Le Grand Restaurant
Adapted from Pierre Palmade's TV show
Le Grand Restaurant is a play written in the form of a television show by Pierre Palmade and was broadcast for the first time in 2010 on French TV. The show is composed of sketches and tells the stories of customers of a fine restaurant as well as the misadventures of the owner of the establishment. The humorous situations deal with various social themes such as extramarital love, inheritance, sexuality, money and loneliness.
Directors: Bérengère Ferrari, Catherine Prié-Leray, Laurence Sebeyran, Bleuenn Simon, Valérie Thomas-Collignon.
With: Mimi Betel, Delphine Cam, Amandine Castillo, Yves Cloots, Arnaud Dasprez, Bérengère Ferrari, Matteo Ferrari, Romeo Ferrari, Seléna Ferrari, Christian Fitsch-Mouras, Steve Hari, Anne-Cécile Lesage, Bruce Maskell, Vitalie Morrison, Inès Muñoz, Olimpia Petzold, Laurence Sebeyran, Bleuenn Simon, Nathalie Stainer, Valérie Thomas-Collignon, Catherine D. Wintz.
Coordination: Amandine Castillo.
Light and sounds: Julie Obecanov
Surtitles: Pierre-Olivier Ariston
Age recommendation: audience 10 years and older.
Duration: approximately 1h30 with no intermission.
Covid 19 Safety Policies and Procedures: All guests are required to wear a mask covering nose and mouth at all times while in the theatre building. There will be no intermission. Actors not wearing face coverings will have presented a negative COVID-19 PCR test prior to the show.