Hébertot Theatre


History and Fun Facts about the Hébertot theatre

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Hébertot theatre, where the fine art of dialogue reigns supreme! Within its storied walls, you will find a stage incredibly rich in history and emotions, featuring plays that are sure to transport you to another world…
The Hébertot theatre is a major Parisian theatre venue that has seen some of history’s greatest Thespians, such as Jean Anouilh, Eugène Ionesco, and Samuel Beckett, grace its stage in the aftermath of the war. Prolific creatives aside, the Hébertot is no stranger to acting talent either – actors such as Simone Signoret, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Jeanne Moreau, Annie Girardot, Jacques Weber, and Isabelle Adjani have also frequented this popular venue!

As you approach this fabled edifice, you may be surprised by its mansard architecture, a typical style of the late 19th century, that makes the theatre look like a giant music box – on the Boulevard des Batignolles, this charming architectural jewel certainly stands out from the crowd. Inside, its art deco interior is expertly designed with the intention of a pleasurable evening in mind.
The theatre offers plays for all tastes from a number of repertoires, from comedy to tragedy, through intense dramas and passionnate love stories.
If you’re in search of an evening full of excitement and laughter, look no further! Head to the Hébertot theatre, where history, architectural majesty, and humor blend for a unique atmosphere that you won’t be quick to forget. Bring a friend – such beauty deserves to be shared!


Fast facts
Capacity: 622
Handicap Accessible: Yes, please contact us at hello@theatreinparis.com so that we can inform the theatre.
Air conditioning: Yes
Heating: Yes
Coat Check: Yes (free service)


78 bis boulevard des Batignolles - 75017 Paris

Past shows at this venue


Les parents terribles by Jean Cocteau

A fun time with a dysfunctional family – a hilarious paradox!
until 7/20/24
from 47 €