Le Solaris - A 300m² events venue with mezzanine (20th arrondissement) Venue


An events venue in the 20th arrondissement, full of history, to host your next corporate event or seminar.

On the second floor of a historic building, Le Solaris offers rare space and exceptional natural light.

The 300m² space comprises a main room with large bay windows, a beautiful art deco stage, a mezzanine, an entrance hall with bar, a smokers' terrace, a dressing room with shower and a fully equipped kitchen.

It's the ideal venue for all kinds of events.

Company seminars, conferences, corporate evenings, parties... You name it, we've got it!

The main areas :

- The Mezzanine

- The terrace

- A fully equipped kitchen.

And a dressing room with a shower.

Possible event formats :

- Company evenings

Cocktails and receptions for up to 200 guests.

The atmosphere of the venue is conducive to exchanges between employees and allows you to organise festive events. We can also provide evening entertainment. Let our catering partners and DJs tempt you into offering your employees or customers an unforgettable evening.

- Seminars / plenary sessions

A modular space, the venue can be adapted to suit your needs and can accommodate up to 200 people in theatre format and 100 people in cabaret format.

Equipped with a sound and video system, our venue is ideal for your next business meeting or plenary session.

- Team Building

Combine business with pleasure, take advantage of our spaces for your company seminar. Then organise a fun teambuilding activity. There are plenty of activities here to help your teams bond: https: //whereez.com/fr/recherche/experience/team-building?site=paris

We have a full range of technical equipment and offer turnkey packages including catering and entertainment. However, our service providers are not obligatory.


From the auditorium built in 1927 to its conversion into an events venue in 2022, the evolution of the Solaris over the years has been pretty crazy!

The La Bellevilloise workers' cooperative had its Maison du Peuple built in 1910. It was a multi-activity building that housed a café, a department store, a party room, a rehearsal hall, offices and more.

In 1927, its architect Emmanuel Chaine built an extension to the building. The medallions bearing "Science" and "Travail", as well as the sickle and hammer on a rising sun background above the porch, can still be seen on the building.

The theatre then became a public cinema in the early 1930s.

Since then, it has been a company refectory and a drama school. It then closed for 20 years.

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