You will find the bGare de l|est French classics written by renowned French playwrights such as Molire, as famous and farcical as Shakespeare! It's a great way to spend an evening learning about French culture and enjoying theater like a true Parisian, with the help of English subtitles.
With your ticket, you are guaranteed the best seats to view both the play and the subtitles. You will also receive a full-color program that contains details on the play, the actors, the playwright, and more. Its a perfect souvenir to quench your curiosity and to show your friends when you get home.
The host will then accompany you towards the ushers. Take a seat, lean back, and let yourself be enchanted by the intricate design and luxurious decorations of the most spectacular venues in the city. From the architecture of a listed historical monument commissioned by Marie Antoinette to the charm of an old Parisian caf thtre, each venue in Paris has a story. Its a unique chance which few visitors ever get to experience!After having explored the secrets of the venue, and sunk into plush seats, the curtain lifts, let the show begin! Every script is newly translated by bilingual theatre specialists. The subtitles are conveniently located above the stage and run in real-time to ensure that you dont miss a moment of the action.
So sit back, relax and enjoy the best of Parisian entertainment like never before.
Currently on show :
Cyrano de Bergerac (English Subtitles and Programme included) - 110 minutes
Set in the XVII century, this renowned classic depicts the story of Cyrano de Bergerac, famous for his prominent nose, and for being as skilled with his sword as he is with his words. One mans quest to woo his cousin...Or a tragic piece about master poet and sword-wielder who is brave in everything but love.
Molire's The Miser (English Subtitles and Programme included) - 110 minutes
Stirring things up since the 1600s, Molire, Frances most famous dramatist, penned this rip-roaring, ever popular piece about passion, penny-pinching, and family matters. The Miser has been adapted thousands of times, in various languages, but nothing compares to seeing this hilarious play in the original language of the master of Western theatre in a historical Parisian playhouse.