Claude Lévi-Strauss Theatre

Claude Lévi-Strauss Theatre © Musée du quai Branly, photo by Nicolas Borel (detail)

 

The Claude Lévi-Strauss Theatre includes three complementary spaces: auditorium, foyer and open-air theatre. The large capacity and full technical facilities of the auditorium provide an optimal working environment.  In addition, the foyer adjoining the auditorium allows you to arrange catering beside windows that overlook the open-air theatre in the heart of the garden. The configuration of the theatre’s internal space can be altered thanks to the curtains designed by Naoki Takizawa for Issey Miyake.

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auditorium

 

 

 

 

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Auditorium in the Claude Lévi-Strauss Theatre © Musée du quai Branly, photo by Nicolas Borel
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Auditorium in the Claude Lévi-Strauss Theatre © Musée du quai Branly, photo by Nicolas Borel
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Auditorium in the Claude Lévi-Strauss Theatre © Musée du quai Branly, photo by Nicolas Borel
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Auditorium in the Claude Lévi-Strauss Theatre © Musée du quai Branly, photo by Jacques Rostand
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Auditorium in the Claude Lévi-Strauss Theatre © Musée du quai Branly, photo by Nicolas Borel
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Auditorium in the Claude Lévi-Strauss Theatre © Musée du quai Branly, photo by Nicolas Borel

foyer

The foyer is built around the auditorium and opens onto the open-air theatre, offering guests a moment of relaxation before or after the events.

Ideal for cocktails or a seated dinner, with catering and bar and bar available. Can be used separately or in conjunction with an event in the auditorium.

 

 

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Gaz de France evening, foyer and theatre © Musée du quai Branly, photo Marc Vigneau-Desmarest
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Gaz de France evening, open-air theatre © Musée du quai Branly, photo Marc Vigneau-Desmarest
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Open-air theatre © Musée du quai Branly, photo by Lois Lammerhuber
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Open-air theatre © Musée du quai Branly, photo by Lois Lammerhuber
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Foyer © Musée du quai Branly
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Foyer © Musée du quai Branly

open-air theatre

The open-air theatre is an external space, adjoining the foyer. It faces the auditorium from the garden, but can be separated depending on the desired arrangement. Built on the model of a Roman amphitheatre, the seating area also contains plant life. It can be accessed from the garden, alongside the Quai Branly, or from inside the theatre.

 

 

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Theatre de verdure © musée du quai Branly, photo Lois Lammerhuber
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Theatre de verdure © musée du quai Branly, photo Nicolas Borel
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Theatre de verdure © musée du quai Branly, photo Marc Vigneau-Desmarest
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Theatre de verdure © musée du quai Branly, photo Loïs Lammerhuber
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Theatre de verdure © musée du quai Branly
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Theatre de verdure © musée du quai Branly