Patrick Timsit draw a line on his solo career and the announcement of the farewell

Patrick Timsit draw a line on his solo career. The artist has expressed this choice with the newspaper Le Parisien, announcing a final show entitled Goodbye… maybe. Thank you… That’s for sure, which will begin in the spring of 2020. His farewell is scheduled for the month of December of the next year, in Paris.

I have to stop the one-man show, this will be my farewell. The people did not believe in. For me, it moves me just say this, it means that I believe in, “said Patrick Timsit in the pages of the newspaper. And the artist, who celebrates 60 years in July next, to give the reasons which led him to make this decision similar to that of his colleague Jean-Marie Bigard. “The fear of the show too, and then I want to chew this life. (…) I believe that it must be from when it works, I want to greet for the last time, when it is full. We must learn to stop yourself before it stops you“, he said. Moreover, he recognizes that in his previous show called You can’t laugh at everything, it was sometimes hard to “always find the right word” and that have “something to say about everything“, it escaped him “from time to time“.

Patrick Timsit will begin therefore an ultimate tour starting in the spring of 2020, and it has chosen to make the farewell to the public on the mythical stage of the parisian Olympia from the 26 December of the next year. “It is touching to give an appointment to someone and say that this is the last time“, asserts there. But the artist does not go away. “Obviously, it will not prevent me from making the tv, the movies, to write movies or series“, does it not underline.

This will allow him also to enjoy a little more of his children, Lucien, aged 9 years, and the great Lazarus, 23 years old.

Thomas Montet