56 Avenue de Saint-Ouen,
Paris 75018

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Located in the Porte de Saint-Ouen district in the north of the city centre. The Paris opened in 1910 by Emilien Ernest Sylvestre. By 1912 it had been renamed Grand which lasted a while before reverting back to the Paris name. The entrance was through an opening in an existing building which contained a restaurant, with the auditorium built at the rear, backing onto Rue Etex.

The Paris was closed on 30th July 1972. The entrance is still there in use as a restaurant, but the auditorium has been demolished and in 2015 was an empty plot of land which can be seen on Rue Etex. It has since had a block of apartments built on the site.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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