The story of the Eiffel Tower Theater is linked to that of the Eiffel Tower and the 7th district of Paris. The Eiffel Tower Theater was built between 1912 and 1915 by the architect Louis Lefranc. At the turn of the century, following the famous 1889 World Fair which left us with the massive structure of the Eiffel Tower just steps away, the area was thriving, true cradle of the emerging innovative companies of the time, from automobile and aeronatique workshops and beyond. In this neighbourhood that came to be known for its inventiveness and innovative current, emerged with it a high-tech theatre with all the modern equipment dedicated to the show, the artists, and the spectator. The venue is truly unique not only for its technology, but also for its exceptional acoustics and close proximity between the stage and the audience
Thanks to such a location, the Eiffel Tower Theater enjoys welcoming both French and international influences, bringing in special events such as New York and Shanghai comedy festivals.
The Théâtre de la Tour Eiffel is in the heart of the 7th district next to the Eiffel Tower itself a stone's throw from the famous Champ de Mars, surrounded by the Place des Invalides, the Seine riverbanks, and the Musée du quai Branly.
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