Comfort Hotel Gare de L'Est Paris 10
31, boulevard de Strasbourg
Paris, 75 010
Phone: (33) 1 47702500
Fax: (33) 1 47703217
31, boulevard de Strasbourg, Paris, FR, 75 010
- Phone: (33) 1 47702500
- Fax: (33) 1 47703217
Come by to the Brady to watch a movie (or two). The movies belong to all imaginable categories. They range from old to new, from suspense to action, are often cult classics or B-movies. You can see two films for a price lower than what you'd pay for just one film in most other theaters.
This cinema has two screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
This icon theater was constructed in the 10th arrondissement of Paris in 1866 as Théâtre des Menus-Plaisirs. Through the years these hallowed walls have hosted plays by many greats of modern theater: Sartre, Courteline, Corneille, and Duras among others. Today Théâtre Antoine hosts a variety of critically acclaimed productions, focusing upon contemporary drama and comedy. The venue has seats for 875 people.
Located within the Théâtre L'Archipel, Salle Bleue is an exciting theater room. Accommodating approximately 150 guests, the blue room also features a cozy bar that can accommodate up to 50 guests standing. The experience of watching the different plays, concerts, musical renditions, and to add to it, a drink to accompany you, is truly magical. The bar is open to the audiences even after the performances to socialize and have a great time. Visit the website for schedules and detailed information.
L' Archipel is a movie theater, live music venue and rental space, all rolled into one. It has a couple screens for your viewing pleasure. It also has a hall that hosts music concerts and other events. For film times, ticket prices and event information, check their website.
If salsa fever strikes while in Paris, head to Le Globo and start shaking those hips! Every Friday and Saturday night, 20-something Latin-music lovers turn out at this hopping nightclub to salsa, merengue, or rumba until the break of day. Don't let the "dance-in-the-school-gym" décor of the place throw you – there's quality music and dancing to be had here, not to mention an exceptionally spacious dance floor. Best of all, from 8-10p, salsa lessons (included in the price of the cover) are offered for all levels, and sometimes the club features a live band. Vive la danse! -Barbara Diggs
Located in Paris, this is a renowned and historic theater. Formerly a casino, it was changed to a theater in 1981. While the theater hosts a variety of shows, comic shows are the staple fare here and it is renowned for this. Check the website for more information.
This classy exposition hall is situated in the historic Tapis Rouge, originally constructed in 1784. It features 1500 square meters (16,145 square feet) of space and hosts a variety of events including conferences, conventions, exhibitions, gala events, and fashion shows.
With a complex history of show business, renovations, changes in fortune, rivalries, and successes dating back to 1858, the Théâtre Comedia continues to entertain the people of Paris with ambitious and eclectic programming. Before 2000, it was known as l'Eldorado, alternately a stage for concerts, comics, and cinema. The current building was constructed in the 1930s, and retains the style of the era. The venue seats 994 with a foyer and bar to welcome the audience.
Théâtre du Petit Saint-Martin is a great venue for catching the latest theater productions. Apart from well-scripted plays, the venue also stages music and ballet shows by upcoming and established artists and groups. Whether its a good play, music concert or dance show, this venue plays host to some of the most happening events around town. Catch the latest in contemporary performing arts at this compact venue.
With an architectural footprint very similar to that of Paris' Opéra, Théâtre de la Renaissance was born of Victor Hugo and Alexandre Dumas' desire for a theater dedicated to romantic dramas. Constructed in 1838, Théâtre de la Renaissance has a prestigious history of splendid shows and big names that continues into the present. The theater sparkles with ornate ivory and gold toned embellishments and features 740 comfortable red seats.
Along with the Duc des Lombards, this is one of the two great Parisian jazz clubs. The greatest have played here. Bigger than the average jazz room (600 seats), it isn't content to present European jazz players and the temperature often rises to the beat of American artists. It's also a great place for excellent salsa and bossa nova music: lovers of latino rhythms and world music are not forgotten. Highly recommended to jazz fanatics.