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Exposing Edith

When:

Mon 7 Mar 2016, 7:00pm–8:00pm

Where: Garden of Unearthly Delights, Kadlitpinna Park, East Terrace, Adelaide CBD, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $35.00
  • Concession: $30.00
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Direct from the Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2015, this breathtaking cabaret celebrates the life of the greatest French singer of all time, Edith Piaf, 100 years since her birth - her loves, soul and songs. The Age describes Burger as a "blazing life force in her evocation of Edith Piaf" and Rip it Up wrote "absolutely stunning and possibly the closest you'll get to Piaf in this day and age".

Created and performed by Michaela Burger [vocals] and Greg Wain [guitar] and directed by Shona Benson, Exposing Edith is a stunning mix of authentic, vintage French pop and contemporary sounds. Having explored the undertones of Piaf's vocals and lyrics, Burger and Wain have created their own unique interpretations of Piaf’s work, with voice and acoustic guitar and the subtle use of loop, delay and effect pedals.

Dubbed as Australia’s very own ‘little sparrow’, amongst other appearances the show has been selected for the 2015 Auckland Cabaret Festival, 2015 Archibald Prize, Ballarat, and the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015.

Libbi Gorr, ABC Melbourne called it "Sublime", GlamAdelaide said it was "more than worthy of the standing ovation it received". This is an unforgettable show not to be missed.