1 place Boieldieu 75009
Established under Louis XIV, L’Opéra-Comique is one of Paris’ oldest theatre and musical venues. It offers a new staging approach blending sung recitatives and spoken dialogues, in order to bring greatest lyric oeuvres to a wider audience.
Olympia Bruno Coquatrix
28 boulevard des Capucines 75008
Imagined and constructed by Mr. Bruno Coquatrix, L’Olympia is a must-visit in Paris. Hosting all kinds of spectacles, it is also open for visiting, offering its guests a chance to shed some light on the mysteries filling the place, to which it owes its charm.
32 rue Richer 75009
A trendy cabaret that epitomized truly Parisian lifestyle during the Roaring Twenties, the Folies Bergères Theatre features 1679 seats split over three levels. Today, musical comedies and spectacles are performed on its stage.
Théâtre des Variétés
7 boulevard Montmartre 75009
Established by the theatre director Mademoiselle Montansier, Le Théâtre des Variétés opened its doors in 1807. Today, a great number of shows are performed on its stage, having witnessed some of the biggest French actors and musicians playing, such as the famous Jacques Offenbach.