Few people do not know that Napoleon had a lover, Josephine de Beauharnais. However, as it turned out, in the life of the great French emperor, there was a friend of Josephine! Yes Yes!
And let historians carefully keep silent about this striking fact, but the theater has no intention of hiding it. This evening you will be told a story about many spicy and funny details of the difficult relationship between Napoleon and the charming Corsican Josephine Pontiu, who suddenly appeared on the island of St. Helena, the place of the last refuge of the deposed Bonaparte.
You will be able to see for yourself that a real Corsican woman is practically the same Odessa woman. After all, only Corsican and Odesa women are able to so deftly and quickly put everyone and everything around them on their ears. You can simultaneously knock down the pride of the English governor and force the French generals to guard carrot beds, catch mice and milk goats. And besides, to teach Napoleon Bonaparte himself to dance, sing and twist spades. And that's not all. At the performance, you will be introduced to the secret of the birth of one of the most famous cognac brands in the world. Such an event cannot be missed!