Théâtre Gramont

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The théâtre Gramont was a theatre venue located at 30 rue de Gramont in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris.

René Dupuy was the managing director from 1954 to 1973. The place was transformed into a movie theatre (Le Gramont) in April 1974 then changed its name to Opéra Night in 1979 after one of its two scenes became a disco before the whole place definively closed down in July 1987.

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Coordinates: 48°52′16″N2°20′14″E / 48.8712°N 2.3371°E / 48.8712; 2.3371

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