- Sep 3, 2020
- All things Paris
- Alexander Kropivnitski
Are you in search of a distance-friendly Parisian show? We have the great news for you! Paris has his ace in the hole and offers you numerous small theatres to attend in September 2020. So what are the advantages of small spaces when it comes to events? To start with, the atmosphere is intimate, allowing you to stay more connected to the actors and their surroundings. Thanks to the smaller-scale stage you will have a great view anyway. Not to forget to mention that tickets are usually much more affordable compare to the big shows. It is also safer during the time of the pandemic: with a very limited number of spectators the social distance will be kept easily!
However, let’s not forget the downside of the limited seat capacity. Small shows are often very popular and sold out fast, so think about reserving your tickets in advance. You may check our selection of Parisian covid-friendly events on our website.
To enrich your experience and make your outings more exciting, we present our list of the best small theatre shows playing in September 2020 below. Enjoy the performances in comfort and stay safe.
Learn how to become French with Oh My God She’s Parisian
Every Saturday from September 12th to December 26th
Oh My God She’s Parisian is a great opportunity to discover the French capital life and to find out more about the famous Parisian mentality in a more private manner. It is performed on the stage of the Théâtre Bo St Martin. Theatre capacity is only 70 seats, which will let you completely immerse into the happening. This one-woman show was launched in 2017 by a true Parisian, Julie Collas. During her performance, you will experience 24 hours from a day of a classical Parisian. Julie created a unique type of comedy by mixing a variety of genres and techniques such as stand-up, singing, improvisation and mime. Don’t miss your chance! We offer a unique option to have a lunch with the star of the show in her own apartment. You will be presented with a delicious French meal of a starter, a main course, and a dessert. While drinking some exquisite French wine you will listen to an inspirational story of show creation and ask all the questions you want to!
Intimate experience at the Cabaret Burlesque
Every Friday and Saturday from September 18th to December 19th
One of the traditional French entertainments to enjoy in Paris is Cabaret. But can you experience a small cabaret show? The answer is yes, and Cabaret Burlesque is a wonderful example of it. This show is performed in the small La Nouvelle Seine floating theatre with a seating capacity of only 110 people. It is an opportunity to experience a more intimate type of cabaret performance with a touch of the burlesque genre. We strongly advise you to take advantage of La Nouvelle Seine's beautiful restaurant. A wide variety of traditional French food and drinks would be a great complement to your evening.
Last chance for Contact, the Outdoor Theatre Experience
September 9th, 12th and 13th
The Contact show is coming to an end on September 13, hurry up to get your tickets! You’ve definitely heard about this completely new outdoor concept of theatre. Show is performed in small groups, allowing you to keep a necessary social distance. Creators of the Contact show decided to expand the boundaries of the traditional theatre by allowing the whole city to be a stage. Specially designed application will open the hidden world of the theatre right in front of you. You will only need a smartphone and a pair of headphones! Follow the actors through the city in a variety of acts. The meeting place will be uncovered just 24 hours before the quest. Let yourself enjoy the city afresh and believe us, you’ll be impressed!
Plays in the Théâtre de la Huchette
Every Wednesday to Saturday from September 9th to October 3rd
The Bald Soprano” and “The Lesson” will continue to be performed in legendary Théâtre de la Huchette every Friday throughout September. Welcoming and cozy atmosphere of the theatre will pleasantly surprise you. It will be easy to respect social distance since the seating capacity is only 70 people. Both plays were first introduced by Eugene Ionesco in the 1950’s and quickly became popular. What makes them so special? There are still many disputes behind the meaning of those plays. The best way to find out is to see the show through your own perception and make yourself familiar with the concept of the “Theatre of the Absurd”. Our team made it easier for you to manage booking by creating a bonus package granting access to both Ionesco’s masterpiece plays.
Famous Sainte-Chapelle Concert Series continue throughout September
All week except Tuesdays and Wednesdays from September 10th to October 31st
Sainte-Chapelle is a royal chapel in the very heart of Paris. Listening to a concert inside this glorious building with only 200 seats is unforgettable. With an orchestra located unusually close to the audience you’ll be a part of the performance. It is a great opportunity to spend a relaxed and intimate evening. Have a look at our exclusive add-ons upon booking such as a dinner or a glass of champagne before the recital. The musical composition selection is different every day, which is good to know if you would want to relive this unique experience. Concerts will be played until the end of October and will be back in December.