Rediscover Parisian Cabarets in October 2020

  • Oct 8, 2020
  • All things Paris
  • Alexander Kropivnitski

This autumn Paris cabaret houses adapt to a new normal, keeping in line with all the necessary sanitary measures and social distancing rules. Because Paris is after all a party that never stops, we reveal the places that will immerse you in a crazy sensual atmosphere for an evening. Time to (re)discover Parisian Cabaret!

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Crazy Horse

Crazy Horse cabaret house has already reopened its doors and can’t wait to greet you as its guest. Since 1951 one of the most notorious cabaret houses in Paris manifests aesthetically rich sensuality and an impeccable approach to performance. This autumn Crazy Horse reopens their inimitable show called Totally Crazy. Live a dream by selecting some of our exclusive add-ons! Treat yourself with some exquisite Crazy Horse Champagne, VIP seating, a delicious dinner in the most famous restaurants of the cabaret neighbourhood or even a private backstage tour with one of the dancers. To celebrate the great reopening, we present you a limited time "We are back" offer. It includes a glass of champagne and is available through November 21st at a discount price of just 99€. Press the button below to choose the option that would meet your highest expectations.

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Cabaret Burlesque

Want to experience a cabaret that elegantly comprises all the best you can imagine about a glamorous show and evokes powerful emotion? Cabaret Burlesque is just what you are looking for! It is performed on the stage of La Nouvelle Seine floating theatre, which is known for its intimate and cozy atmosphere. Relax and feel truly immersed into the performance, while keeping safe social distance assured by the theatre. Friendly atmosphere and phenomenal beauty of this show will not leave you indifferent. And we have special tips just for you: right before the show you can taste traditional French cuisine and an exceptional selection of local wines, contemplating the gorgeous view on Notre Dame. Click below to have more detailed information.

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Paradis Latin

Paradis Latin is one of the oldest Parisian cabarets, built by the famous architect Gustave Eiffel over 130 years ago. The legendary cabaret house is back and has a lot to offer. Make a deep breath and plunge into the world of Parisian cabaret with a new show called L'Oiseau Paradis, an unforgettable experience with perfectly balanced combination of humor, choreography, singing and acting. Amazing sound, sublime costumes and decorations promise you a superb adventure. It’s a fabulous way to enjoy a dinner or a glass of champagne!

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The Lido

Lido De Paris Cabaret Show is coming back in December. This famous, breathtaking revue is one of the oldest cabarets shows in Paris performed since 1946. Singers, dancers, acrobats all meeting on one stage to enrich your day with fantastic experiences. To make your outing even better, we also offer you to try one of the exclusive add-ons upon booking such as some champagne, a Celebrations cake or macarons, an amazing dinner, a VIP seating, an exclusive picture with the dancers, or even an after-show dance party!

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Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge’s pillarbox red windmill appears at the foot of the Montmartre hill and symbolises a pure extravaganza of cabaret. It is known around the world as a most notorious cabaret house. Moulin Rouge was established in 1889 and changed the whole industry of cabaret forever. Many famous artists, including, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Mistinguett, were inspired by the glory of this place. Its signature performance is called cancan and still performed within the walls of this magnificent place. Moulin Rouge is currently preparing its reopening.


The cabaret history started in France almost 140 years ago. To find out more about this universe read our blog article called “The Spectacular History of Paris' Cabarets”.