Discover the Crazy Horse show and celebrate its 65 years of folly and glamour. On this special occasion, the cabaret is throwing itself into a new adventure. The Crazy Horse Paris invites the world-famous creator of Parisian lingerie Chantal Thomass "Dessous Dessus" to be the show art director until March 31rst, 2017.
Situated on the prestigious George V Avenue, just a stone's throw away from the Eiffel Tower and the Champs Élysées, the Crazy Horse, "Paris's most avant-garde cabaret", has dedicated itself, since 1951, to the creative vision of celebrating the female body. This elegant and sensual experience puts these sophisticated dancers into the spotlight, making the heads turn of everyone around. It is one of the three biggest cabarets in Paris, along with the Moulin Rouge and the Lido. Originally a wine cellar, Crazy Horse's main saloon which is now made up of 12 connecting cellars, welcomed the likes of Charles Aznavour for its debut. Glamorous and irresistible, the cabaret dancers, whose 'Crazy' coloured lips require a total of 300 hundred red lipsticks per year, dazzle the spectators twice per evening, and three times on a Saturday evening. The now legendary number "God save our bareskin", where the dancers are dressed up like the guards of Queen Elizabeth II, has opened the show since 1989. From time to time the cabaret welcomes into its show "exceptional women in and exceptional place": Dita von Teese and Pamela Anderson have been, during a period of several weeks, the special guests for three or four exceptional scenes in the performances. Not like normal intervals between scenes, these attractions aren't your everyday: variety performances, magicians, ventriloquists or Chinese shadow puppets come to and add to the mythical nights in the Crazy Horse Saloon. The current spectacle, "Desires", is a choreographed creation of Philippe Decouflé and Ali Madhavi, the cabaret's artistic director.
Enjoy an incredible evening at this most avant-garde of Parisian cabarets. Discover the astonishing "Désirs" show at the Crazy Horse with a 1/2 bottle of Champagne.