​Théâtre Silvain

The Théâtre Silvain is a sylvan theatre with a capacity of around 2,300 people.
It was opened on 14 July 1923 by Eugène Silvain and his wife, Madeleine, both members of the Comédie-Française, on land acquired by Dominique Piazza, the inventor of post cards. This open-air theatre was fully renovated in 1999 and has regained its original lustre.

Théâtre Silvain

Anse de la Fausse Monnaie
Chemin du Pont
13007 Marseille

62km de La Roque d'Anthéron

​Théâtre Silvain : Plan de scène • © 1&7 MARSEILLE mairie du premier secteur

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