PIAF @ Charing Cross Theatre










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.

**** “Theatrical treat” BritishTheatre.com
**** “Tour-de-force performance” LondonTheatre1
**** “Had the audience on their feet” West End Wilma

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 co-production between Gillian Tan, Blackwinged Creatives, Steven M. Levey & Sean Sweeney at the Charing Cross Theatre from 1 Dec 2015 to 2 Jan 2016.