Jean-Marie Bigard during the Grande soiree de l'Humour Muet during the inauguration of the Paris Humor Festival at the theater des Feux de la Rampe, October 25, 2015. - SADAKA EDMOND / SIPA

There will be no audience in the room, but the spectators will still be numerous. On June 20, Jean-Marie Bigard will perform live on the stage of the Apollo in Paris, for a new show. "This confinement inspired me a lot and I decided to write a unique and unprecedented show with jokes, sketches and secrets about everything that happened," he explained in a video on his Facebook page. . The comedian therefore took up his pen for a show which should last around 45 minutes.

Sold at a price of 10 euros, the tickets are sold. According to Le Parisien , more than 2,000 seats of his streaming show have already been ordered. It is the equivalent of a Parisian room like the Casino de Paris or the Olympia. "The other live streaming shows attract an average of 400 people," confides Philippe Delmas, director of the Apollo, to our colleagues.

"The BIG Streaming", the name of this performance, probably benefits from the strong news around Jean-Marie Bigard. After his repeated rants published on social networks, the comedian received a phone call from the President of the Republic. A few days later, on BFMTV, he announced that he was “interested” in a candidacy for the presidential election of 2022. Do you ever know, perhaps that Jean-Marie Bigard will make this show by streaming his first political meeting, especially since 20 fans will be able to chat with the artist at the end of the show.


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