A listed historical building, La Salle Gaveau is located just a stone’s throw away from the renowned Champs Élysées.
Fascinated by Paris, English King Edward VII contributed to Parisian life by opening this theatre in the early 20th century.
The Ranelagh is tucked away in the heart of Paris’ 16th arrondissement, a few paces away from the Eiffel tower.
This classic venue helped shape the cultural revolution of 'Les Années Folles' and has hosted various stars, including Mistinguett.
This delightful arena of, with an ornate bar reminiscent of a Stanley Kubrick film, will seduce you at first sight.
A typical example of a Parisian "café théâtre" : a small venue hosting popular comedy, one-man-shows, dance, singing and cabaret.
This theatre opened its doors in 1868, offering ‘Café-concerts’, which were very popular in Paris at that time.
'The Blue Theatre', founded in 1973 by Alain Mallet, helped famous artists make their debut, including Coluche, and Popeck.
For over two centuries, this theatre has hosted world-famous creators and artists. It is the most frequented theaters in Paris.