Ballet & Dance
Behold - a sparkling gem of the Art Deco movement, and a theatre unparalleled in its charm and whimsy! The Théâtre de Passy is a theatre located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. Opened in 1869, it has undergone many transformations over the years, from a boulevard theatre, to a cinema, and then to a more contemporary venue. In the 1920s, the theatre was transformed into a cinema and became very successful by regularly screening silent films. In 1932, it was converted into a more modern venue, hosting musicals, concerts and contemporary plays. Despite its storied past, it still retains a degree of its gorgeous 20s-era opulence, and is most certainly a must-see for any fans of the roaring 20s!
Over the years, the Théâtre de Passy has hosted many famous artists, such as Maurice Chevalier, Josephine Baker, and Edith Piaf. In 1961, a new hall was built to accommodate larger shows, such as operas and ballets. Today, the Théâtre de Passy continues to offer a varied programme, ranging from classical theatre to contemporary musicals. Why not pay a visit?
Fast facts Capacity: 200 Handicap Accessible: Yes, booking is required and arrival must be 30 minutes before the show. Please note that the chair must be a standard size non-electric chair or the person must be able to get around in a booster chair. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can inform the theatre and enable you to see the show in the best possible conditions. Air conditioning: Yes Heating: Yes