Run by José Manuel Gonçalves, this venue gives the public a new perception of the arts of today. The CENTQUATRE is versatile, dynamic, vibrant, open to all and a venue for talks, meetings and discovering new things. It combines impressive architecture with modern interior spaces and offers an innovative cultural experience. All types of art are present with resident artists and festivals.
The CENTQUATRE also houses shops, a cafe, a restaurant and nearby public facilities for amateur artists and children to practice their skills.
There are regular opportunities for the public to meet artists. These are a great chance to get an inside view of an artist’s work through talks, presentations of works, readings, public rehearsals, etc. There is an admission fee for these events. The CENTQUATRE also organizes sports activities and dance classes (some of these are free of charge).
One Saturday each month, the Centquatre transforms into a dance hall for Bal Pop’ or Bal populaire, a ball which is open to the public. Expect lanterns, garlands, refreshments and a great atmosphere! From java, tango and waltz to current dance styles, the music unites Parisians, young and old, to have a drink and celebrate. Entrance to the dance is free!
- Salles de réception
- Salons privés
- Spectacle vivant
Epoque des collections
- Contemporain (XXe - XXIe)
Surface area: 460 m².
Situated on either side of the stables, the English courtyards are home to the Coloco group. In collaboration with local associations and residents, these architects and landscape gardeners have designed a community garden that will evolve over time. They harvest numerous plants grown by partner gardens and reorganize them three times per year.
The English courtyards are not always open.
Services and facilities of the establishment
- Educational activities
- Gift shop
- Car park/Parking
Educational activitiesFrom nursery to university, all school groups can come to the CENTQUATRE. In conjunction with the opening of workshops, specific events are organized for younger children (meeting an artist, interactive projects, etc.). The Maison des Petits (House for Children), for children under 5 years old, is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 2.30pm to 6pm.
RestaurantThere are several catering points at the 104. 'Grand Central' is open from midday for lunch (Tuesday to Sunday) and from 7pm for diner (Wednesday to Saturday) - firstname.lastname@example.org - Tel. : +33 (0) 9 51 22 76 44. 'Le Café caché' is open from 9am to 7.30pm Tuesday to Thursday, 9am to 10pm Friday and Saturday and 11am to 8pm on Sunday - email@example.com - www.cafecache.fr - +33 (0) 1 42 05 38 40. 'Le Camion à pizzas' is open from midday to 3pm Tuesday to Friday, 11am to 8pm at the weekend, non-stop service at the weekend, the evenings it is open late and during school holidays.
Prices and times
Entrance fees and modalities
Group tourReduced rate for groups of 10 or more people.
Free for young people and childrenUnder 6s accompanied by at least one adult (outside of group visits).
Methods of payment
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
- Visual disability: an audio guide system, maps and multi-sensory kiosks are available throughout the Centquatre. Controls for these devices are available on loan for free from the reception near rue Curial.
- Hearing disability: 2 theatres (200 & 400) are equipped with induction hearing loops.
Contact us using the form available on: http://www.104.fr/informations_pratiques/contact/relations-avec-publics.html - Ticket office: +33 (0)1 53 35 50 00.