Alex Monteiro tells us, among other things, what he does to stay young and why it doesn’t work too well.
He is afraid of sleepwalking (and therefore of his son), spiders and certain tattoos. In a nonchalant and anxious way (it’s possible), this Lusoluxembourgian (yes, yes) tells us about himself, but in French.
Psychologist by day, improviser by night, he is particularly fond of stand-up and humour in general. In 2016, he started writing in English and did his first open stages in the language of Bruce Willis, but realised that French was the language he preferred. He participated in open stages, festivals and created the Relais du Rire © (a comedy festival to support the Fondation Cancer du Luxembourg). He joined the Fabrique in Metz, an artistic training centre, and did his best to make people laugh. Gradually, he develops his style in “storytelling” and creates his show “Moi, je…”.
In the first part Alex welcomes Lil’ Aïda, originally from Paris. In Luxembourg since 2022, she made her debut on the city’s English-speaking stages. Shortly afterwards, she founded La grande Duchesse of Comedy, the first Comedy Club produced by a woman but also the first Open-Mic (bi-monthly) dedicated to Francophone Stand-up in Luxembourg.
Stand-up comedian, producer and Franco-Tunisian, Lil’ Aïda chose humour to denounce the abuses of society but above all because her shrink is costing her the earth
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