The cultural season of the Colisée de Chartres focuses on humor 2.0 for its launch

The cultural season of the Colisée de Chartres focuses on humor 2.0 for its launch
The cultural season of the Colisée de Chartres focuses on humor 2.0 for its launch

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Laurent REBOURS

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June 23, 2024 at 8:12 a.m.

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The Colisée, a large sports and cultural performance hall at Chartres Métropole in Chartres (Eure-et-Loir), opened in April 2024.

In terms of shows, the cultural season will begin in the best possible way on September 14, 2024, with Michel Polnareff. But this weekend will also give pride of place to the new generation of comedians the next day…

Five comedians for the inaugural weekend

Humor will indeed take place at the Coliseum during this inaugural weekend, since five comedians from the finest flower of humor 2.0 will be reunited the next day, Sunday September 15 : Gérémy Crédeville, Roman Doduik, Lola Dubini, Nordine Ganso, Nicolas Lacroix.

Gérémy Crédeville is an actor and columnist in The Original Bands on France Inter where his humor and his offbeat vision of current events are very appreciated by listeners. He appears on television and film in shows such as On Friday, everything is allowed or in the series Ten percent.

Roman Doduik, a rising star of French humor, has been performing on stage since 2016. It is especially on social networks that he gains notoriety. His videos are very successful on TikTok, the platform on which he brings together 2.9 million subscribers.

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Lola Dubini is a French singer, actress, comedian, comedian and YouTuber. She launched during season 4 of France has an unbelievable talentand continues her career on stage, on screen and on social networks where she shares her daily life, her
songs as well as his fight against fatphobia.

Nordine Ganso was already a finalist at the Paris humor festival in 2018. Since then, he has juggled humor columns on the radio and his show “ Violet », inspired by his own life. We could also see it in Young & Golri.

Nicolas Lacroix, Belgian comedian, registered during confinement on social networks and has since accumulated millions of views. He has since gone on stage and is on tour for his show ““ Too kind » until 2025.

█ Practical:
Sunday September 15, 2024. At 3:30 p.m., Comedy stage 2.0.
The Coliseum, rue Danièle-Casanova in Chartres.
Prices from 15 to 40 euros (cat 1: €40, cat 2: €30, under-25 rate: €15)
Reservations: Home – C’Chartres Ticket office from Friday June 21 at 1:30 p.m.
More information on the Coliseum website.

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