Théâtre Édouard VII

10 place Édouard VII - 75009 Paris
Ideally situated between the Madeleine and the Opéra Garnier, the Theatre Edouard VII is a leading Parisian theatre. Founded in the beginning of the 20th Century, it offers an exceptional architectural setting and its Bar Anglais is classed as an historic monument. The biggest artists have performed at the Theatre Edouard VII, such as Sacha Guitry, Sarah Bernhardt, Orson Welles, Vivian Leigh ... The varied programme alternates between classics (Guitry, Feydeau) and contemporary (Tennessee Williams, Florian Zeller, Sébastien Thiéry, Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre de la Patellière - Le Prénom). From September 2015, the Theatre Edouard VII has become "English friendly!" and from now on offers its performances with English subtitles for non-French speakers (in partnership with "Théâtre in Paris").

- Physical disability: level entrance or ramp, adapted collective toilet facilities equipped with a transfer bar and adapted sink, staircase alternatives as provided (lift, ramp). Reserved places.
- Visual impairment: no head-level obstacles in the corridors, stairs with tactile and visual contrasts before the first step down with continuous hand rail, information in large print, displayed at a reasonable height.
- Hearing impairment: booking and/or payment possible on the website.

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10 place Édouard VII
75009 Paris
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Meyerbeer (Opera), 4 Rue de la Chaussée d'Antin - 75009 Paris
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