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Exposing Edith

24th July 2019, 9.30pm

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Exposing Edith is a breathtaking cabaret tale about the greatest French singer of all time, Edith Piaf.

Experience the legendary French icon's life, loves and losses through the songs that shot her to stardom such as 'La Vie En Rose' and 'Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien' alongside lesser-known gems, all interlinked with an extraordinary collection of touching stories of the singer's life as recounted by Burger, who takes on a multitude of key characters, from Edith’s half-sister Momone to Edith Piaf herself.

Created and performed by Helpmann Award-nominated cabaret artists Michaela Burger (vocals) and Greg Wain (guitar), Exposing Edith is a stunning mix of masterful storytelling, authentic vintage French pop and contemporary sounds, all performed live using voice, acoustic guitar and the subtle use of effect pedals. Experience the legendary French icon's life, loves and losses through the songs that shot her to stardom such as 'La Vie En Rose' and 'Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien' alongside lesser-known gems, all interlinked with an extraordinary collection of touching stories of the singer's life as recounted by Burger.

Exposing Edith was awarded Best Cabaret at the 2016 Adelaide Fringe Festival and nominated for the Cabaret Award at Fringe World 2016.

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Presented by: BURGER&WAIN in association with SQUARESUMS&CO
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Tickets from £17.00 (includes £1.50 in fees per ticket)

Venue: Underbelly Festival Southbank
Duration: 75 minutes

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