French TV presenter, actress and singer Séverine Ferrer, who represented the Principality of Monaco on the occasion of the semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest held in Athens in 2006 with La coco-dance, is back on stage with no less than two theatre plays.
As from 24 January, Séverine Ferrer will carry on with the performances of the popular comedy play Ma première fois at the Théâtre du Splendid, in Paris. Part of the French cast together with three young comedians, Belen Lorenzo, David Macquart and David Tournay, Séverine Ferrer has been enjoying good reviews and success with this adaptation from the Broadway theatre play My first time by Ken Davenport. The show is based on a website that grew in popularity in 1998 that allowed people to anonymously share their own true stories about their First Times and features four actors in hysterical and heartbreaking stories about first sexual experiences written by real people … just like you. Experiences submitted by the audience before the performances are featured during this hilarious show.
When not performing in Paris, Séverine Ferrer will be in Lyon, at the Théâtre de la Tête d’Or where Les Monologues du Vagin, the French version of The Vagina Monologues, will be given this year again as from 21 January. The last Monegasque Eurovision entrant has been part of the French cast since 2005 and regularly tours the country with this very popular show by Eve Ensler. In Lyon, Séverine Ferrer will share the stage with famous French comedians Lisette Malidor, Andréa Ferréol and Marie-Christine Barrault.
Besides her theatre activities, Séverine Ferrer is also busy with a her show on pop rock radio Vivre FM 93.9, in Paris area. Titled Studio Pirates, the show is about kids interviewing a French singer or an international music star for 50 minutes, on the first Wednesday of each month. If you are planning a trip to either Paris or Lyon in the coming weeks, check out our event section to know when Séverine Ferrer is performing and book your tickets for a nice night out.