Theatre has been a popular literary genre since its inception. In Paris, theatres are seen as an architectural art of predilection. This can be explained by the fact that most of these halls reflect the very history of the theatre as well as the famous opera. So much so that the theatrical art is a living spectacle just like the show, it must be housed in a hall of undeniable beauty. The theatre in Paris welcomes many spectators in a room that is both warm and singular. The specificity of each hall is that it features artistic figures and sometimes an old-fashioned charm that makes it even more interesting. Discover above the most beautiful theatres in Paris.

Théâtre du Bouffe du Nord hosts several shows in a sumptuous hall

This theatre is preparing to host many Jazz and dance festivals besides being a theatre. It is located at Boulevard de la Chapelle in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris. It is in fact an abandoned theater that was reopened in 1974 after a rehabilitation. You can even see films in this room nowadays. A little gothic, this theater attracts many tourists with its rustic balusters that testify to the old times. The chairs are not numbered and the price is unique and accessible to all.

The Ranelagh and Chatelet Theatre

The Ranelagh Theatre is a theatre in Paris very appreciated by the King's court. It is also an exhibition hall, a music room and an art cinema that welcomes spectators in a red carpet with royal red chairs and a wooden wall accentuating the warm and spectacular color of the hall. Moreover, the theatre of Le Chatelet is very impressive thanks to its acoustics so famous as well as its vastness with an Italian look. It is located in the 1st district of Paris.

The Trianon and the Théâtre de l'Athénée Louis-Jouvet

Very refined, the theatre Le Trianon is simply majestic with large oval windows and infinite ceiling height. This room has a beautiful and unique decoration, woodwork and velvet embellish the interior even more. You will immediately be bewitched by its warm atmosphere with a huge metal frame. It is located in 80 Boulevard de Rochechouart in the 18th arrondissement. As for the Athénée Louis-Jouvet theater, it stands out for its Italian-printed architecture with a surprising entrance. In 1995, this hall was classified as a historical monument. It is located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, 7 rue Boudreau. It is a remarkable and beautiful place.