Les Andain’ries humor festival: competition for the great talents of tomorrow Bagnoles de l’Orne Normandy, 21 April 2023, Bagnoles de l’Orne Normandy .

Les Andain’ries comedy festival: competition for the great talents of tomorrow

Allée Aloïs Monnet Commons of the castle Bagnoles de l’Orne Normandy Orne Commons of the castle Allée Aloïs Monnet
2023-04-21 20:30:00 20:30:00 – 2023-04-21
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23rd edition of the Andain’ries

• Yohann Laveant
All styles of humor in 1 hour? Challenge accepted !
We don’t laugh at the same things.
And yet, during this hour, Yohann offers to get there by trying all styles of humor: Absurd, Stand-up, character, pun, clown or parody…
Playing with laughter is the assurance of finding something for yourself by understanding its mechanics.
“A man’s own” could have been called “A good big steak” since laughing is also equivalent to eating a steak.
But, we were afraid of not attracting the right people to this one man show…

• Victoria Pianoso
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. It’s not me who says it, it’s Leonardo da Vinci.
For this first show, Victoria thinks big.
It offers an American-style show with a fairground budget.
She wants to achieve perfection but does not know how much 8×9 is.
She tries her hand at stand up by interpreting rather characters.
It covers famous melodies but with unknown lyrics.
We told her “keep it simple”, she didn’t succeed.

• William Pilet
Happy are the cracked, because they will let the light through.
This unpredictable show with a furious rhythm is a real ode to difference. William Pilet promises to heal you from the gaze of others through his multitude of talents, sometimes useless, but always assumed.
Jack of all trades, William Pilet combines absurd humor with English sauce and the comedy of accessories, enhanced with a blackness like a coffee without milk. He makes humor as he makes love: with gadgets and music. The goal is to make a lasting impression on you, to cause trauma. It is “trauma marketing”.
With his second One-Man Show, William will show you that logic is abstract, and that “normal” does not exist…
His show is a UFO, a comfortable aberration where you will be safe but never safe.
Did you know ? Artist rewarded in multiple festivals of humor including 1st Prize National Festival of Humorists; 1st Prize at the International Festival of Laughter in Rochefort. His show is a UFO, a comfortable aberration where you will be safe but never safe.

• Kostia
“You’re not a man if you’ve ever done yoga in pink leggings and a purple crop top, if you’ve ever done a sperm delivery on a scooter, and your mom doesn’t call you every ten minutes. »
But what is “being a man” today?
With humor and love, Kostia tells us about his Entre deux! Between husband and dad, romanticism and celibacy, feminism and patriarchy, modern man and simple man.
A Sketch-up show with Kostia sauce where the men say to each other “Ah! it’s me” and the women tell them “Ah! you see! »
“And what happiness, friends! To laugh, to hear laughter, without complex, with full teeth, with a good heart and without stopping! A full and conquered room! A real love! True sympathy capital, from the first minute, Kostia draws the public into his setbacks as a young single dad with children, failing examples and crisp anecdotes in support! It’s always suggested, never vulgar! At ease in his text as in improvisation, the mechanics are effectively funny and unstoppable to smiles. An artist who sends so many good vibes every minute that the public asks for more. »

Festival presenter: Antonia De Rendinger

23rd edition of the Andain’ries

• Yohann Laveant
All styles of humor in 1 hour? Challenge accepted !
We don’t laugh at the same things.
And yet, during this hour, Yohann offers to get there by trying all styles of humor: Absurd, Stand-up, character, pun, clown or parody…
Playing with laughter is the assurance of finding something for yourself by understanding its mechanics.
“A man’s own” could have been called “A good big steak” since laughing is also equivalent to eating a steak.
But, we were afraid of not attracting the right people to this one man show…

• Victoria Pianoso
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. It’s not me who says it, it’s Leonardo da Vinci.
For this first show, Victoria thinks big.
It offers an American-style show with a fairground budget.
She wants to achieve perfection but does not know how much 8×9 is.
She tries her hand at stand up by interpreting rather characters.
It covers famous melodies but with unknown lyrics.
We told her “keep it simple”, she didn’t succeed.

• William Pilet
Happy are the cracked, because they will let the light through.
This unpredictable show with a furious rhythm is a real ode to difference. William Pilet promises to heal you from the gaze of others through his multitude of talents, sometimes useless, but always assumed.
Jack of all trades, William Pilet combines absurd humor with English sauce and the comedy of accessories, enhanced with a blackness like a coffee without milk. He makes humor as he makes love: with gadgets and music. The goal is to make a lasting impression on you, to cause trauma. It is “trauma marketing”.
With his second One-Man Show, William will show you that logic is abstract, and that “normal” does not exist…
His show is a UFO, a comfortable aberration where you will be safe but never safe.
Did you know ? Artist rewarded in multiple festivals of humor including 1st Prize National Festival of Humorists; 1st Prize at the International Festival of Laughter in Rochefort. His show is a UFO, a comfortable aberration where you will be safe but never safe.

• Kostia
“You’re not a man if you’ve ever done yoga in pink leggings and a purple crop top, if you’ve ever done a sperm delivery on a scooter, and your mom doesn’t call you every ten minutes. »
But what is “being a man” today?
With humor and love, Kostia tells us about his Entre deux! Between husband and dad, romanticism and celibacy, feminism and patriarchy, modern man and simple man.
A Sketch-up show with Kostia sauce where the men say to each other “Ah! it’s me” and the women tell them “Ah! you see! »
“And what happiness, friends! To laugh, to hear laughter, without complex, with full teeth, with a good heart and without stopping! A full and conquered room! A real love! True sympathy capital, from the first minute, Kostia draws the public into his setbacks as a young single dad with children, failing examples and crisp anecdotes in support! It’s always suggested, never vulgar! At ease in his text as in improvisation, the mechanics are effectively funny and unstoppable to smiles. An artist who sends so many good vibes every minute that the public asks for more. »

Festival presenter: Antonia De Rendinger

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