FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to the most frequently asked questions here.


We recommend that you arrive between 7pm and 7:30pm to fully enjoy your evening. The show starts at 8pm. The show lasts approximately 2 ½ hours with an intermission.  We would like to inform our guests that the theatre hall doors close as soon as the curtain rises. Therefore, we cannot guarantee latecomers will be seated in their initially reserved area.  

You are seated according to your chosen seating category. We remind you that your tickets are booked at a chosen table. You are free to sit in any chair or booth around your chosen table.

You cannot film or take photos during the entire performance to avoid disturbing the performers on stage and to preserve the quality of the experience for the other spectators.


Proper attire is required.

Yes, the cloakroom is mandatory for umbrellas, bulky items and motorbike helmets. It is highly recommended for coats. The cloakroom is free for all our guests. We do not accept kick scooters. Only hand luggage is accepted.


You can travel by:

  • Métro line 1: George V (last metro on weekdays around 00:30am, on weekends around 1:30am)
  • RER A : Charles de Gaulle-Etoile
  • Bus lines: 42; 73; 83; 93 stop at Champs-Élysées Clemenceau

The George V car park opposite 64 avenue des Champs-Élysées 75008 Paris is open 24/7. We do not offer valet service.


We do not offer this service.

You can book and pay for your tickets directly on this website or by telephone on +33 (0)1 53 33 45 50.

You can pay by cash, credit card, bank transfer and Amex.


Our new production “A funny thing happened on the way to the forum” is a family-friendly show.

The Rocky Horror Show is not suitable for young children, and we recommend not attending before the age of 14.

Since 2006, smoking in public places is prohibited in France. Electronic cigarettes are not allowed.

All animals are strictly forbidden at Lido2 Paris. Only guide dogs for our visually impaired guests are permitted in the theatre.

We no longer offer a dinner and show service, but light refreshments will be available at the bar at the beginning of the show and during the interval.

Since 17 November 2015, the Lido has a specific security system in place, in coordination with the public authorities. Security has been reinforced and the number of police officers tripled on the Champs-Élysées.

At the Lido, the number of security guards has also been increased. A systematic bag check has been introduced and jackets and coats are required to be opened at the entrance.

Large bags over 16 litres in volume are no longer accepted on the premises, including in the cloakroom. Only small backpacks, handbags and computer bags are accepted. 

The Lido has not closed, it has been transformed and reinvented as the Lido2! A new, creative show schedule will be offered and changed twice a year in the newly remodelled theatre.