8bis rue de l'Arrivée, 75015 Paris
Capacity 430 seats
1 h 30 min
For All Audiences
Highlights: Desperate Housemen
Desperate Housemen is a crazy play in which three comedians review all the daily problems of a couple in a superb production by Caroline Cichoz and Thibault Segouin. The three comedians, Jérôme Daran (Florence Foresti’s leading author), Alexis Macquart, and Stéphane Murat all come from one-man shows and have a great synergy on stage. With the theatrical comedy Desperate Housemen, they have already seduced the French public with over 1,400 performances!
Today, discover the continuation of their adventures in The Desperate Housemen get married! There's no doubt that this sequel will attract plenty of viewers. Be one of the first!
Story: Desperate Housemen
The story takes place on the big day when Jérôme and Sophie are due to celebrate their wedding. Everything was ready for this memorable day, but suddenly the bride mysteriously disappeared. Did she have any last-minute doubts? Jérôme, with the help of his friends Alexis and Stéphane, decides to find out more about this surprising behaviour. He embarks on an investigation that will take him far beyond what he could have imagined.
In the course of this quest, between reflections on the nature of the couple and innovative strategies for winning them back, the evening promises to be epic at the Grand Point Virgule.
The Desperate Housemen shatter conventions and make you laugh out loud.
"Hopelessly funny!" Le Parisien
"Very successful!" GQ
"A hit" M6
"An hour and a half of hilarity" Sortir à Paris
Le Grand Point Virgule
Le Grand Point Virgule
In the Montparnasse district, once the haunt of Hemingway, and the resting place of Sartre, we now find the epicenter of cutting-edge French comedy. Le Grand Point Virgule was founded in 2012 by director-producer Jean-Marc Dumontet, who had previously directed at Bobino and the Théâtre Antoine. He envisioned a Mecca of comedy, where comic performers could hone their craft on a grand stage. Since then, 2,500 performances have taken place on the theatre’s two thematically-named stages, the Majuscule (or “Upper Case”), and the Apostrophe stage. It hosts any number of comic genres, from plays, to stand-up, to improv, and one-man shows, and always seeks to push the boundaries of humor. Should you find yourself in the mood for a good old laugh, there’s no better place to head than to the Grand Point Virgule, for a healthy dose of humor!
Capacity: 430 on the larger stage, 220 on the smaller stage
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Air conditioning: Yes
How do I get to the Grand Point Virgule?
The Grand Point Virgule is accessible by: Metro lines: You can take lines 4, 6, 12, and 13 to Montparnasse-Bienvenüe. Bus lines: You can take the bus to the Place du 18 juin 1940 stop served by lines 28, 82, 92, and 96. Our customer service can be reached in case of difficulty from 10 am to 7 pm, Monday to Friday. For more information, please consult the map above.
What do I do when I get to the theatre Grand Point Virgule?
We invite you to arrive 30 minutes before the beginning of Desperate Housemen, and present your voucher at the front desk. Please note that placement for this performance is free. Guests will be seated on a first come - first served basis.
How long does Desperate Housemen show last?
Can I take photos during Desperate Housemen?
In order not to disturb the artists on stage, and for the comfort of other guests, you are not permitted to photograph, film, or record the performance for the duration of Desperate Housemen. As long as the performance is not currently in session, feel free to take a snapshot of the Théâtre Le Grand Point Virgule to remember your night out!
Is tipping customary?
Tips are not mandatory in Parisian theatres, including the Grand Point Virgule. However, ushers will usually expect a small tip of between €2 and €5, which you can give them when they’ve shown you to your seat. Fun fact: the French word for “tip” is “pourboire”, which literally translates to “to have a drink”.