Ghost, The Musical

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Théâtre Mogador

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French surtitled in English (See the page)


Théâtre Mogador
25 rue Mogador, 75009 Paris
Capacity 1600 seats


2 hours and 40 minutes

One intermission



Recommended for ages 12 and up

French with English subtitles

Highlights: Ghost, The Musical

Ghost the Broadway musical hit inspired by a 1990s movie tells the story about the strength of true love. When his beloved Molly is in danger, will Sam's ghost be able to defy the rules of the universe to save her? With a soundtrack full of nostalgic hits, this is a love story and thriller combined into a supernatural international hit, brand new to Paris!

Story: Ghost, The Musical

Molly and Sam are the perfect couple, hopelessly in love in New York. One evening, the unthinkable happens: Sam is killed before her very eyes. While Molly mourns his death, Sam's kindhearted spirtit lingers on, watching over the ones he loves. As a ghost he is neither seen nor unable to intervene in the world of the living, forever cursed to just observe everything around him. The Sam's ghost discovers that Molly is in serious danger,  yet Sam remains helpless to save her. With  the help of the reluctant psychic Oda Mae, Sam tries to outplay the laws of the universe putting himself in the way of destiny.


This is a love story that knows no bounds, made famous by the 1990 film featuring Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore and first adapted for the musical theater stage in London, before becoming a Broadway hit! After a huge success in Russia and Germany, Ghost the Musical finally arrived in Paris, complete with a delightful soundtrack and surprisingly special effects.



An Amazing Show
An Amazing show! Captivating performers, catchy songs and phenomenal sets, Ghost the Musical perfectly brings to life this much loved movie!
Lily Heise
Superb show!

Go there without hesitation! The actors are all excellent and sing very well. Special mention for Claudia Tagbo who is perfect for this role! The staging is identical to the film and the scenery superb. We had an excellent evening.


Beautiful, sublime, true, intense, the work of talented actors is admired ...All actors are ultra talented. A fantastic orchestra, sumptuous sets ... We forget the film and live through the story and enjoy the moment .... A show that will be very difficult to match.


Excellent! the spirit of the film is completely respected! Special mention to Claudia Tagbo and her comic power. The sets are beautiful; we did not feel the time pass by.

Spectacular & Breathtaking

Amazing story and performance. Uncompromised visual effects. Every actor does justice to his/her role. I highly recommend seeing this spectacle.


I'm astonished as to how the main character Sam displayed his death as the stunt double was on the floor, I did not notice when they had switched. Needless to say that the effects were really good. I was trying to hold back my tears.

Jocelyn 94

Théâtre Mogador

25 rue Mogador, 75009 Paris

History and Fun Facts about the Théâtre Mogador

Inspired by the English music hall style in 1919, it was originally named “Palace Theatre” in hopes to appeal to British soldiers during WWI. A few years later, it was renamed Théâtre Mogador after an old city in western Morocco and inaugurated by the then-future American president, Franklin D. Roosevelt. The theatre has been a venue dedicated to musical shows, gaining its fame with performances such as Sergei Diaghilev’s “Ballet Russes”, and operettas such as Mistinguett, one of France's most popular singers throughout the 1920s and 1930s. With its French charm, British playhouse architectural inspiration, and famous international shows, the Théâtre Mogador has been pleasing audiences for over a century.


Théâtre Mogador is right in the middle of the 9th arrondissement, where you can also find many bustling restaurants and bars, or explore the beautiful Parisian Passage des Panoramas.


The Théâtre Mogador is the place to see Broadway-esque renditions, and in the past has welcomed celebrated productions such as Cats, The Lion King, or Mamma Mia! The Théâtre Mogador is now a space that frequently welcomes classic Broadway shows with a French twist, perfect for a Parisian theatre night.


Fast facts
Capacity: 1600
Handicap Accessible: Partially, please contact us to ensure proper seating in accessible areas
Air conditioning: Yes
Heating: Yes
Coat Check: Yes (paid service)


Where will I be seated and will I see the subtitles properly?

There are three categories available, each one of which provides a comfortable view of the subtitles. The theater is an English style auditorium, which means that the stage is in the shape of a horseshoe giving the audeince an excellent view of the show.

How do I get to the theatre?

The theater  is accessible by metro stations Estienne Orves Trinity (Line 12) or Chaussée d'Antin La Fayette (Line 7, 9). Our hotline can be reached in case of difficulty on the stage on weekdays from 10 am to 7pm Paris time. For details, we invite you to consult the map below.

What do I do when I get to the theatre?

We invite you to arrive 15 minutes before the beginning of the show, and present your voucher at the front desk. The theater's English-speaking staff members will guide you to your seats.

Can I purchase a programme?

Tickets for Ghost the musical does include a program. A program is available for purchase at the theater.

Is it a show for travellers or French people?

Both! This French production of Ghost has many new aspects compared to the famous American musical, it's the perfect choice for a French take on a famous musical. One of France's most iconic comings.

Subtitles or “surtitles”?

Surtitles (also called supertitles) are the equivalent theater of subtitles or as others may know it, captioned performances. That's because in French "on" means "above". At the Mogador Theater, the text is projected on the sides of the auditorium, above the stage. Read more about surtitles here.

Is tipping customary?

Tips are not mandatory in Parisian theaters. However, you will usually expect a small tip of between € 2 and € 5, which you can give them when they've shown you to your seat. Fun fact: the French word for "tip" is " tip", which literally translates to "to have a drink."