Comédie-Française - Salle Richelieu

Place Colette - 75001 Paris Louvre
Since its opening in 1680, more than 1,000 authors and 2,600 pieces have been added to the repertoire at the Comédie-Française. The Salle Richlieu, a theatre built by architect Victor Louis on rue de Richelieu and opened in 1790, has an Italianate auditorium with some 860 seats. Several alternating productions are programmed here each week.

Did you know?
By hosting the 4th Olympic Congress in 1906, the Comédie-Française theatre played a major role in Olympic history, being the venue where the International Olympic Committee decided to include artistic competitions in the Games programme, thus marking the rise of artistic expression in the commitment to the Games.


Réduction accordée à la personne handicapée sur présentation d'un justificatif.


Guided visits available at weekends.


Prices vary according to the programme.


Annual closure from the end of July to the start of September.


Opening times according to the programme.


  • Educational activities
  • Shop/bookshop
  • Restaurant


Offer adapted to disabled people
Hearing impairment

- Physical disability: visit the venue upon booking to allow better access to the venue.
- Visual impairment: audio description headsets available for certain performances (free).
- Hearing disability: subtitles for certain shows, hearing aids available.
- Mental disability: tailored welcome and prices.
Disability service: +33 (0)1 44 58 15 02 Monday to Friday from 11am to 6pm - [email protected] - In collaboration with Accès Culture.

Paris for people with disabilities


Place Colette
75001 Paris
Parking lot
Pyramides, 27 Rue des Pyramides - 75001 Paris
Croix des Petits Champs, 14-20 Rue Croix des Petits Champs - 75001 Paris
Public transportation
1Palais-Royal Musée du Louvre
CMusée d'Orsay
2181684827Palais Royal - Comedie Francaise

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