7 euros to visit the exhibition confessions for young not old like us. A good place to go and the backstage tour is so different you should pop in is passing.
About Grand Theatre
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Visited this theatre to watch Romeo and Juliet ballet, probably the most impressive theatre I have ever seen. It is truly stunning, so ornate. I loved the box type set up for seating, felt very exclusive even though the ticket prices are actually very reasonable....More
Went with friends to see Romeo and Juliet ballet. It was superb. The theatre is intimate but very hot inside. There did not appear to be any air-conditioning especially after having had a hot spell of weather.
We did not attend a performance, here, but just paid a visit to this beautiful building. Just like so many other extravagantly appointed buildings in France, this was no exception. You will love it.
i wish i could see the performance of the pearlfishers again and again. was surprised at how beautiful things in a grand theatre would be. this is a theatre like the opera and this beats the moulin rouge anyday! i dont find it expensive at...More
Whilst in Bordeaux on a hospital visit we went to have a look at the Grand Theatre. A performance of The Pearlfishers was just about to start. Despite not being dressed for the theatre we queued for any remaining tickets. To our surprise and delight...More
Check the opera performance schedule as this is a chance to see a big production for less than other cities. Spend less than $50 for a decent seat in this grand facility. In the back row, no worries as there are high stools you can...More
Why is this wonderful place so difficult to visit? We were told to go to Tourist Info to get tickets, then told to go to the theatre, then found that there are timed visits, then only on certain days, so we finally gave up -...More