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Theatre in Paris

"The show is absolutely amazing"

  • February 2016

reviewed by Franck from France

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Theatre In Paris


French plays with english surtitles

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Paris has a historical theatrical culture, yet almost all of the plays are in French…
Thanks to the innovative technology and service developed by Theatre In Paris, English surtitles now enable English speakers to enjoy French plays.
And with a privileged welcome and the guarantee to have perfect seats, a night at a French theater will certainly be a highlight of your trip.

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About this place

14 rue Montgolfier, 75003 Paris

Sunday : 9:00 am - 23:00 pm
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Monday : 9:00 am - 23:00 pm Tuesday : 9:00 am - 23:00 pm Wednesday : 9:00 am - 23:00 pm Thursday : 9:00 am - 23:00 pm Friday : 9:00 am - 23:00 pm Saturday : 9:00 am - 23:00 pm Sunday : 9:00 am - 23:00 pm

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A night at a French theater

Why don’t you treat yourself to a theatre trip and experience some French culture from the comfort of a plush velvet chair?
And if you’re concerned about not understanding a word, don’t panic.
Thanks to the innovative technology and service developed by Theatre in Paris, French plays are now accessible to all.
English surtitles are projected right above the stage so you can now understand the story!
And in order to make this night a night to remember, each guest is welcomed by a member of Theatre In Paris and briefed on the play prior to the show.
You will also be guaranteed the best balcony seats for an unrivalled view of the stage and the surtitles.
The French love going to the theatre. Paris has a strong historical theatrical culture, where both classic plays from the 18th century (Molière) or modern plays are performed.
Paris has over 300 theatres and some of these venues truly are architectural wonders.
You can now spend a cultural evening amongst the locals, and be a real Parisian for a night…

Classic Play: Cyrano de Bergerac

Step into the romantic world of Cyrano de Bergerac.
Our swashbuckling hero, Cyrano, complete with his famously-prominent nose, fights against the odds and reveals himself to be just as effective with the sword as he is with his words.
He falls madly in love with his cousin, Roxane, only to find out that she loves another. Christian, a headstrong young soldier, as handsome as Cyrano is ugly, as dim-witted as Cyrano is sharp, has also fallen in love with Roxane...
Step into the grand auditorium of the Théâtre du Ranelagh, and prepare to be wowed by the ornate carved oak panelling adorning the orchestra and balconies, as well as the intricately decorated ceiling.
Looking around you it’s not hard to believe that this building is listed as one of Paris’ 'historical monuments'…
5 rue des Vignes, 75016 Paris - Metro: line 9

Comedy: Around the World in 80 days

This world famous adventure novel has been turned into a hilarious comedy!
The story of an earth circumnavigating race against the clock led by Phileas Fogg, an English gentleman, and Passepartout, his French valet.
Pursued by the London police officer Detective Fix, who is convinced that Fogg is responsible for the robbery of the Bank of England, this English adventurer hops from train, to ship, to elephant, crossing Egypt, India, Hong-Kong, Japan, San Francisco and New-York... 
This café théâtre, situated on Grands Boulevards, the epicentre of Parisian theatre, was created in 1896 during the Belle Époque, it was a place where music and theatre met, and artists such as Maurice Chevalier and Mistinguett made their first appearances.
In the 1950s the theatre was transformed into a cinema, however only a few decades later it was returned to its original form, and now it continues to be a hugely popular venue for the performing arts.
48 rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, 75010 Paris - Metro: lines 4 / 5 / 8 / 9

Modern Play: The Lie

Alice (Evelyne Bouix) has spotted one of her friend’s husbands with another woman and is faced with an agonising dilemma: should she tell her friend what she saw, or not? Paul (Pierre Arditi) tries to convince her that she should definitely hide the truth.
Thus he praises the art of lying… Is he doing so, just to stand up for his friend? Or is he, himself, also hiding something?
Or perhaps she is the one with a hidden agenda? Trying to trap him into confessing his lies in order to conceal her own? Hard to know… Some truths are not best left unsaid. Or is it the other way around?
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.
Today, under the direction of Bernard Murat, it continues to be an incredibly diverse theatre, that achieves a perfect balance of classical plays and new writing.
10 place Edouard VII, 75009 Paris - Metro: lines 3 / 7 / 8 / 12 / 14

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