PIAF by Pam Gems
Reviving Edith Piaf’s Story on the Centenary of her Birth
Following the success at the Brighton Fringe 2015, Pam Gems’ PIAF, directed by Jari Laakso, has its much anticipated return to the London stage to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of France’s most loved cultural icon, Édith Piaf.
On the streets of 1930s Paris, a young woman sings for passers by. Thirty years later, the same woman’s death draws tens of thousands of mourners on to the city’s streets, brings traffic to a halt, and leaves a legacy of music that remains strong to this day.
What lies in the time between, is the incredible true story of Édith Piaf, ‘the little sparrow’. PIAF unveils the spectacular and turbulent world of the legendary singer, incorporating live performance of her timeless music to tell her tale from sensational rise to devastating fall.
**** “A theatrical treat” BritishTheatre.com
“Cameron Leigh is outstanding in the central role” The Stage
**** "It had the audience on their feet" West End Wilma
"Leigh’s vocals are stupendous reaching the heights that some singers can only dream of...’ Love London Love Culture
**** "a tour-de-force of energy, mesmerising...Piaf should not be missed!" Plays to See
“Cameron Leigh’s Piaf is as vocally close as one can get." Theatreworld
**** “This is a captivating production that deserves to be seen" Reviews Hub
"Leigh delivers in a frighteningly evocative way" Broadwayworld
**** "I don’t think it is possible to heap enough praise on Cameron Leigh for her portrayal of Piaf" London Theatre 1
Running time2 hours 25 minutes including an interval
Performance dates1st December 2015 – 9th January 2016
Age Guidance: 16+ Warning: This production occasionally contains strong language and sexual references, which may be unsuitable for children.
Venue InformationCharing Cross Theatre(formerly New Players Theatre), The Arches, Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NG
Special OfferPiaf Ticket Offer Details
£7.00 OFF on Band A seats on all performances! BAND A ONLY £22.50. Offer valid until 9 January