Théâtre du Petit Saint-Martin

  • 17 rue René Boulanger, 75010 Paris
  • Capacity: 190 seats
  • Strasbourg - Saint-Denis         


Théâtre du Petit Saint-Martin

Located between the Théâtre de la Porte Saint-Martin and the Théâtre de la Renaissance, the Théâtre du Petit Saint-Martin was created in 2007. The theatre occupies the former premises of the Paris International School of Mimodrama, which was founded in 1978 by Marcel Marceau, better known as Mime Marceau.
Although the theatre only has 190 seats, it has quickly distinguished itself thanks to its artistic vision, dedicated to contemporary theatrical creation. Artists such as Gregory Gadebois, Sami Bouajila and Audrey Dana have performed on the stage of this theatre, which continues to surprise Parisian audiences with its eclectic programme.


Fast facts
Capacity: 190
Handicap Accessible: No
Air conditioning: No
Heating: Yes
Coat Check: No


17 rue René Boulanger, 75010 Paris

Strasbourg - Saint-Denis        

Past shows at this venue




Come and discover the breathtaking story of a woman based on the films of Sylvester Stallone and interpreted in poetry and music by Clotilde Hesme.
until 6/16/24
from 30 €

Classic Theatre

Le syndrome de l'oiseau

One woman, kept like a bird in a cage… how far will your survival instincts take you?
until 6/16/24
from 42 €