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International singer Mandy Meadows presents Piaf: The Legend, a celebration of Edith Piaf’s extraordinary life and timeless songs. With performances in Europe garnering rave reviews, Piaf: The Legend has consistently sold out in theatres across the world and is now going on tour for the first time in NZ.
“Meadows belts out the Piaf classics with verve, style, oomph and a mesmerising musicality… an explosion of vibrant emotion-twanging excitement that grabs the audience by the heart-strings and delivers rapturous applause.” - 5-Stars, British Theatre.com
Piaf survived the death of her daughter at two years old, the murder of her mentor, the fatal plane crash of her married lover, the overdose of her mother – all while becoming one of the most iconic figures in French music.
Featuring dancers and a six-piece band with an authentic French sound, don’t miss Piaf: The Legend.
Saturday 19 August, 7:00pm to 8:20pm
Restrictions: All Ages
A Reserve $69.99
B Reserve $59.99
Toitoi - Opera House, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
101 Hastings Street South, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
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