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 • © DR

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