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LA COMEDIE FRANÇAISE

Adresse : 1 Place Colette, 75001 Paris

Temps de trajet : 19 minute à pied, 25 minutes à pied + bus

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Tarif : 42€

La Comédie-Française ou Théâtre-Français est une institution culturelle française fondée en 1680 et résidant depuis 1799 salle Richelieu au cœur du Palais-Royal dans le 1er arrondissement de Paris.

Il est le seul théâtre national en France disposant d'une troupe permanente de comédiens, la Troupe des Comédiens-Français. Bien que mort depuis sept ans quand la troupe a été créée, Molière est considéré comme le « patron » de l'institution, surnommée la « Maison de Molière ». Le fauteuil dans lequel il entra en agonie lors d'une représentation du Malade imaginaire est toujours exposé au fond de la galerie des bustes, après le Foyer Public

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CRAZY HORSE

Address: 12 Avenue Georges V - 75008 Paris

Travel time: 32 minutes on foot, 25 minutes by bus

Opening hours: Sunday to Friday at 8 p.m. or 10:30 p.m.

Saturday at 7 p.m. or 9:30 p.m. or midnight.

Price: from € 87 to € 250.

The Crazy Horse, formerly called Crazy Horse Saloon, is a Parisian cabaret in the Champs-Élysées district located 12, avenue George-V, created in 1951 by Alain Bernardin. The name "Crazy Horse" is that, translated into English and thus passed down to posterity, of the Sioux chef Thasunka Witko, the decoration of the cabaret at its opening being supposed to be western style, with its room pasticating a saloon from the 1870s.

The show currently on stage in Paris is Totally Crazy

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OPERA GARNIER

Address: Place de l'Opéra, 75009 Paris

Travel time: 22 minutes on foot, 26 minutes by bus.

Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

The Opéra Garnier is a national theater which aims to be an academy of music, choreography and lyrical poetry; it is a major part of the heritage of the 9th arrondissement of Paris. It is located on Place de l'Opéra, at the north end of Avenue de l'Opéra and at the crossroads of many lanes.

It is accessible by metro (Opera station), by RER (line A, Auber station) and by bus. The building stands out as a monument particularly representative of the eclectic architecture and the historicist style of the second half of the 19th century. Based on a design by the architect Charles Garnier selected following a competition, its construction, decided by Napoleon III as part of the transformations of Paris carried out by the prefect Haussmann and interrupted by the war of 1870, was resumed at the beginning of the Third Republic, after the destruction by fire of the opera Le Peletier in 1873. The building was inaugurated on January 5, 1875 by President Mac Mahon under the Third Republic.

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