Le Grand Théâtre des Milles et Une Nuits de Beirut, or Beirut’s Grand Theater, is one of the last remaining artifacts of pre-war Beirut. This landmark is a building of historical significance to the city of Beirut that had its grand opening back in 1929 with a French musical called “No, No, Nanette”. The theater later also hosted the Comédie Française, the Ballet des Champs-Elysées, the Egyptian Ramses Group, and great concerts by the late Abdel Wahab and Umm Koulthoum.
The theater has hosted numerous events, performances
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