PHOTOS – Manuel Valls all smiles on the arm of Anne Gravoin for a love – Gala
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Relieved of its responsibilities at the highest peak of the State, former Prime minister Manuel Valls took the opportunity to give a little bit of time with his wife, violinist Anne Gravoin. It was Monday, January 22, at the representation of the play “The phantom of the rue Papillon” featuring his new look, beard of three days and more informal.
Manuel Valls and his wife violonist Anne Gravoin, were in attendance, Monday, January 22, at the representation of the play “The phantom of the rue Papillon” at the theatre du Gymnase, written and directed by Dominique Coubes. A date for the former Prime minister and his wife, both passionate about the arts.
But for the current mp of the Essonne, the political is never very far away with this piece which is a plea against racism and anti-semitism, and a tribute to the fraternity. The story tells of the encounter between the ghosts of a young north-africans and an old jewish victim of the raid of Vel d’hiv.
Themes dear to the former Prime minister, always very complicit with his wife. A representation, which was also carried out in the presence of the philosopher Raphael Enthoven, and of the Grand Rabbi of France, Haïm Korsia.
Photo credits : COADIC GUIREC / BESTIMAGE
Manuel Valls, Anne Gravoin
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