1 place Boieldieu 75009
One of Paris’ oldest theatre and musical venues, L’Opéra-Comique was established under Louis XIV. It brings greatest lyric works to a wider audience, representing them in a new genre. The Opera comique consists in including sung recitatives into spoken dialogues. It has gained great popularity recently.
Olympia Bruno Coquatrix
28 boulevard des Capucines 75008
A must-visit in Paris, the Olympia was imagined and constructed by Mr. Bruno Coquatrix. You may choose to attend it for a spectacle or just visit its premises to shed some lights on its mysteries, to which it owes its charm. It is also where many famous artists have performed in their early days.
32 rue Richer 75009
The Folies Bergères Theatre is a Parisian cabaret that was in the Roaring Twenties synonymous to Parisian lifestyle. Today, it offers musical comedies and spectacles, with an overall capacity of 1679 seats, split over three levels.
Théâtre des Variétés
7 boulevard Montmartre 75009
Opened in 1807, Théâtre des Variétés is a brilliant brainchild of Mademoiselle Montansier. Its walls have witnessed performances by greatest French musicians and actors, such as the legendary Jacques Offenbach. Today, a great number of shows are still performed on its stage.