Le Balzac

Champs Élysées and western Paris
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Le Balzac
Built in 1935 and boasting a mock ocean-liner foyer, Le Balzac scores highly for design and programming. Jean-Jacques Schpoliansky, the manager, is often found welcoming punters in person. The Balzac awards prizes according to audience votes.
Venue name: Le Balzac
Address: 1 rue Balzac
8e
Paris

Price: €9; €5-€7 reductions
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