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There are two comedies you have to experience while in Paris if you're English speaking. I've been going here for years.
This is a variety show held in the basement of this classic cafe.
Funny has hell! And if you get to see Robert Heun...More
we went for a drink followed by 1h stand up show: we had a nice time.
we also had diner: I was surprise, in a good way! Good wine, good food, good quality
And we finished with another 1h stand up.
We saw different artists...More
I reserved ticket for show online but i think there will not be a problem to come before show and they will manage to find a place for you. Even i dont speak french well i manage to understand most of the show and spend...More
I went to this café to see the stand up from the Frenchfriedcomedy on a tuesday night as the majority of the customers present at this time. The show is free but you have to order a drink at least 5€. My friends and I...More
Last night some expat friebds and I went to have a cocktail and for the price of the cocktail at around 5€ we went down stairs where a crowd of expats ,tourists & french were entertained by a group of comediens called French Fries from...More
Well, I'm not really sure what this place was supposed to be. Maybe I went at the wrong time of the day. I went during the day time hours and there was no on in there except the employees. I looked at the drink menu...More
We went to Le Paname on a tuesday night to see english stand up. To get to the show you must order a drink for at least 5€ (everyting is above 5€) and at the end of the show they ask for a tip. The...More
We were looking for a restaurant to eat dinner and we found this, it had great service and kind staff. The omelet with cheese was great and the crépe with chocalate was great but there was no decor. Everything else was fine, if your looking...More
The tree-lined Canal Saint-Martin is the focal point of one of the most romantic and hip areas of Paris. Watch boats travel along the canal while lovers and friends take in the atmosphere from the banks or the bridges. Evenings see hoards fill the embankments to drink wine and enjoy good company. The colder days lead people to hipster bars, cozy restaurants, and concert spaces. Those who are more adventurous may
explore hidden gems down nearby streets, from local bars to futuristic architecture. With its enriching mix of people of all ages and backgrounds, this neighbourhood has a dynamic, inspiring vibe.