‘I Sing Piaf’ Is Bringing France To Feast Festival
The humorous contrast of Australian and French language and culture returns.
The inspiring lesbian couple behind the hilarious Cabaret I Sing Piaf! are returning to this year’s Adelaide Feast Festival.
This heartfelt comedy was inspired by the experiences Georgia Darcy and wife Louise Lawson had while touring their first successful cabaret, Georgia with a G, in 2014.
Louise wrote I Sing Piaf! incorporating the influence of performing their show in France had on their perspective of Australian life.
Georgia stated, “Coupling French tunes with our Australian colloquialisms about our adventures in France will keep the Feast crowd thoroughly entertained.”
Described as a humorous contrast of Australian and French language and culture, I Sing Piaf! explores the power of the arts and the importance of remaining connected to each other and history.
Georgia has also spoken about the inspiration she draws from the iconic French star Edith Piaf. She says, “her poise and passion despite a difficult life and the authentic gift of her true self is why she was an international sensation.”
Louise asks, “And who wouldn’t want to be transported to France while remaining comfortably in their Adelaide seats?”
Come along with this inspiring lesbian couple to sunny France for a music-filled comedy and cross-cultural journey that wonders what it means to be an Australian.
Feast Festival runs from the 21st of October to 6th November 2016, celebrating Queer Art and Culture.
When: Friday 4th November, 7PM
Where: 54 Hyde Street, Adelaide, 5000
Tickets: $15/Concession, $20/Full Price Available here