L'origine du Casino de Paris remonte à 1730, lorsque Armand de vignerot, duc et maréchal de richelieu se fit construire une "folie" lieu ou il pouvait organiser des spectacles de son choix. Le quartier était à l'époque une vaste campagne plantée d'arbres...
Après presque trois siècles d'évolutions (guerre, incendie...), le Casino de Paris reçoit désormais des spectacles de toute nature, de la comédie musicale au one man show.
16, rue de Clichy
A theatre of exceptional size (1800 seats!), a sumptuous hall: inspired by the London Palladium, the Théâtre Mogador was born, in 1919, of the passion of Sir Alfred Butt for the cabaret dancer Régine Flory.
Since Stage Entertainment made it a place dedicated to huge musical theatre shows in 2005, Mogador has become Paris' answer to Broadway.
23, rue Mogador
Opened on 24 December 1929 for Christmas Eve, the Comédie de Paris Cabaret was built and decorated by the architect Pingusson at the foot of Montmartre Hill.
Since 2008, the Comédie de Paris has been directed by Jean-Pierre Bigard (also director of the Palais des Glaces), and offers a varied programme completely dedicated to humour, where new talents stand side by side for laughs and quality comedies.
42, rue Pierre Fontaine
The great theatre of Paris as we know it today was only built in 1891, it follows the straight line of a hall built in 1730 by Richelieu as a place to enjoy himself.
It can also boast some famous names among the actors who have performed at the Théâtre de Paris, bearing witness to its great reputation: Raimu, Pierre Fresnais, Ingrid Bergman, Romy Schneider, Alain Delon, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Bernard Giraudeau, Jean Piat, Richard Berry, etc.
15, rue Blanche
Located just opposite the Hotel R de Paris, this theatre offers an exclusive schedule dedicated to boulevard theatre and one-man shows.
Open all year round, it has been come a veritable temple of Parisian humour over the years, due to its accessible comic programming and the notoriety of the artists performing there. In the past it has welcomed OMAR and FRED, Max BOUBIL, Les Lascars Gays, and others.
40, rue de Clichy