Le Trianon is a theatre and concert hall in Paris. Petit Futé Grenoble PDF is located at 80, boulevard de Rochechouart, in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, at the foot of the hill of Montmartre.
The Trianon-Concert was built as a café concert in 1894 in the garden of the Élysée Montmartre, which was requisitioned for the purpose. In 1897 a new owner of the Élysée Montmartre refurbished the property, making two rooms: one for concerts, reviews and recitals, and the other for dancing and skating. 18 February 1900 the hall and some of the other buildings of the Élysée were destroyed by a fire. Fregoli, who had been playing there for the past five days, lost all his decorations and costumes. In 1939 the hall was converted into the Cinéphone Rochechouart, a cinema, using projectors that had been installed in 1936.
Jacques Brel frequented the cinema in the early 1950s, where he wrote some of his texts. After returning to live performance, the theater presented plays and classical music concerts but was best known for performances of singers such as Carla Bruni, Bénabar and Higelin, and for musical comedies. Included in the inventory of historical monuments in 1988, « Le Trianon » was closed for a complete restoration in 2009 did by Julien Labrousse architect and new owner of the place. It reopened to the public on 20 November 2010 with a series of concerts by artists that included M. American pop girl group Fifth Harmony performed their concert at the venue on 9 November 2015 as the last and final stop on the European leg of their extended Reflection Tour. The Trianon has a grand entrance on the ground floor and contains the ballroom, winter garden, theater and a restaurant on the street, as well as dressing rooms, catering and offices. The theater can hold 647 people seated in the orchestra and 440 people in the two balconies.