The theatre is an intrinsic part of Parisian evenings. From legendary venues such as the Comédie Française or the Théâtre Edouard VII to more recent ones such as the Jamel Comedy Club, by way of magnificent playhouses such as the Théâtre de l’Odéon, the capital’s live performance scene remains dynamic, creative and diverse.


A very varied programme

Heir to a theatrical tradition that has been firmly rooted in the quarter since the 17th century, the Théâtre du Marais and its small, friendly hall are now turning to the most current forms of comedy. Stand-up and one (wo)man shows are increasingly in the spotlight with a programme that changes daily and features recurring performers who have established their careers there. Among the latter, in February you can discover Marc Rougé, Yohann Lavéant, Jessé or Victoria Pianoasso in shows that are hilarious, cutting-edge, tender or simply crazy.


Something for everyone

Everyone will find something to laugh about at the Théâtre du Marais. You can enjoy comedies like Moi, je joue! in which four performers blur the lines between the stage and ‘real’ life, interactive pieces where improvisation is in the spotlight such as Retour au collège, or even children's shows including La fée des chaussettes and Sorcière, pirate et crocodile. Depending on your preferences and schedule, you can enjoy performances in the morning, late afternoon or evening. You can book your seats in advance or simply decide at the last minute and enjoy a surprise!


The Paris France Hotel is located in the heart of the Marais, an exciting district that’s both steeped in history and at the forefront of culture. During your stay in Paris, why not treat yourself to an evening at the theatre, just a short stroll from the hotel? Venues such as the Théâtre du Marais are truly friendly and welcoming!


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Paris France Hotel, a 3-star hotel ideally located in the heart of Paris