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Espace Léo Ferré’s fall programming starts strongly with the return of Michaël Gregorio, who will present his new show “I’m 10 years old”.
Since 2006 and his debut at the Café de la Danse, more than a million people have appreciated the talent of Michaël Gregorio who takes his impressions, sketches and parodies to the stage.
His talent was revealed in the early 2000s in M6’s “Seeds of a Star” TV show – which he won twice. Today, accompanied by four musicians, Mr Gregorio entertains for over two hours during a transgenerational experience with a variety of musical styles – Jacques Brel, Edith Piaf, Johnny Hallyday, Daft Punk, Francis Cabrel, Shakira, Depeche Mode, Jay-Z, and others.
To celebrate his 10 years of touring, Mr Gregorio returns with an unprecedented event, during which he revisits the best moments of his first three shows. New sketches, new voices, surprises and guests are also on tap for the Friday, November 3, spectacle at 8:30 pm at Espace Léo Ferré.
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