With his usual frankness, his glibness, his generosity and his bad faith, Yann Guillarme offers us a new, more personal show...
I live in Paris. I'm not allowed to drink beer at the kid's party anymore. My niece is now intolerant to soya milk and oats.
My neighbour is queer in the morning and pansexual on Tuesdays and has always dreamt of being a curtain man. You have to be careful what you eat, what you say, not to get angry or yell or fight, yada yada...
Progress? Regression? I don't have an answer, but this is my new daily life, me, a provincial forty-year-old. With his usual frankness, his glibness, his generosity, his bad faith, Yann Guillarme offers us a new, more personal show about his fear of fairs and gypsies, about drugs and Epicure, about lgbtuvwxyz and masked avengers, about fat people and racism, in short, a whole host of sketches and stand ups that are not very "woke".
With the success of the Caradec, Migros, Bible and Baffeur sketches, Yann Guillarme has made a name for himself on the comedy and media scene with his columns on Rire et Chansons, his sketches at the Montreux festival and his videos on Instagram.
Author : Yann Guillarme
Artist : Yann Guillarme