The Birthplace of Music-Hall
A true symbol of Parisian life and French pleasure, it is the birthplace of the Music Hall. Opened just before the 1870 war under the name of “Folies Trévise”, and it is only in September 13, 1972 that it takes “Folies Bergere” as its new name.
The Music-Hall revue has always been the main Folies Bergeres’s programs during the 20th century, putting women at the core of this kind of show, using costumes, decorations and effects on the stage.
Joséphine Baker was in head of Super Folies revues in 1936, and greatest artists (as Charlie Chaplin, Stan Laurel, WC Fiels, but Mistinguett, Maurice Chevalier, Josephine Baker, Charles Trenet, Jean Gabin and Fernandel) did enter this place to be part of this legendary Paris theater.
The Music Hall legend is still present in this cabaret that we recommend you to discover. Find Folies Bergeres’s every night program, and book your place without waiting on their website: www.foliesbergere.com
|Address:||32 Rue Richer, Paris|
|Phone:||+33 1 44 79 98 60|
|Hours:||vary according to showtimes|