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Tag Archives: Edith Piaf

Archive Interview • JAMIE LLOYD • Piaf @ Vaudeville Theatre

  “I have always been passionate about Elena Roger,” enthuses Jamie Lloyd, director of Pam Gems’s classic bio-musical Piaf which has transferred so successfully to the Vaudeville Theatre stage. “I was assistant … Continue reading


Piaf and Cocteau: Les Enfants Terribles | A R T L▼R K

When I write I disturb. When I make a film I disturb. When I paint I disturb. When I exhibit my paintings I disturb, and I disturb if I don’t. … Continue reading

10/11/2017 · 2 Comments

Paris Between the Wars – “A” is for Raymond Asso | Martha Reynolds Writes

Between 1919 and 1939, Paris experienced a cultural and intellectual boom. This blog will feature artists, writers, composers, musicians, and designers. Paris was at its cultural peak. Born in Nice… … Continue reading

04/03/2016 · Leave a comment

Édith Piaf in 1962 • Chanteuse Extraordinaire • Centenary

In remembrance of the matchless Édith Piaf — ‘Le Petit Oiseau’ or ‘The Little Sparrow — who was born on this day in 1915. Édith Piaf [19 December 1915 – 11 October … Continue reading

12/19/2015 · Leave a comment

Archive Review • PIAF • Donmar Warehouse • 2008

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Édith Piaf’s birth, here is R&V’s review of the Donmar Warehouse production of Pam Gems’ play, produced in 2008 with Argentinian actress Elena Roger. There … Continue reading

08/10/2015 · 2 Comments