Formerly known as the "The Temple Theatre", the Apollo Theatre is a theatre in the Folie-Méricourt district of Paris (11th arrondissement), between the rue de Malte and the rue du Faubourg-du-Temple. Rather than desperately looking for a parking spot near the Apollo Theatre, Parclick suggests that you reserve your parking space near the rue du Faubourg-du-Temple.
Indeed, there’s the somewhat complicated situation of parking in the 11th arrondissement of Paris - for example, your car can not stay more than 2 hours at the same location - making it actually the opposite of parking so to speak. And if you want to be sure of a guaranteed space for your vehicle, Parclick has the solution: reserve your parking space near the Apollo Theatre. When the day comes, you will not have to arrive half an hour early to find a parking spot near the Apollo Theatre!
The Apollo Theatre offers four rooms equipped and accessible to people with disabilities. It was known as the Temple Theatre until 2014. Many of the events that are held there are plays, especially comedies and one-man-shows, but not only that: indeed, it is possible to rent one of these four rooms for a conference, gala or any other show. The Apollo 360 room, the most spacious, can accommodate up to 332 spectators, including two people with reduced mobility (PMR).
Around the theatre, you will find other show rooms such as the Alhambra, the Palais des Glaces, the Republic and the Déjazet theatre. In addition, the Republic Square is right next to the Apollo, with the Republic Metro Station. In case of a lull after your show at the Apollo, you can dine in one of the many restaurants in the Republic Square or around it. In this zone, you can also take the metro from the République, Temple, Oberkampf or Goncourt/St Louis Hospital stations.
If you are thinking of going to a show at the Apollo Theatre or if your hotel is nearby, we advise you to reserve your parking space in one of our Folie-Méricourt car parks.