The Casino de Paris, located at 16, rue de Clichy, in the 9th arrondissement, is one of the well known music halls of Paris, with a history dating back to the 18th century. Contrary to what the name might suggest, it is a performance venue, not a gambling house. The closest métro/RER stations are Liège, Trinité – d'Estienne d'Orves, and Haussmann – Saint-Lazare.A visit to Casino De Paris represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Paris trip planner to plot your vacation.
The first building at this location where shows could be mounted was erected by the Duc de Richelieu around 1730, while after the Revolution the site was renamed Jardin de Tivoli and was the venue for fireworks displays. In 1880 it became the Palace Theatre, which housed shows of different types, including wrestling.
It was at the beginning of the First World War, however, that the modern Casino de Paris began to take shape, when the venue was converted into a cinema and music hall. The bombardments of the First World War caused performances to be interrupted, and it is when they resumed that the revue format which lasted through a good part of the twentieth century was established.
Over the decades, performers who have played the Casino de Paris have included Mistinguett, Maurice Chevalier, Josephine Baker, Micheline Bernardini, Tino Rossi, Line Renaud, Shakin' Stevens, Carla Bruni, Violetta Villas, and Zizi Jeanmaire; writers who have contributed work have included Serge Gainsbourg and Jean Ferrat; Yves Saint Laurent designed for the Casino in the 1970s, and poster artists have included Erté and Jules Chéret.
Casino De Paris Reviews
Priscilla queen of the desert was absolutely amazing. Visiting from England but show very enjoyable - all songs are in English with some additions not in the original production. If you know the... more »
Young male ushers are hostile if you have an English accent. My partner who has worked as a multilingual translator for years in France and England was told when he asked in French for help finding... more »
Nice space for a concert. Plus, it's fun to bring beer into a swanky concert hall.
I attended a metal concert in this theatre and I have to say: the accustic was actually really good. Feels like a comfortable place to enjoy a live show. It never felt too cramped or too hot inside. The staff at the entrance is also very nice. You'll find a small bar and a cloakroom.
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