Laughter, football and sound: how Redouane Bougheraba wants to ignite the Folies-Bergère

Laughter, football and sound: how Redouane Bougheraba wants to ignite the Folies-Bergère

Since it sometimes makes you want to cry or tear your hair out, but since football is in reality above all a passion with unifying virtues, they decided to laugh about it and make it the basis of a show without any other same. The song of sweat and tears (of laughter), or rather of sound, of the ball and of the smile, this is the triptych that Mosaïc 75 promises to honor, on May 26 at the Folies-Bergère.

“The idea is simple,” explains Smaïl Bouabdellah, co-organizer who will present the evening alongside new comedy heavyweight Redouane Bougheraba. As today everything opposes us, let’s come together around our common passion which is football and try to laugh about it, in all kindness, and to relax during an event with a concept like no other. »

The unique principle promises to be terribly effective since Mosaïc 75 aims to connect three artistic universes that seem so far away but in reality very close: stand-up, football and music. “And frankly, it’s a good delirium,” assures comedian Nordine Ganso, a regular who will be there again at the end of May. The evening brings together incredible artists and allows you to watch small “light” football matches, where it’s not bad, it’s really good spirits. »

After the Parc des Princes in 2020, the Cirque d’Hiver in 2021 then in 2023, Mosaic 75 has this time decided to put on its show at the Folies Bergères, but with a recipe identical to previous editions: bringing together in a new exceptional place from the capital a line-up of artists and athletes for an evening like no other.

First with a major stand-up show bringing together no less than eleven comedians including Redouane Bougheraba, Booder, Nordine Ganso, Bun Hay Mean, Ahmed Sparrow, Younes Depardieu and Emy Bng. Then small football matches, where former professionals like Robert Pires, Éric Abidal, Mamadou Niang, Benoît Cheyrou, Florent Sinama-Pongolle, Sidney Govou or Olivier Dacourt will compete in teams complete with comedians, musicians, and even of some active players, before the evening ends with a show case by Imen ES and Jungeli.

“We are aware that the period is not easy for everyone, so we have made sure that some of the places are accessible from €19,” explains Smaïl Bouabdellah. It’s a little more expensive than a movie ticket, but it lasts much longer and above all it’s a real live show. » So much so that, for the second time, Prime Video will capture this “Champion’s Rire” which was a hit on its platform.

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Date: May 26, 2024 Location: Folies Bergère, 32 Rue Richer, 75009 Paris Hours: 4 p.m. – 11 p.m.

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