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The Chaillot bookshop

© Photo Yoann Fitoussi
© Photo Yoann Fitoussi

The theater’s bookshop is located by the D gate to the Jean Vilar auditorium. It has books and DVDs connected with the shows, along with a wide range of specialized dance books and magazines.

The moving body, the dancing body, the body in a trance
It’s only a small step to get from the stage to the page!

An unconventional bookshop that aims to give the audience a wide-ranging and exploratory selection of publications, including rare gems, small publishers, new releases, news about the artists of the season. Check out a unique collection on all things body.

Get the full experience: attend panel discussions and book signings.

Open on performance days from 7 pm (2:30 pm on Sundays) to the end of the shows.

“L’Esplanade”, the Chaillot review


Not a book, not a magazine: a rarity, an art object.

The review comprises black and white photos and compelling editorial content: profiles of historical and contemporary personalities, evocations of shows or events lodged in collective memory, features of the most preeminent choreographers of our time and the styles they invent, the history of Chaillot and the struggles that occurred there.

Available at Chaillot’s bookshop and on boutique

> See the collection

Other publications

DVD & Blu-ray

The Art of Ohad Naharin / Batsheva Dance Company

Videos filmed at Chaillot - Théâtre national de la Danse / Directed by Tommy Pascal

Edited by Bel Air Classiques

Available at Chaillot’s bookshop and on boutique



•  Naharin's Virus / Last Work /  Batsheva Dance Company - Part 1
See the trailer
Sale price 20 €


Sadeh 21 / Batsheva The Young Ensemble - Part 2
See the trailer
Sale price : 22 €  

Chaillot, palais de la danse

From the people’s theater to the esplanade of Human Rights

Since its inception, Chaillot has established itself as a driving force in the world of culture. Historians Pascal Ory and Pascal Blanchard brought together about forty authors and key personalities that take us through this institution of the performing arts. Discover its art works, its people’s theater, and above all the women and men that have shaped it and contributed to its renown and singularity to this day. 

Somogy editions. Price: 39 euros.
On sale at the theater’s bookshop