Théâtre des Nouveautés

  • 24 boulevard Poissonnière, 75009 Paris
  • Capacity : 585 seats
  • Grands Boulevards       


The Théâtre des Nouveautés has built up a lasting reputation since its foundation in 1827. From its start, the venue has been known for its light comedies and vaudevilles, and has kept this tradition ongoing for nearly two centuries, despite having to change its location a few times. In fact, the history of the Théâtre des Nouveautés is truly a history of a theatre that just wouldn't give up, facing various closures and location changes due to heavy competition, destructive fires, and the changing cityscape. Despite all these changes, the theatre was able to make a name for itself as one of the leading Parisian venues, and many famous playrights including Georges Feydeau started their careers with debuts on its stage.


Located two steps away from the Musée Grevin and in the heart of the bustling Paris theatre district, the theatre was recently renovated and now welcomes its guests with its plush velvet seats and Belle Epoque decoration. The show programme of the Théâtre des Nouveautés focuses on modern comedies, and is a favorite amongst Parisian theatre-goers.


Fast facts

Capacity: 585

Handicap Accessible? Partially, please contact us to ensure proper seating in accessible areas

Air conditioning? Yes


24 boulevard Poissonnière, 75009 Paris

Grands Boulevards      

Past shows at this venue



How to Become A Parisian in One Hour

The best French lesson you've ever had: a playfully honest show to leave you feeling Parisian for better... or worse?
until 1/2/21
from 23 €


Mind the Middleman (Compromis)

Three charming actors bring the play to life in the comedy act that will have you laughing out loud throughout the show with the feud between two friends intervening with what could be a successful sale.
until 1/23/21
from 32 €