Comfort Hotel Saint Pierre
10, rue de Clignancourt
Phone: (33) 1 42234800
Fax: (33) 1 42234020
10, rue de Clignancourt, Paris, FR, 75018
- Phone: (33) 1 42234800
- Fax: (33) 1 42234020
Set de la Butte is a versatile venue situated in Paris' 18th arrondissement. It features a varied program with acts ranging from theater to concerts to children's readings. The ambiance is warm and welcoming and the decor features red walls and industrial beams.
Designed by Henry Zipcy Louxor - Palais du Cinéma opened its doors in 1920. The luxuriously designed cinema was themed around the 1917 hit Cleopatra. For long it struggled to find an success and popularity, eventually, however it become a hub to rarer and more exotic movies. After a failed attempt to moonlight as a hep nightclub, the theater lay largely forgotten by Parisians who had clearly moved on to better things. However, in 2013 it was purchased and renovated without changing the Egyptian theme. Let's hope, this time, Louxor - Palais du Cinéma sees a better future.
This museum opened in 1986 in the Halle Saint-Pierre, a metallic structure typical of the 19th Century built at the foot of the Montmatre Hill. With 600 works of art, the collection assembled by Max Fourny is very representative of the 1970s naïve art. It is the only museum in Paris dedicated to this unique art form. To emphasize its specificity, temporary exhibitions focus on themes and art movements going beyond the academic norm.
This jazz bar and restaurant is situated in Montmartre, the 18th arrondissement of Paris. It has pink tablecloths, red benches, and bohemian accents that contribute to its warm, casual atmosphere.
This vibrant and varied event hall is situated in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. It consists of an elegant wood theater with a balcony, and it features a diverse program including theatrical productions, operas, classical concerts and musicals.
This _ theater is situated in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. Théâtre de l'Atalante is directed by Alain Alexis Barsacq, who comes from a long line of theatrical entrepreneurs. The theater specializes in cutting edge contemporary productions, prizing its investment in rare plays.
This theater was established in 1822 as a venue for vaudeville acts, and then renovated in 1907 and 1922. It has the distinction of being one of the few 19th Century Parisian theaters still open today. It prides itself as a venue dedicated to poetry and reflection, and refuses to cede to commercial temptations. The hall seats 563 people.
Centre Fleury Goutte d'Or-Barbara has kept the cultural life of the Parisians quite eventful. Bands of local rock, pop, reggae, rap, flunk and R&B artists shake up the 1500 square meters (16,145 square feet). of concert hall. With a modern recording studio and seven rehearsal studios, an exhibition hall, a bar and a meeting room, this venue has virtually become a musical hub inside Paris. Drop in here and find your favorite local artists frequenting this place with their bands. To add to the fun is its proximity from a lot of restaurants and bars.
Soft Jazz music and the 1925 décor glorify the old world charm at Le Relais de Montmartre restaurant. Situated at the foot of Montmartre Hill, this restaurant offers traditional cuisine and the cozy ambience will make your evening more delightful. Located just a few steps away from the Moulin Rouge, this brasserie becomes ideal for tourists and locals. After dinner, enjoy a good show of cabaret and some fine performances at the Moulin Rouge.
Cargo 21 is a unique art space, situated in the Goutte d'Or neighborhood of Paris. It is a place where cultures, ethnic identities and art forms blend beautifully. Cargo 21 showcases the best of folk art, fine art and a variety of other art forms, in its exhibitions that take place throughout the year. Serving as a fantastic platform for artists from round the globe, Cargo 21 is a premier arts venue of the city. L' Echomusee, the annual Haitian art expo at Cargo 21 is one of the most prominent art events of the city. Visit website for further information.
Opened in 1887, La Cigale used to be one of the major dancing places at the beginning of the 19th Century. The decor is typical with its original moldings, partly renewed and painted in red and black, which gives the place a modern touch. Today, this major pop concert venue also hosts musicals, comedians, theater and various other acts in the lively if seedy Pigalle neighborhood, not far from the Moulin-Rouge at the foot of Montmartre.
This 18th-arrondissement Parisian theater is dedicated to discovering and exhibiting fresh contemporary talents. It offers a variety of performances including theatrical productions, dance, concerts, poetry readings, and mime.