History and Fun Facts about La Divine Comédie
What do The Divine Comedy and La Divine Comédie have in common? Although the names are written in different languages and they come from different artistic domains, they are both important in the world of culture and art! When referring to The Divine Comedy, one could be referencing the book written between 1303 and 1321 and now the most famous work of the Italian author Dante Alighieri. The Divine Comedy, the book, was composed in the form of a poem and considered a masterpiece of Italian and world literature. When speaking of the name in French, La Divine Comédie, one could be referencing the book or the theatre located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris close to the Folies Bergère and the Grands Boulevards.
In this new Parisian venue, the programme is eclectic and open to novelty. From one-man shows to teams of theatre lovers and artists, you will be engulfed in the theatrical magic of deep thinking, harty laughing, and endless loving. The zygomatic and intellectual depth of La Divine Comédie’s theatrical discoveries make us live moments of pure happiness you can only connect to inside the theatre. Enter the theatre and discover new talents in comedy or theatre and masterpieces in the genre of one-man shows. A very Parisian place full of surprises that will be your vessel immersing you into French culture and you will not look back!
Fast facts Capacity: 2 rooms : 60 seats and 120 seats Handicap Accessible: Yes Air conditioning: No Heating: Yes
Past shows at this venue