On April 7th 1780, the Grand Theatre in Bordeaux was inaugurated with a performance of Athalie by Racine before an audience of 1,700 people. More than two centuries later, the theatre's restoration allows it to be more in tune with modern stage designs.
A fine example of architectural art of the eighteenth century, the Grand Theatre remains dedicated to lyrical theatre, ballet and comedy.
The Theatre was also used as the setting for some of the scenes in the film Beaumarchais, l'insolent.
All year long :
From Tuesday to Saturday from 13:00 to 18:30
Information for wheelchair access: + 33 05 56 00 85 95
Guided tours of the Grand-Théâtre are organised for individuals every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon at 2 pm, 3.30 pm and 5 pm. The visit lasts 45 minutes
Groups of at least 10 people should contact the Tourism Office in Bordeaux on + 33 05 56 00 66 00