There are two shows every night at the Moulin Rouge: at 9 pm and 11 pm (only on Fridays and Saturdays at 11 pm until the end of March).
Those who choose dinner are expected at 7 pm, with the Moulin Rouge live orchestra.
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A little history:
When its doors opened in 1889, the Moulin Rouge of Paris had one ambition: to become the universal symbol of femininity and the art of dance! A bustling hotspot of Parisian nightlife, immortalized by Toulouse-Lautrec and forever associated with the name of Mistinguett, the modern Moulin Rouge brings the French Cancan into the 21st century with its Revue Féerie, a sensational explosion of feathers, sequins and sparkles directed by choreographers Doris Haug et Ruggero Angeletti.
Situated at the heart of the lively Montmartre district, the Moulin Rouge has played host to generations of artists, including the legendary Doriss Girls. Over 1,000 costumes and a team of 80 instrumentalists and 60 singers ensure that the original magic of this wonderfully decadent show lives on!