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Sam was an Australian, and like many of us, delighted by all things "Parisian" since he was a little kid. So like any good 'francophile' would, he packed his bags and moved to Paris!
He even moved in with a French man named Carl. While Carl was off doing typical Parisian things- drinking wine, eating baguettes, wearing berets, and most importantly, going to the theatre, Sam was stuck in Australian bars, with Australian people, and drinking Australian beer like most tourists and expats, since the beautiful French language is rather difficult to master.
Luckily, Carl, contrary to what you might believe, is a welcoming, open-minded French person! He wanted to include his English speaking friend in his favourite Parisian activities.
Thus was born the dream of Theatre in Paris: rendering France's vibrant, Broadway-quality theatre scene accessible to everyone!
Theatre le Ranelagh Reviews
Usually when I am in Paris, I go to a play by Moliere. Dom Juan at this theatre fit into my schedule. The good news, there were English “sub-titles” displayed, and the translation was beautiful. The b... more »
Je m'y suis rendu pour la première fois de ma vie à l'occasion d'une soirée privée. C'est un "théâtre de poche" avec une salle sans doute pour 200 à 300 personnes. J'ai lu qu'il fut inauguré en 1900 m... more »I went there for the first time in my life during a private evening. It is a "Pocket Theatre" with a room probably for 200 to 300 people. I read that it was inaugurated in 1900 but it was late on its time (because we are far from the Art Nouveau symbolized by the theatre of the Champs-Elysées); Here we are in the late style Viollet-le-Duc, neo-Gothic and it is worth admiring the carved woodwork, undoubtedly in the solid wood. Warm and really beautiful (even if it is already cheesy for the time of construction). That said everything else is in ruins (the toilets are in a lamentable state); the home is so cramped that we could not hold it; It takes stairs to get down into the room and back up. A complete renovation is required!
Beautiful theatre, however it seems like it’s stuck in time and needs a bit of an update to really bring the history to life. They include English subtitles in the play we saw which was a delightful bonus.
I loved the theater and the service there was nice. I can only recommend it.
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