The Bobino Theater takes its name from a famous Italian clown who animated the Luxembourg Garden in the 1810s. Famous music hall in the 1870s, Bobino became, 60 years later, the main place of the left bank devoted to the song.
From Edith Piaf to Georges Brassens, through Léo Ferré, Barbara and Joséphine Baker, Bobino hosted the big names of the French song of the 60's and 70's.
In 2010, under the leadership of the new owner Jean-Marc Dumontet, the theater revives its historical vocation by programming one-man shows, concerts and musicals and various show-cases.
20 rue de la Gaite 75014 Paris
The Rive Gauche theater is a private Parisian theater, located at 6, rue de la Gaîté in the 14th arrondissement of Paris.
Former cabaret of Montparnasse turned into a cinema, the room became the Rive Gauche theater in 1994, replacing the big theater of Edgar created in 1986 by Alain Mallet. The facade decor, made for reopening in 1994, is a creation of the French painter Pierre Clayette. The deterioration of the original facade necessitated its reconstitution in 2008.
6 rue de la Gaité 75014 Paris