Celebrate Christmas with sensational cabarets in Paris
Published on 10 December 2017, dans Entertainment
Winter is the ideal season to discover the famous and fabulous cabarets offered by the French capital. Guided by the Hotel Royal Cardinal, let yourself be carried away by the magic, glitter and glamour of shows presented in the purest Parisian tradition.
The most famous cabaret in the world
Created in 1889, immortalised by the painter Toulouse Lautrec and famous for its high-kicking dance known as the can-can, the Moulin Rouge attracts visitors from all over the world. Every evening, 80 dancers perform in the dazzling and spectacular Parisian tradition in the midst of a setting that will plunge you into the Belle Epoque of the late 19th century and all the romance and glamour that entails. More than 1000 costumes and 2 hours of show will keep you completely enthralled following your gourmet dinner. A special pleasure you’ll always remember. Timeless!
Shadow games of sensual forms at the Crazy Horse
This cabaret boasts a refined striptease show and elegant and cleverly orchestrated lighting. It's the art of hinting and teasing without truly revealing that will captivate your gaze at the Crazy Horse, the famous cabaret on the capital’s Avenue George V. In recent years, the artistic direction has been taken up by leading female figures such as Dita Von Teese and Chantal Thomass, proof that the Crazy Horse is not afraid to reinvent itself, provided that it is with elegance and femininity!
Glitter and rhinestones at the Lido
For a dinner show on the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Lido is the essential venue. An institution of the Champs Elysées, this cabaret is an integral part of the heritage of Parisian evenings, which everyone should experience at least once. Sensuality and elegance combine with grace in gorgeous costumes worn by the most beautiful dancers from around the world. This is, of course, the home of the legendary Bluebell Girls. You will also be amused and amazed by the performances of the various speciality acts who are presented between the music and dancing. Champagne is called for!
Glamour at the Paradis Latin
If the Butte Montmartre has, since the Belle Epoque, attracted the greatest Parisian cabarets, the Left Bank lays claim to the most glamorous of them all: the Paradis Latin. In close proximity to art galleries and chic restaurants stands this far-famed cabaret. At one time it almost disappeared, but was reborn from the ashes in 1975 under the direction of Jean Krueger and has gone on to present superlative revues to millions of spectators and great acclaim ever since. Today this oldest of French cabarets continues to offer spectacle, glamour, rousing entertainment and dances including, of course, the can-can. More than 30 dancers enchant the spectator in a way that can only be described as ... Parisian!