Arts et Métiers, Paris

2nd International Conference
for CBM in Aerospace

11 - 13 September 2024

Conference program

Social Program

2nd ICCBMA Gala Dinner, Thursday 12 September, Foyer Palace, Théâtre Mogador, Paris

We are very excited to announce that the 2nd ICCBMA gala dinner will take place on Thursday, September the 12th at the Foyer Palace of the Théâtre Mogador in Paris!

The Théâtre Mogador was built on former stable between 1913 and 1919 and designed by Bertie Crewe, one of the leading English theater architects of 1885-1915 boom. It was a laborious construction which took place during war and saw a number of complications. In 1919, at the end of the war, the theater was finally inaugurated by U.S. president Woodrow Wilson who was in Paris to sign the Treaty of Versailles. At the time of its creation it was called the Palace Théâtre, before becoming the Théâtre Mogador, as it is located at 25, rue de Mogador.

Its architecture is in the tradition of the London music halls of the early 20th century: the vast rectangular halls leads directly to the parterre, with lateral access to the balconies. The ceiling and dome are reminiscent of those of London’s Victoria Palace. The décor is simple and elegant, with moldings, cornices and trompe l’oeil paintings. The theater was conceived as a revue hall. The parterre was designed to accommodate a standing audience. On November 7, 1990, the Théâtre Mogador was listed on the supplementary inventory of French historic monuments.

The 2nd ICCBMA gala dinner will take place in one the salon of the Théâtre Mogador, namely the Foyer Palace. The Foyer Palace is the theater’s largest foyer with a surface area of 300 square meters. It bears the name Palace in homage to the first name of the Théâtre Mogador. It’s stained glass windows are period and fully renovated , and are one of the hallmarks of Mogador’s history.

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