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Starmania At Seine Musicale from November 14, 2023, to January 28, 2024

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At the Seine Musicale, from November 11, 2021

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What to expect

Book your tickets now to witness Starmania returning to Seine Musicale for a second season starting from November 14, 2023. The Franco-Québécois Rock Opera with music by Michel Berger and lyrics by Luc Plamondon is back in Paris. Its success knows no bounds, and its songs are now hits, pillars of French music. The new staging is helmed by Thomas Jolly, a prodigious actor and director of the new generation.

The Starmania Phenomenon Turns 40

Starmania was first performed on stage in April 1979 at the Palais des Congrès in Paris. It was a historic event where Diane Dufresne, France Gall, and Nanette Workman, among others, sang improbable love stories set in the futuristic city of Monopolis. The book, written by Luc Plamondon, is visionary, feminist, and a true critique of capitalism. It remains disturbingly relevant today, and the characters from the musical can still be seen in reality. Among the characters, there is Zero Janvier, an egocentric billionaire, and Marie-Jeanne, the robotic nurse portrayed at the time by Fabienne Thibeault.

Starmania is also the story of several songs that became huge radio hits, are now considered classics, and bring joy to karaoke enthusiasts in France and Quebec. This musical UFO on the French scene revealed many stars: Daniel Balavoine, the first voice sought for Starmania, had no hits at the time. Fabienne Thibeault, the interpreter of "Le Monde est Stone," and Claude Dubois, who sang "Le Blues du Business Man," were completely unknown to the French public. Starmania also contributed to the discovery of the eternal Maurane.

Over the years, Starmania has been presented in different versions. Forty years later, the memory of Starmania is still alive.

Customer Reviews

4.9/5147 reviews

A revoir avec plaisir
March 4th 2023

Quel plaisir de retrouver Starmania si bien orchestré ! Des chanteurs à la hauteur de ce monument de la chanson française.
Je compte bien le revoir une 2ème fois !

Pierre H.
February 28th 2023
tres bien
February 7th 2023
L'opéra Rock est super par contre l'assise des chaises est dure pendant 3 heures
February 4th 2023
Topppp à tout niveau
Chantal D.
February 4th 2023
Magistral ! Inoubliable…. Hâte de le revoir !
MIcky P.
February 4th 2023

Le démarrage est un peu raide, car personnellement j’ai beaucoup de mal avec la violence .
Pour autant les voix sont remarquables, les décors et jeux d’éclairages surprenants.
La deuxième partie nous transporte !

February 4th 2023
Excellent !
Claire B.
February 4th 2023


Anne-Laure V.
A voir!!
February 3rd 2023
Spectacle magnifique avec une superbe mise en scène !


Île Seguin
92100 Boulogne-Billancourt
Public transportation
9Pont de Sèvres

Common questions

When was the first version of Starmania released?

The first version of Starmania is a record that dates back to 1978 featuring relatively unknown singers such as France Gall, Daniel Balavoine, and Fabienne Thibeault. Its first live performance took place a year later at the Palais des Congrès in April 1979.

What are the dates for Starmania in Paris?

The rock opera by Michel Berger and Luc Plamondon will return to the stage of the Seine Musicale from November 14, 2023, to January 28, 2024.

How to get to the Seine Musicale?

The Seine Musicale is located on Île Seguin in Boulogne-Billancourt (92100). You can reach it by taking the metro line 9 (Pont de Sèvres station), tram line T2 (Brimborion station), or by bus stopping at Pont de Sèvres (lines 169, 171, 1798, 291, 426, and 467) or Cours de l'Île Seguin (lines 42, 260, and 389).

Is there parking available near the Seine Musicale?

We offer 3 parking options. The Indigo parking lot at Cours de l'Île Seguin, right next to the Renault bridge, located at 53 cours de l'Île Seguin, Boulogne-Billancourt (92100), the Indigo Rives de Seine parking lot at 38 quai Georges Gorse, and the Q-Park Île de Monsieur Sud parking lot on D7, rue de Saint-Cloud, in Sèvres (92310). However, it is not recommended to come by car to the Seine Musicale due to ongoing construction work, which makes traffic dense and complex.

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