to Carnegie Hall in an extraordinary rise to fame. But it was to prove to be a whirlwind of success and tragedy.  A life lived without regret, she died at the age of 47 in 1963. Piaf vividly captures the glamour and squalor, the rise and fall of the complex, fragile, and enigmatic performer, who continues to be remembered and revered today for her exceptional voice and extraordinary life.

Performances:
Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm
Wednesday and Thursday at 2.30pm
Saturday at 3.00pm
Christmas and New Year schedule is as follows:
21 December 7.30pm
22 December 7.30pm
23 December 3.00pm
23 December 7.30pm
24 December 3.00pm
26 December 3.00pm
26 December 7.30pm
27 December 3.00pm
28 December 7.30pm
29 December 7.30pm
30 December 3.00pm
30 December 7.30pm
01 January 3.00pm
01 January 7.30pm
02 January 3.00pm
02 January 7.30pm
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