Visit : Theatre/Opera
Théâtre Royal du Parc
© Théâtre Royal du Parc, Fondation d'Utilité Publique
Rue de la Loi 3
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The Théâtre Royal du Parc in Brussels invites you to take a look at its programme and come and take a seat soon. This evening's show is about to start.
The Théâtre Royal du Parc in Brussels
The Théâtre Royal du Parc is a theatre situated right by Brussels Park, opposite the Federal Parliament, and near to the Royal Palace.
The Théâtre Royal du Parc was built in 1782 in compliance with the plans of the architect Louis Montoyer. During this time, the Théâtre du Parc would be used as an annexe for the Théâtre de la Monnaie, and where young comedians would begin their career.
Today, it is where the best francophone comedians are applauded.
This season's calendar is available on the website (link in French).
Why not eat at the theatre before the show?
The Théâtre Royal du Parc has its own bistro, the Bistro du parc. Bookings are recommended. More information here (link in French)
The Théâtre Royal opens its doors to you
Organise an event in the theatre or in a specific section of it. Different sections can be hired out to suit your liking and your needs.
More information can be found here (link in French).
Silence...the show is about to start at the Théâtre Royal du Parc in Brussels.
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