Edith Piaf

Latest stories

5d
The Irish Times
Lisa Fingleton: When I came out to my parents, marriage never seemed possibleand dad jokes about golf. Rena’s sister Sylvie has translated the words of our
Lisa Fingleton: When I came out to my parents, marriage never seemed possible
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
and dad jokes about golf. Rena’s sister Sylvie has translated the words of our campaign anthem, Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien by Edith Piaf. We all sing and dance and celebrate love and people power. November 26th We are signing the marriage register in... Read more
8d
The Irish Times
It’s Only the End of the World Cannes review: the festival’s largest disappointment so farwho, hiding quietly in the corner, knows more than those deeper within the batt
It’s Only the End of the World Cannes review: the festival’s largest disappointment so far
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
who, hiding quietly in the corner, knows more than those deeper within the battles. Marion Cotillard (who once played Edith Piaf, remember) could hardly look less comfortable in the role if she had been asked to play it in snowshoes. The... Read more
11d
iol.co.za
#Cannes2016: Director ‘inspired’ Cotillardon Sunday and is one of 21 movies in competition for the Palme d'Or prize. Cot
#Cannes2016: Director ‘inspired’ Cotillard
iol.co.za / Posted 11 days ago
on Sunday and is one of 21 movies in competition for the Palme d'Or prize. Cotillard, who won an Oscar in 2008 for playing Edith Piaf in “La Vie en Rose”, says of Garcia: “I was very inspired by Nicole, she carries in her this fire, this passion,... Read more
12d
Channel NewsAsia
Interview: Cotillard inspired by director's "wildness" in Mal de Pierreson Sunday and is one of 21 movies in competition for the Palme d'Or prize. Cot
Interview: Cotillard inspired by director's "wildness" in Mal de Pierres
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 days ago
on Sunday and is one of 21 movies in competition for the Palme d'Or prize. Cotillard, who won an Oscar in 2008 for playing Edith Piaf in "La Vie en Rose", says of Garcia: "I was very inspired by Nicole, she carries in her this fire, this passion,... Read more
12d
Orlando Sentinel
Madeleine LeBeau, French actress who sang 'La Marseillaise' in 'Casablanca,' dies at 92a 1950 English drama starring Jean Simmons, a New York Times critic wrote that
Madeleine LeBeau, French actress who sang 'La Marseillaise' in 'Casablanca,' dies at 92
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
a 1950 English drama starring Jean Simmons, a New York Times critic wrote that LeBeau seemed "undecided whether to imitate Edith Piaf or storm the Bastille." She had a rare leading role in "The Sins of Madeleine" (1951), about a prostitute who... Read more
65 related stories
12d
The Register NorthJersey.com
'Casablanca' actress Madeleine LeBeau dies at 92a 1950 English drama starring Jean Simmons, a New York Times critic wrote that
'Casablanca' actress Madeleine LeBeau dies at 92
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 12 days ago
a 1950 English drama starring Jean Simmons, a New York Times critic wrote that LeBeau seemed "undecided whether to imitate Edith Piaf or storm the Bastille." She had a rare leading role in "The Sins of Madeleine" (1951), about a prostitute who... Read more
65 related stories
12d
Chicago Tribune
Madeleine LeBeau, French actress who sang 'La Marseillaise' in 'Casablanca,' dies at 92a 1950 English drama starring Jean Simmons, a New York Times critic wrote that
Madeleine LeBeau, French actress who sang 'La Marseillaise' in 'Casablanca,' dies at 92
Chicago Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
a 1950 English drama starring Jean Simmons, a New York Times critic wrote that LeBeau seemed "undecided whether to imitate Edith Piaf or storm the Bastille." She had a rare leading role in "The Sins of Madeleine" (1951), about a prostitute who... Read more
65 related stories
12d
Boston Globe
Madeleine LeBeau, 92, French actress who sang ‘La Marseillaise’ in ‘Casablanca’a 1950 English drama starring Jean Simmons, a New York Times critic wrote that
Madeleine LeBeau, 92, French actress who sang ‘La Marseillaise’ in ‘Casablanca’
Boston Globe / Posted 12 days ago
a 1950 English drama starring Jean Simmons, a New York Times critic wrote that LeBeau seemed ‘‘undecided whether to imitate Edith Piaf or storm the Bastille.’’ She had a rare leading role in ‘‘The Sins of Madeleine’’ (1951), about a prostitute who... Read more
65 related stories
13d
Manila Bulletin
Down curious streethas been stretched far and wide to erase all wrinkles, crow’s feet, and laugh l
Down curious street
Manila Bulletin / Posted 13 days ago
has been stretched far and wide to erase all wrinkles, crow’s feet, and laugh lines. You’re old when you don’t care about Edith Piaf and Maria Callas’s most beautiful “O mio babbino caro,” or what really happened during Martial Law in the... Read more
13d
Daily Telegraph
Forget Eurovision: 6 cities showcasing proper music this weekendAP/Fotolia) Paris What: The flamboyant French capital, where art and culture a
Forget Eurovision: 6 cities showcasing proper music this weekend
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
AP/Fotolia) Paris What: The flamboyant French capital, where art and culture are practically religions. Musical icon: Edith Piaf. The legendary cabaret chanteuse and torch-song artiste was born in Paris in 1915, and lived there almost all her... Read more
14d
New Haven Independent
Long Wharf Makes "Paris" Its Ownstar of My Paris: the music itself, written by the legendary 92-year-old Charle
Long Wharf Makes "Paris" Its Own
New Haven Independent / Posted 14 days ago
star of My Paris: the music itself, written by the legendary 92-year-old Charles Aznavour — whose collaborations range from Edith Piaf and Frank Sinatra to Bob Dylan and Josh Groban — and adapted by Jason Robert Brown. The music both immediately... Read more
16d
International Business Times
EU Referendum: Britain signed up to more than a free trade area in 1973 told his Cabinet that to console Macmillan, he put his hand on the Prime Minist
EU Referendum: Britain signed up to more than a free trade area in 1973
International Business Times / Posted 16 days ago
told his Cabinet that to console Macmillan, he put his hand on the Prime Minister's shoulder to "intone the words of the Edith Piaf song of the time, 'Ne pleurez pas, milord' (Don't cry, My Lord). In May 1967, Prime Minister Harold Wilson... Read more
17d
iol.co.za
Three’s a crowd-pleaseris longevity flexing its muscles and all three can attest to that. Linder and D
Three’s a crowd-pleaser
iol.co.za / Posted 17 days ago
is longevity flexing its muscles and all three can attest to that. Linder and De Pinna first performed together in Edith Piaf No Regrets in the ’70s, but those were the days when these seasons lasted for seven months. All kinds of things... Read more
18d
Herald Sun
21 Things On In VictoriaEXPOSING EDITH The stars have aligned for Michaela Burger and Greg Wain as the
21 Things On In Victoria
Herald Sun / Posted 18 days ago
EXPOSING EDITH The stars have aligned for Michaela Burger and Greg Wain as they take to the stage in the very venue that Edith Piaf sung 70 years ago. Fresh from a sold out run at Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Melba Spiegeltent, 35 Johnston St,... Read more
24d
Squawka
From Esteban Cambiasso to Ravel Morrison: the players who’ll be regretting their summer moveshis new side won the far less competitive Greek Super League title for the sixt
From Esteban Cambiasso to Ravel Morrison: the players who’ll be regretting their summer moves
Squawka / Posted 24 days ago
his new side won the far less competitive Greek Super League title for the sixth consecutive time. He won’t be signing Edith Piaf any time soon. But the 35-year-old’s regrettable summer move is also matched by others across Europe, with the... Read more
24d
The Aspen Times
Shakespeare in the Park returning with ‘As You Like It’this summer’s show, he’s mulling using soft-shoe dance and character-based musi
Shakespeare in the Park returning with ‘As You Like It’
The Aspen Times / Posted 24 days ago
this summer’s show, he’s mulling using soft-shoe dance and character-based music from the likes of Joe Cocker and Edith Piaf. Casting for “As You Like It” will begin with auditions May 22 in the Rio Grande Room. Rehearsals are scheduled... Read more
30d
The Mercury News
'Papa: Hemingway in Cuba' not worthy of its subjectdespair. The specter of Hemingway's suicide should haunt the film more fiercely
'Papa: Hemingway in Cuba' not worthy of its subject
The Mercury News / Posted 30 days ago
despair. The specter of Hemingway's suicide should haunt the film more fiercely. We see him caressing his gun, listening to Edith Piaf and reliving unseen horrors but there's not enough terror lurking beneath the brooding. Ribisi makes a... Read more
9 related stories
m
Nottingham Post
Meet the Nottingham pensioner who's the star of the UK's public pianos circuitof miles a year to show off his keyboard repertoire and ask for requests. Tues
Meet the Nottingham pensioner who's the star of the UK's public pianos circuit
Nottingham Post / Posted 1 months ago
of miles a year to show off his keyboard repertoire and ask for requests. Tuesday? It could be St Pancras again, with some Edith Piaf. Thursday? Maybe Brighton and the jaunty march Sussex by the Sea. It all started at the age of 10. "My sister... Read more

People in this news