Paradis Latin

Cabaret
Paris - Paradis Latin
Next performance: Sa 19 Oct 2019, 19:30

The Paradis Latin is a theater at number 28, rue du Cardinal Lemoine, in the Latin Quarter of Paris. The closest métro stations are Cardinal Lemoine and Jussieu. It was first built in 1803 and was initially called Théâtre Latin. It burned down but was rebuilt in 1887-1889 by Gustave Eiffel. It was closed around 1900, but was partially reconstructed and reopened in 1970. It is now a cabaret and goes by the name it received in January 1889, Paradis Latin.

 

Location

In the heart of Paris, in the fifth arrondissement, a stone’s throw from Notre-Dame and the Panthéon, 300 metres from the Tour d’Argent restaurant. Metro: Cardinal Lemoine or Jussieu. Parking: Maubert Saint-Germain.

 

A Completely Modular Room

In a quiet and delicate atmosphere the hall designed by Gustave Eiffel welcomes you every evening for an unforgettable show.
Mythical, and historic, it has crossed the ages and continues its legendary path with its 700 seats, its bar, its gilding and masterful metal architecture, not to mention its sumptuous hand painted cupola…

 

Main RoomUp to 500 people A room classified as a heritage site by the City of Paris.

The mezzanineThe Mezzanine at the Paradis Latin is more intimate with an excellent view of the stage. The maximum capacity is 200 people.

Angels BarThe Mezzanine overlooks the Angels Bar. The maximum capacity is 50 people.

Nico’s BarThe maximum capacity is 20 people.