Gaumont Alesia

73 Avenue de General-Leclare,
Paris 75014

Unfavorite No one has favorited this theater yet

Gaumont Alesia

Viewing: Photo | Street View

Located in the south of the city centre. The Montrouge Palace was opened on 4th February 1921 with 2,800 seats. It was later re-named Gaumont Sud when Gaumont took over operations. It was modernised, reopening on 10th October 1951 with “Caroline Cherie”.

In 1974 it was converted into a four screen cinema, and in 1986 it was converted into a seven screen cinema when it was re-named Gaumont Alesia. The largest screen seated 520 and was equipped with 70mm projection. Screens 2 & 3 seated 400 and 300. Screens 4-7 had seating ranging from 100 to 180. It was renovated in 1991.

The Gaumont Alesia was closed on 14th July 2014 to be either gutted or demolished to build a new 8-screen multiplex cinema, which opened in 2015 with 1,381 seats.

Contributed by Ken Roe

Recent comments (view all 3 comments)

JackCoursey
JackCoursey on December 20, 2015 at 7:17 pm

Here is an article detailing the redesign of the cinema.

Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on June 23, 2018 at 12:39 pm

Jack Coursey’s link is dead, but I did find this page with photos and some drawings and floor plans of the gutted and drastically rebuilt house. Plans for the rebuild were made by the firm Manuelle Gautrand Architecture.

Bart3049
Bart3049 on July 6, 2018 at 3:19 am

This multiplex now has 1381 seats.

You must login before making a comment.

New Comment

Subscribe Want to be emailed when a new comment is posted about this theater?
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater