La Gaîté Lyrique is situated where the former Théâtre de la Gaîté was and has combined the original theater's facade into its new existence. This contemporary music and digital arts center opened in 2010. La Gaîté Lyrique is a seven-storeyed building with the first five available to the public while the last two are private, including artisan shops. This huge space has three performance venues, various exhibition spaces, a resource center, video gaming area and artist rooms. Majority of these areas are adaptable and movable such as the dressing rooms and offices. You'll find concerts, lectures, films, and workshops at La Gaîté Lyrique.
Still extremely well preserved thanks to numerous renovations, the Grand Rex (1936) is the last of the grand old movie houses in Paris. Étoiles du Rex (Stars of the Rex) guided tours are a must for all cinephiles. A definite must-visit theater. The theater is designed with art deco style of architecture with intricate detailing, leaving every visitor in awe. It is well-equipped with light and acoustic facilities making sure each show hosted here is a phenomenal one.
Creato nel 1889, questo cabaret è conosciuto in tutto il mondo per offrire spettacoli del famoso can can francese, immortalato per sempre nei quadri del pittore francese Touluse-Lautrec. Oggi, il suo famoso mulino rosso continua orgogliosamente a godere la vista del quartiere di Pigalle. Escogitate negli anni trenta dal cantante di cabaret Mistinguette, le stravaganze qui si svolgono in un magnifico set, costumi lussuosi e una magnifica compagnia internazionale di ballerini. Si consiglia di concedersi uno splendido pasto e una grande serata di spettacoli in una delle più famose attrazioni de Parigi. Si richiede abbigliamento consono.
Le Point-Virgule, a comedy theater in the Marais district, the historical quarter of the capital, features comics all year, and in particular during its renowned Humor Festival in late summer. One-man-shows, sketches, impressions, improvisation, musical shows, the program here is rich and varied, the setting, a pleasant and typical one. Every summer, a humorous festival is organized with more than 80 artists.
L'Opéra Garnier, che prese il nome dall'architetto che la progettò nel 1862, venne resa immortale dallo scrittore Gaston Leroux nel suo "Il fantasma dell'opera". L'architettura ha elementi barocchi, classici, greci e dello stile napoleonico. Decorato con mosaici, il foyer è dotato di una cupola dipinta dal pittore Marc Chagall e una scala rococo impressionante, che conduce al fantastico spazio della reception del teatro. All'esterno quattro statue di pietra rappresentano le allegorie della "Musica", "Poesia Lirica", "Teatro Lirico" e "Danza". Da quando aprì la opera Bastiglia, la Opéra Garnier si è concentrata sul balletto.
The enduring classics of European and French theater (including, always, a little Moliere), are presented here by France's most prestigious troupe of actors (founded in 1680). At the Comédie Française, established in the Palais-Royal in 1790, theatergoers needn't worry about the quality of the production or the grandeur of the setting. The theater's interiors are both intimate and bombastic, and what's more, you can see Moliere's own chair in the foyer during the intermission.
The Commons Farm which is also known as La Ferme des Communes in the local language is the cultural center. A number of local artists perform to exhibits their talent. It has a decent seating which can accommodate a number of people with good light and acoustic arrangements. Do visit the center if you want a local culture experience.
Located within the sprawling theme park of Disneyland Paris, the Disney Village provides exciting entertainment through its various features. It hosts regular live concerts that appeal to all age groups, web radio entertainment for preschoolers and kids, the Gaumont Cinema Complex, the IMAX 3D theater and the Panor Magique, a hot air ballooning adventure. Besides, there are plenty of dining options, shops to take home your favorite toys and arcade-style recreation areas.
Concealed within the bustling Disney Village in Chessy, the dome is a 19,127 square-foot (2,177 square meters) event space that can handle pretty much anything that you can throw at it. The venue's amenities are truly world-class and also features a fabulous disco, a extravagant dinner hall, and a full-service cocktail bar.
This Gothic style college that was built in the 12th century, is one of the beautiful churches in the city. The architecture of Collégiale Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption is stunning and regarded as one of the most significant structures in the history of Crecy-la-chapelle. The space is also available for private events. Call ahead for detailed information.
Espace Charles Vanel is where the international divas and artistes descend to perform before the fun-loving people of Lagny-sur-Marne. Known across the art circles for its eccentric and quirky program, this venue has come a long way. Whether it is music, dance, theater or art that appeals to your aesthetic senses, the rich and diverse repertoire here will surely have something to suit your palate.
Les Varietes has 4 new screens. Screen 1 seats 350 and has disabled access. Screen 2 seats 115 and has disabled access. Screen 3 seats 115 and has installed loop-hearing for the hard of hearing. Screen 4 seats 350 and has disabled access. The cinema has its own bar.