Paris: Le Trianon

Country: France
Region: Île-de-France
Department: Paris
City: Paris
Location: XVIII.; 80, boulevard de Rochechouart

Opened 1894 as "Trianon-Concert". 1900 destroyed by fire, wth only the façade remaining. Subsequently rebuilt by Joseph Cassien-Bernard and re-opened 1902 as "Trianon-Théâtre". 1903 renamed "Théâtre Victor-Hugo", 1906 renamed "Trianon-Lyrique", later "Le Trianon". 1939 converted into a cinema. Cinema closed 1992. Re-opened in the 2000s as a live theatre and music venue. 2009-2010 major renovations. 1087 seats.

Links:, EUTA, CinemaTreasures, Wikipedia

Paris: Le Trianon Picture: left: Cabaret Bruant, right: Théâtre Victor-Hugo (Trianon)
Front Text: "Montmartre. - Le Cabaret Bruant et le Théâtre Victor-Hugo (Boulevard Rochechouart)."
Publisher: G. C. A., Paris; 606
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: within Paris, 1905

Paris: Le Trianon Front Text: "Paris - Théâtre Trianon", inscription: "Trianon"
Publisher: P. Marmuse, Paris; 361
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Paris to Nantes, 1912

Paris: Le Trianon Front Text: "Grand Jardin de l'Élysée Montmartre, Tous les soirs, Trianon-Concert, 80, Boul.d Rochechouart, Spectacle varié", signed: Georges Meunier
Reverse Text: "Vieilles affiches 1800-1900. Imprimé à Paris"
Type: 1990s postcard reproduction of an 1895 poster (see Commons)
Publisher: Editions SDAC, Paris
Size: Modern
Sent: from Paris to Prato (Italy), 1994

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