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Théâtre Gérard Philipe

Theatre, Experimental Paris et sa banlieue
Théâtre Gérard Philippe
Elsa Pereira

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This town hall has quite a history. It was built in the early 1900s when it was used for a variety of purposes – prize-givings, political meetings and dances, as well as theatre productions. Jean Vilar and his troupe did a stint here in the 40s, albeit without much success. In 1960 the theatre was christened Gerard Philipe after the famous French comedian who’d passed away the year before. Gradually the place made a name for itself in Ile-de-France’s theatre scene and was eventually made a National Centre for the Creation and Dissemination of Dramatics (Centre dramatique national de création et de diffusion dramatiques). As well as staging musical performances, shows, and exhibitions, the theatre also offers training and workshops, teaching criticism as well as acting.




Address: 59 boulevard Jules Guesde
Transport: RER: Saint-Denis; Métro: Basilique de Saint-Denis; Bus: 168, 256 ou 268
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