Cinema Rex, Paris
Le Grand Rex is the largest cinema, theatre and music venue in Paris, France, with 2,800 seats and a really interesting educational school or student group visit in Paris. An atmospheric theatre, the cinema features a starred "sky" overhead, as well as interior fountains. The cinema is a landmark of Art Deco style architecture and features the largest screen in Europe, called grand large.
The theatre was built for Jacques Haïk, a wealthy film producer, and designed by Auguste Bluysen, a French architect. John Eberson, a Romanian-American, served as a consulting architect. Construction began in 1931, and the theatre opened its doors the following year on the night of December 8. Contact us for details and study tours possible during your study trip to Paris.