The Trianon hall is certainly a marvel. An Italian styled theatre which has been magnificently restored, which in addition to providing artists and the public with an amazing environment, also adds a special touch to concerts thanks to high quality acoustics.
Built in 1894, this place which was known as the Trianon-Concert at the time, presently reflects the charm of the good old days in spite of more than a century of successive conversions. The property was destroyed after a fire in 1900 and took the name of Trianon-Theatre once its reconstruction was completed in 1902, before being named the Victor Hugo Theatre a year later to focus on classical plays. It focused on operettas next, in 1908, this time under the name Trianon-Lyrique. The hall played a role in the glorious return of the music hall in the thirties and witnessed performances given by the greatest artists of the time. The era, however, was a rather brief one since the venue was transformed into a cinema named the Cinephone Rochechouart in 1938. In 1992, it was a hall had been worn out by the passage of time but was finally reconnecting with its origins and opening its doors to concerts and theater once again. After extensive renovation works that ended in 2010, visitors were surprised to discover a splendid and renewed Trianon ready to welcome over 1 000 spectators.
Although its programming mainly consists of French and international artists, the Trianon also hosts more varied events such as fashion shows or recordings of TV broadcasts.
Are you driving to the Trianon? In order to be able to park close to the Trianon easily, we particularly recommend the Anvers-Montmartre car park. Located on the Rochechouart boulevard beside the Anvers station, it will enable you to reach the Trianon in just 3 minutes on foot and will provide constant security for your vehicle.