The auditorium was outlined by the modeler Victor Louis 1731– 1800. Louis later outlined the displays encompassing the greenery enclosures of the Palais Royal, and the Théâtre Français in Paris.
The Grand Theatre de Bordeaux was considered as a sanctuary of the Arts and Light, with a neo-traditional exterior. It has a colonnade of 12 Corinthian style gigantic sections which bolster an entablature on which stand 12 statues that speak to the nine Muses and three goddesses Juno, Venus and Minerva. Pierre-Francois Berruer made four of the statues, and his associate Van lair Drix cut the others from Berruer's models.
Within the venue was reestablished in 1991, and by and by has its unique shades of blue and gold. The Grand Theatre de Bordeaux is one of the most established wooden edge musical drama houses in Europe not to have consumed or required revamping.