With friends or family
Majestuous setting signed Esnault-Pelterie - 1882
Grévin theatre was listed on the Inventory of Historical Monuments in 1964 by André Malraux.
This new Fashion Universe, "Grevin Fashion" in its renovated and embellished heritage decor - Decembre 2014.
It was the star attraction of the Paris 1900 Exhibition. As the years went by, several artists have signed the music and the lighting in this giant kaleidoscope. In 2018, a young American author, composer, interpreter and designer, Krysle Lip was in charge of the artistic and esthetical transformation of the Hall of Mirrors.
A journalist, writer and radio and television reporter, he is an expert on cultural and social affairs, with privileged access to the biggest French and international stars.
He has written many books on cinema, history, celebrities and more.
Journalist and TV and radio presenter. Having made his name as the presenter of Star Academy, Nikos Aliagas has gone on to host 50'Inside, The Voice, C'est Canteloup...
A photography enthusiast, often seen with a camera slung over his shoulder, his work captures the soul of his subjects, as showcased in his exhibitions.
His figure was added on 7 December 2016.
Journalist, writer, TV presenter, radio host, producer and actor
President of the Grévin Academy since 2014, he truly embodies the spirit of Grévin, with connections to royalty, celebrities and historical figures.
The figure of Stéphane Bern was added on 10 March 2008.
Journalist, producer and TV and radio presenter
Best known for his 32-year run as the host of France 2's Télématin, this seasoned morning broadcaster has now moved into private broadcasting to host a midday show.
A novelist and literary journalist, writing plays a huge role in Christine Orban's life, having penned over thirty novels, collections, novellas, and other works. An insightful writer, her published works are always met with great acclaim.
A true artist, she expresses herself through her collages, calligraphy and drawings.
A journalist and radio and television host, he produces documentaries on French celebrities.
From time to time, he enjoys appearing in front of the camera as an actor.
Journalist and sports presenter, known for commentating the Dakar Rally and the Tour de France. A theatre enthusiast, he has also appeared as an actor.
Today, he has left the small screen to work on various different projects, including a book, a documentary, and a play.
Journalist, author, producer and host working in television, radio, festivals and concerts...
Known as the most voice of classical music and for her storytelling abilities, Eve recounts the life and works of famous historical figures every day on the radio and is involved in the development of multiple musical projects.
Journalist, producer and presenter of many TV and radio shows.
Journalist, writer, screenwriter, producer, and expert on the singers of the 60s and 70s, a topic that has inspired several of his documentaries and biographies. A long-time collaborator of Philippe Bouvard on the radio, he works for several newspapers and is the creator of multiple theatre and music hall shows...
He is the President of the Club des Croqueurs de Chocolat (Chocolate Eaters Club).
A writer and publicist, he worked with the Grévin management to create the Grévin Academy. He is the founder of several festivals: the Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival, the Deauville American Film Festival, and the Cognac Detective Film Festival.
Inauguration of the Grevin Museum
The Creator: Arthur Meyer (founder of the daily newspaper Le Gaulois) turned to cartoonist Alfred Grévin for the artistic direction and to Gabriel Thomas to manage the museum, whose descendants presided over Grévin until 1999.
Recreation of the death of Marat
The Grevin Museum decided to recreate great scenes from history such as the death of Marat, a defining moment of the French revolution. To recreate this scene, the museum bought the bathtub in which Marat was assassinated. This tub is still on display today as part of the same scene.
Projection of the world's first animated cartoon
The world's first animated film, "Pauvre Pierrot", was projected at the Grevin museum. Emile Reynaud, the inventor of the Théâtre Optique, drew each frame by hand.
Construction of the Grévin Theatre
The Grévin Theatre was built in 1900. It is located on the first floor of the museum, designed by architect Gustave Rives. Antoine Bourdelle was responsible for the decor while Jules Chéret was entrusted with the sculptures and the stage curtain.
Construction of the hall of mirrors
The hall of mirrors is a unique experience based on sound and light, created by Eugène Hénard and presented at the 1900 Exposition Universelle in the Trocadéro.
Launch of the Theatre evenings
The Grévin Theatre opened its doors in the evening to welcome artists including Yves Lecoq, Pierre Desproges and Marc Jolivet. The tradition continued until 31 December 2000.
Creation of the Grévin Academy
The Grévin Academy was formed under the presidency of Bernard Pivot, with 11 academy members to decide the next addition or additions to the Grevin Museum from a selection put forward by the museum. Stéphane Bern is the current president of the Academy.
Reopening of the Grevin Museum after five and a half months of work
The new museum layout was inspired by the spirit of Paris with 80 new characters and scenes.
Renovation of the Hall of Mirrors
The Hall of Mirrors, an iconic Grévin attraction, underwent a complete renovation for its hundredth anniversary, sponsored and unveiled on June 12 by Arturo Brachetti, master of transformation and illusion.
Creation of the Grévin Fashion space
The Dome was transformed into the Grévin Fashion space to host representations of some of the biggest names in fashion.
Creation of the Gastronomy area
The Gastronomy area was inaugurated in 2015 to honour some of the greatest French Chefs and pay tribute to a major aspect of French culture: haute gastronomy.