Musical Shows in Paris Musical Shows in Paris

Musical Shows in Paris

Look no further for your guide to musicals in Paris. From Broadway to London's West End, as well as French productions, musicals are booming in France. Buy your tickets now for the shows currently running, or reserve in advance for the must-see musicals of the season. Whenever possible, we always provide the option to choose your seats using interactive theater seating plans. Here, you'll find the best seats in all categories and at the best prices. Whether it's at the Mogador Theatre, the Seine Musicale in Boulogne-Billancourt, the Theatre Marigny, or the Folies Bergère, book your tickets now for the touring musicals in Paris with Come to Paris, the ticketing platform for all your outings in Paris.

In theaters in Paris in 2024

from €20

Mamma Mia! The Musical in Paris

The renowned show MAMMA MIA! is returning to Paris, gracing the stage at the Casino de Paris. Dive into the heartwarming and delightful story of Sophie, on a quest to find her father before her wedding. With the iconic hits from ABBA, this unforgettable musical promises moments of pure joy and dance for all attendees.
from €32

Reserve your place for Disney's The Lion King musical at the Mogador Theater in Paris.

Reserve your place for Disney's The Lion King musical at the Mogador Theater in Paris.
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Cabaret, The Musical

Buy your tickets at the best price for the famous musical CABARET at Lido 2 Paris from December 01, 2022.

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March 14th 2024
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Ryman at Musee de l’Orangerie: Exceptional
March 10th 2024
Ryman exhibition at Musée de l’Orangerie was brilliant, and beautifully installed. The Ryman juxtaposed with the late, vast Monet waterlily paintings magnified the already incredible l’Orangerie experience exponentially. Booking with Come To Paris was easy and swift and accurate.
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March 5th 2024
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