Top 10 plays to see in Paris this summer 2024

Top 10 plays to see in Paris this summer 2024
Top 10 plays to see in Paris this summer 2024

Refreshing comedies, moving dramas and original shows, the Parisian scene is full of talent and surprises. Immerse yourself in an unforgettable cultural experience and enjoy the theatrical effervescence of the French capital!

For the summer of 2024 in Paris, the theaters have an exceptional program in store for you! Discover our selection of the best plays to see in July and August. Unique creations, awarded or nominated for Molières, hilarious comedies, don’t miss the opportunity to live unique theatrical experiences and book your tickets now on Le Figaro Billetterie!

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Spoiled for choice

After the triumphs of Last cut of the scissors, The White Lady et Around the world in 80 daysfall for it Spoiled for choice at the Gaité Montparnasse!

Signed Sébastien Azzopardi and Sacha Danino, this interactive comedy puts you at the heart of the action. On his thirty-fifth birthday, Max understands that he has failed in life and asks the public for help in choosing his future. Love, work, friendship, family: every decision is in your hands.

Nominated for the Molières for best comedy, this play is not to be missed!

  • Spoiled for choice – Until January 30, 2025
  • Gaite Montparnasse Theater, 26 rue de la Gaîté, Paris 14

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It’s decided I’m becoming a bitch

Dolores is a reserved, even self-effacing woman. With the support of her friend Alex, a notorious seducer, she embarks on a surprising transformation to become an ideal woman… and an exasperating one! The goal? To capture the attention of men. Don’t miss this hilarious comedy by Élise Ponti, at the Comédie Oberkampf!

  • It’s decided I’m becoming a bitch – until September 29, 2024
  • The Oberkampf Comedy, 115 rue du Chemin vert, 75011 Paris

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Revelations

Dive into this 100% relaxing comedy where a family comes together to await the big announcement from Alice, the family’s talented lawyer. This revelation plunges her parents, Marie and Charles, as well as her brother Sébastien into amazement. Each in turn, they take advantage of the opportunity to reveal their own secrets. A domino effect begins, but what are these unexpected revelations?

  • Revelations – Until August 31, 2024
  • Passy Theater, 95 rue de Passy, ​​Paris 16

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Family dinner

Alexandre, 30, is getting married soon. For the occasion, he wants to ask his parents, separated since his birth, to be his witnesses on the big day. With a father who is a very Parisian TV host and a mother who is a provincial housewife, the reunion is likely to be eventful! Discover a must-see piece that is a hit at the Café de la Gare.

  • Family dinner – Until 1is February 2024
  • Station Cafe – 41 rue du temple, Paris 4

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Women are always right, men are never wrong!

Lucas and Julie are here to make you have an incredible evening. This interactive comedy aims to advise you on life as a couple and explains how to avoid pitfalls and find solutions to all the worries that your partner brings you on a daily basis!

  • Women are always right, men are never wrong ! – Until September 30, 2024
  • The Passage to the Stars -17 cité Joly, Paris 11

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Love is beautiful but it always goes to shit!

Julie and Julian are complete opposites! He is a calm, slightly old teacher, she is an immature artist who only thinks about laughing. After 10 years together, their strange romance ends on their wedding anniversary, the day they decide to sign the divorce papers. But that’s without counting on their friends who had planned a surprise party! How will this evening go?

  • Love is beautiful but it always goes to shit – Until August 8, 2024
  • The comedy of the Eleventh — 35 rue de Sedaine, Paris 11

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Love is beautiful but it always goes to shit at the Comedy of the Eleventh.
The Comedy of the Eleventh

Passport

Issa, a young Eritrean, has lost his memory after being left for dead in the Calais jungle. Armed with his passport, he begins his journey to apply for a residence permit, surrounded by his friends who have experienced the same journey full of pitfalls.

After the triumph ofEdmond Alexis Michalik continues to surprise us with a brand new creative gem!

  • Passport – Until January 5, 2025
  • Renaissance Theater — 20 boulevard Saint-Martin, Paris 10

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Women are perfect… Men do what they can

Lucas and Julie (a couple in the city as well as on stage), give you all the keys to better communicate, understand and support your other half. Ladies, come out as superheroes in the eyes of men, and gentlemen, be sure to charm women when you leave. This play, a sequel to the success of women are always rightcan be enjoyed independently, but once you’ve seen one, you won’t be able to resist discovering the other!

  • Women are perfect…Men do what they can – Until September 29, 2024
  • The Passage to the Stars — 17 cité Joly, Paris 11

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How to become a Parisian in one hour

The perfect training to become a Parisian! Passing through Paris? It’s the perfect time to laugh at the behavior of Parisians… Show 100% in English, come with your foreign friends and enjoy the international atmosphere!

  • How to become a parisian in one hour – Until December 31, 2024
  • Theater of New Releases – 24 boulevard Poissonnière, Paris 9

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For better or for worse

This is the love story between a hypersensitive woman and a vulnerable and shy man. Lack of communication and misunderstandings could lead them to separation, unless those around them get involved and love finds its expression through laughter.

  • For better or for worse – Until December 22, 2024
  • Café de la Gare – 41 rue du temple, Paris 4

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