• L'Opéra Comique © Photo: Citadelles&Mazenod - Sabine Hartl & Olaf-Daniel Meyer

  • L'Opéra Comique, Paris

  • L'Opéra Comique, Paris

  • L'Opéra Comique, Paris

  • L'Opéra Comique © Photo: Citadelles&Mazenod - Sabine Hartl & Olaf-Daniel Meyer

  • L'Opéra Comique © Photo: Citadelles&Mazenod - Sabine Hartl & Olaf-Daniel Meyer

  • L'Opéra Comique, Paris

  • L'Opéra Comique © Photo: Citadelles&Mazenod - Sabine Hartl & Olaf-Daniel Meyer

Opéra Comique

Paris, France

Among the oldest French dramatic and musical institutions, the Opéra Comique was founded in 1714 under the reign of Louis XIV.

In 1783, the Opéra Comique moved into a theater named after a famous librettist, Charles-Simon Favart. The Salle Favart burnt down twice and was rebuilt on the same site. The Opéra Comique was granted the third Salle Favart in 1898.

Event Dates

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Address

Opéra Comique
1 Place Boieldieu
75002 Paris
France
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Transport

Metro:
Station Richelieu-Drouot (lines 8 and 9) or Quatre-Septembre (line 3)

RER:
Station Auber (RER A)

Bus:
Lignes 20, 27, 39, 48, 52, 67, 74, 85, 95

Car:
Parking garages Chauchat Drouot and Bourse

Parking : in partnership with parking Chauchat Drouot, benefit from a set price of € 5 for your evening from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. (voucher must be picked up at the shop of the Opéra Comique).

Seating Information

Salle Bizet, 500 Seats