Koch Comédie


The Performer plays the part of a small, charming French Chef. He has as his assistant a clever bantam-chicken called Jaquiline.

Run of events

The meal begins with the Chef on stage playing a short musical number called "Salto Omelette". This is a rendition of Beethoven's 9th Symphony played on 5 frying pans.

During the meal Chef Poullet and Jaquiline move through the tables interacting with the guests and performing slapstick comedy and culinary based tricks.

Before the main course the Chef and his brigade enter with 6 serving platters covered by silver cloches from which they serve a musical surprise.

After Jaquiline has laid a fresh egg at each table the Chef, along with kitchen and waiting staff finish with a magical finale for dessert.