Théâtre Mogador


Inspired by English music halls, and especially the London Palladium, the Théâtre Mogador was inaugurated in 1919 in the presence of the (future) American President, Franklin D. Roosevelt. It has since been classified an historical monument of France.

Originally the home of ballet, the theatre became a showcase for reviews and operettas from the 1930s, hosting the incredibly successful show Ça, c’est Paris featuring celebrated actress Mistinguett.

In the following years, the venue welcomed some of the world’s greatest artists, from Russian ballet to Sting, French singing legend Barbara to The Rolling Stones.

In 2005, Stage Entertainment transformed it into a venue for musicals. Since then, this historical venue has hosted most of the world’s biggest musicals, from The Lion King to Grease and Chicago.


Théâtre Mogador
25 Rue de Mogador,
75009 Paris


  • Line 12 Trinité-d'Estienne D'Orves


  • Line E Haussmann Saint-Lazare

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