A Curve Production

Piaf

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Known to all as “Piaf”, the sparrow that rose from the streets of Paris to the international stage, Edith Gassion’s life and career is as unique as her extraordinary singing voice. Over one hundred thousand people brought Paris to a standstill on the occasion of her untimely death 50 years ago in 1963.

In this new production directed by Curve’s Artistic Director Paul Kerryson, Pam Gem’s play brings to life and celebrates the story of one of France’s greatest cultural icons. From street performer to worldwide fame, and including some of Piaf’s greatest songs, such as La Vie en Rose, Mon Dieui, Hymne d’amour, and Non, Je Ne Regrette, this mesmerising tale explores the sensational highs and lows of this enigmatic and world renowned artist who is revered and much loved to this day.

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Credits & Acknowledgments

Directed by PAUL KERRYSON
Written by PAM GEM

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