Grown men wept

Originally published 22 August 2012 at

PIAF – 22-25 August, 8pm, The Famous Spiegeltent

It’s not often you see something happen during a performance that turns it from being the merely spectacular into the unforgettable, but Tuesday night’s audience at the Spiegeltent in George Street for PIAF witnessed something quite extraordinary.


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How can it be 2010 when I just saw Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor live in Edinburgh?

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