A multi-award winning musician will take her take on Edith Piaf to Whitehaven this weekend.

Charlotte Bovill's show, Piaf, visits the Rosehill Theatre on Saturday (9th) evening. The show is both a personal narrative and a powerful musical homage to one of France’s most endearing icons.

A songwriter in her own right, Christine has toured throughout Europe with her self-penned homage to the Little Sparrow, appearing on BBC News, ITV and on BBC Radio 4’s series Soul Music. During her sold-out run at the famous Spiegeltent, as part of the 2012 Edinburgh Festival, Christine realised a lifelong dream when she shared the stage with Charles Dumont, a great friend of Piaf and, most famously, composer of 'Non, Je ne Regrette Rien'.

The performer's take on the French icon has received a number of plaudits, with the Sunday Times calling her performance "something that will stay with you for the rest of your life" and Fest Mag saying: "Bovill's incarnation of Piaf is too astonishingly perfect. Her voice tails off delicately like a spider's thread to devastating effect".

General admission tickets for the show cost £26, and under-26s can get in for £10. Tickets are still available through the Rosehill Theatre's website.