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Jimmy Carr refutes the idea that one can't joke about anything these days with his edgy takes on gun control, religion, cancel culture, and consent.

Seth Rogen and friends combine stand-up, sketches and music for an outrageous comedy special that could only come from the mind of Seth. Guests include Tiffany Haddish, Sarah Silverman, Michelle Wolf, John Mulaney, Michael Che, David Chang, Ike Barinholtz, Chelsea Peretti, Kumail Nanjiani, Jon Lovitz, Jeff Goldblum, Sacha Baron Cohen, Nick Kroll, Post Malone, Chris Hardwick, and Craig Robinson & The Nasty Delicious.

In this unfiltered stand-up special, comedian Jo Koy takes on energy vampires, mumble rap, emoji flirting and the surprise of being called a zaddy.

Iconic Thai comedian Udom Taephanich recounts his misadventures and sharp observations from uncomfortable encounters to the absurdities of daily life.

Marc-Antoine Le Bret returns with a new show: "Solo". Still alone on stage, as the title suggests, he is nonetheless accompanied by a hundred characters whose voices he imitates with consummate talent throughout a bouquet of new sketches. In this show, the audience gets a little glimpse of what could happen if the world started turning upside down: a real post-apocalyptic show, before the end of the world, in short. But fortunately, humor is there to help swallow the pill. Didier Deschamps, Cyril Lignac, Stéphane Bern, Nelson Monfort, Marine Le Pen, Nicolas Sarkozy, Laurent Ruquier, Marlène Schiappa, Chantal Ladesou... the list of his imitations is even longer. He is now one of the most talented imitators of his generation. Marc-Antoine Le Bret is back on stage with a new show, SOLO.

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A show, a single objective: to push the limits of fun! On the program: laughter, sharing, dancing, singing, disco balls, glitter, dreams and incredible surprises. Prepare to experience an extraordinary evening!

January 1, 2023

Caroline Estremo, a nurse by profession, decided to bring her first book to the stage: "#infirmière". Instead of plunging into tragedy, she opts for humor: "I wanted to talk about it with humor, because it's more listenable for the general public. We've been on strike for years, marching in the streets, but I have the impression that people no longer hear us or see us. So I chose a different strategy: to make people laugh and make them laugh." It is thus that her one-woman show was born.

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A private aerial show welcomes a young artist, who will soon realize just how dangerous the entertainment industry can be. Still, she will have to face the audience, whom she must please or suffer the consequences.

An omnium-gatherum of film, poem, and song excerpts contextually juxtaposed in an attempt to explore masculinity, alienation, and identity in a post-industrial society.

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