Beloved star of popular French sitcom akin to “Modern Family”, Guillaume de Tonquédec, and the très drôle Léa Drucker, famous French actress and director, star in this delightful Boulevard Comedy at the famous and historical Théâtre Edouard VII.
Fascinated by Paris and what it had to offer, the English King Edward VII decided to contribute to Parisian life by opening a performance hall in the early 20th century. First opened as a cinema and shortly after converted into a theatre, the spectacular building allowed local Parisians to discover Anglo-Saxon works.
Theatre in Paris makes the very best shows in the city accessible to you: after being accompanied to your seat by your usher, all you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!
"Superb theater. This place is full of history and it seemed like Sacha Guitry [founder of the theatre and father of boulevard comedy] could appear at any moment. The Café Guitry, where you can have a drink or dinner either before or after the show is very nice. The posters of the theatre’s past shows make it a museum."
TripAdvisor | 2017