The Great Alexandre
Magician & Clown
Do you want your child's birthday to be memorable?
The Great Alexandre offers you a magic-clown show adapted to young audiences and featuring your child. He / she will remember it all his life!!
Show also available for events in schools and daycares.
Weddings & Corporate Events
Why would children be the only ones to have fun?
The Great Alexandre offers clownish magic that will appeal to adults and children alike. Sure to spice up your event, whatever it is!!
Stage show and strolling magic available.
Festivals and Outside Events
What's better than a magician-clown to create a unique atmosphere during your event?
The Great Alexandre offers a family and interactive show that fits in a suitcase. For a fun atmosphere guaranteed!
Street show and strolling magic available.
A lecture-show on the route of the Great Alexandre as a humanitarian magician-clown.
Anecdotes, stories and milestones, all linked by hilarious and mystifying magic numbers.
Ideal for secondary schools, colleges and universities.
Alexandre Gagné-Greffard is a circus artist specializing in clowning and magic.
He graduated from the Clown Conservatory of San Francisco in 2019 and possesses a College Degree in theater. He continues to follow formation in traditional, humanitarian, and medical clowning wherever he can, in Canada or abroad. He is self-taught in magic since adolescence.
Since 2015, he spreads wonder and laughter around him wherever he can find a stage, whether it is on the streets, in schools, in hospitals, or on traditional stages, always trying to touch the most people possible.
A Humanitarian Commitment
Deeply aware of the importance and beneficial effects of wonder and laughter for people in a difficult and precarious situation, The Great
Alexandre is proud to offer his services free of charge to any charitable organization.
Contact him to know if your organisation is admissible.
For any inquiries, send us a message via the following form.
Facebook : Le Grand Alexandre
Instagram : @enuntourdemain
YouTube : Alexandre Gagné-Greffard