Comedian from Valais Yann Lambiel adapts French sing Oldelaf’s « Tristitude » to define what it means to be Swiss. This gives a cruel and very fair (and very cultural) song: « La Suissitude »!
Swiss political cartoonist Patrick Chappatte caricatures the news for daily newspapers Le Temps and in German-speaking Switzerland Neue Zürcher Zeitungen (NZZ) and also for world-famous New York Times.
Swiss illustrator Noémie Weber is dedicating her first album « Junk food book », a parody of Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Food Book at Cumulus and Payot.
Cartoons about politics and life in Canton de Jura sent through a mobile phone app, this is what La Torche 2.0 project is about. Genevan people could also get three cartoons a week if la Torche Genève raises the attention of 500 of them. A contest is currently running… The media will be independent and free for a couple of weeks and then only 60 francs a year.
Genevans know Gérald Herrmann as « Herrmann » the daily-newspaper Tribune de Genève cartoonist. After three years, together with Vincent, his colleague, he has released a daring comic book about Swiss-icon Roger Federer’s youth.
Thomas Wiesel is a stand-up comedian from canton de Vaud. After appearing on French and Swiss media, he just started his own TV-show on Swiss public channel RTS : Mauvaise langue (spiteful tongue). The boy loves to make fun of politics and clearly is the flagship of Swiss humour new generation.
Après son spectacle « Fausto est toujours vivant », le comédien Fausto Borghini revient avec « Seul or not Seul », un spectacle d’improvisation réjouissant, le 25 janvier 2018, au Box, à Carouge.