Quality Hotel Abaca Messidor - Paris 15
330 rue de Vaugirard
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Le Théo-Théatre is a one stop destination for art lovers. It stages some of the finest plays that are abound in artistic excellence. Showcasing both upcoming and established artists the theater has both under its belt, classic fine arts and modern glimpses. The theater is regularly crowded by audiences of all ages and hence, is generally full to its seating capacity. Reserving a seat in time is advisable. Call for details.
Built in 1923, the Paris Expo at the Porte de Versailles is now the leading exhibition hall in France, alone hosting more than 200 events a year. The facilities here greet more than six million people a year and provides ample room, 220,000 square meters (2,368,080 square feet) to be exact, to house all their needs.
The cavernous Palais des Sports (Sports Arena) hosts hockey and basketball games, as well as large-scale musicals and rock concerts. Not to be confused (especially the night of the show!) with the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy, or POPB, whose administration runs the Palais des Sports, the venue is one of the primary spots for large-scale culture in Paris. The place can also be changed into a conference and meeting room.
This modern Parisian theater is situated in the 15th arrondissement. It is constructed with an elegant pyramid motif, mirroring the Louvre, and offers 456 seats. Its program is comprised primarily of dance and theatrical productions, with occasional musical events such as operas, classical concerts, and French songwriters. The Venue features a cafe/bar for refreshments throughout the show.
This prolific theater stages around 100 productions per year for children and adults alike. Espace Paris Plaine opened in 1973 and has featured a wide variety of acts throughout the years including marionettes, theater, song, and musical comedies. The theater is air conditioned and seats 282 people.
This auditorium is located within the prestigious and renowned medical institute of L'Institut Pasteur. Spread across an area of 520 square meters, it can seat upto 529 people. It also has the requisite audio-visual equipment. It hosts lectures, medical seminars, conferences and similar events. For complete details, check the website.
The Aire Falguière is a theater space devoted to contemporary creations and artists, willing to accommodate diverse exceptions to assist and function as a creative outlet. The intention of this venue is to help make today's voices heard, and it hosts music or spoken word performances, plays, readings of poetry and other works, workshops and classes, and art exhibitions. Available space accommodates up to 45 spectators, and all configurations encourage open interaction between artist and viewers.
In the 15th Arrondissement of Paris, the Forum de Grenelle is ideally situated and set up for hosting events; receptions, banquets, dances, exhibits, fashion shows, conferences, and meetings. In 700 square meters (7535 square feet) of total space, the Forum can host up to 700 guests who are sure to be impressed with the high ceilings (five meters/16.5 feet), grand entrance, and sweeping staircases leading to the rooms. Specialized personnel may be hired for events.
If some fun time is what you are looking at, you simply cannot go wrong with a booking at Magique, no matter what your taste. This multi purpose entertainment venue, hosts different types of musical concerts, events and other live shows staged by the likes of Emillie Marsh, Marc Havet and Jann Halexander. If performing arts is not your exact idea of fun, you can head straight to the bar and the dining area, to george up the scrumptious delights. The tiny dance floor, is perped up with jazzy lights and smart tunes to keep you swirling. All in all, Magique is your ticket to a rocking night out. Browse through the website for the schedule of the events taking place there.
A veritable "cité-ciné" (cinema city) from before the advent of the multiplexes using that name. The Entrepôt (Warehouse) boasts three theaters featuring mainly recent art films, as well as a restaurant and café, a bar, and a film-oriented bookstore. Shows run from 11a-10.30p daily.
This impressive event hall is a sought after location for a wide range of conferences, galas, cocktail parties, and more. It offers 1800 square meters (19,375 square feet) and a bevy of technological accommodations, such as 1000 spotlights and giant projector screens. The decor is strikingly modern, adding a touch of elegance to any occasion.
Created through an international collaboration of French, American, and Italian architects and inaugurated in 1958, the Maison de l'Unesco has stood as a symbol for world culture and cooperation for decades. The main building stands seven stories tall and is shaped like a three-pronged star, next to the cubical "accordion" structure for permanent delegations and non-governmental organizations. It hosts dance, opera, and concert performances, conferences and debates, festivals and celebrations. The Maison presents marvelous cultural opportunities to visitors and citizens of Paris.