The Crazy Horse - the legendary cabaret features 12 fabulous dancers, and attracts 150,000 visitors annually. The audience enjoy 73,000 bottles of Cuvée Crazy champagne per year while watching the show, which includes 14 scenes and 11 different sets. To date, the venue has seen over 60 years of artful debauchery and beautifully-choreographed shows, making it one of Paris’s oldest cabarets.
The Crazy Horse show, directed by renowned choreographer Philippe Decouflé and Iranian photographer Ali Mahdavi combines the elements of shadow play that were so popular in the original Parisian revues with modern rhythms, lively tempos and exquisitely designed silhouettes – all to be enjoyed alongside half a bottle of champagne.
Of course, there’s no better way to start your night at the Crazy Horse than with dinner at a charming Parisian brasserie: Chez Francis, Fouquet’s, La Fermette Marbeuf, or on board the river boat for a romantic dinner cruise.