Jacques Brel: Une Vie A Mille Temps
  • Brighton Fringe

Born in Belgium in 1929, Brel became the 'Voice of Paris' during the 1950s and 60s, writing over 300 songs. This new work explores his relationship with the women in his life through his superlative songs.Brels blend of the highly personal and the delicately subversive won him many devoted admirers. He is regarded as one of the 20th century's most talented singer-songwriters, and his work inspired musicians such as David Bowie, Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen.