Crazy Horse Cabaret Show
12 avenue George V, 75008 Paris
Capacity : 350 seats
One hour and 30 minutes
Cabaret dance and music
Recommended for ages 15 and up
Totally Crazy, the latest show installment in Paris' renowned cabaret hall, Crazy Horse! Elegance + immersion + glamour is the perfect equation for this 100% feel good show. Be swept away by the daring glamour of the iconic acts, the very DNA of the Crazy Horse Paris.
A show 65 years in the making, Totally Crazy at the Crazy Horse is a collection of iconic cabaret acts, revisited with a twist! Talented performers and artists feature in this ode to femininity.
Dive into the creative sophisticated crazy universe of the Crazy Horse. Legendary choreography and sensational special effects in an iconic Parisian venue steps from the Champs-Elysées make up this perfectly Parisian cabaret cocktail
Legendary choreography combined with sensational visual effects gives you a bewitchingly rhythmic show that will leave you totally crazy for Paris and cabaret!
Very good taste, everything is perfect: costumes, performers, set, music, lighting. I feel priveleged to have experienced it.
So beautiful. I've been wanting to come to crazy horse Paris for years. Finally, it happened. It's such a unique show. The first ever burlesque show and it's absolutely wonderful. Definitely a must see, I would not leave Paris without seein
Crazy Horse was the cherry on top of my utterly perfect birthday in Paris. The show was magical, the girls were angelic, my god...I don't know how else to put into words what an unforgettable night crazy horse has given me, all I know is
Crazy Horse Paris
Crazy Horse Paris, whose name is a tribute to the American Sioux chief Crazy Horse, was originally a swanky wine cellar, before its transformation to a staple of Parisian nightlife.The original Crazy Horse cabaret – also commonly referred to as Le Crazy – was founded in Paris in 1951 by Alain Bernardin, an avant-garde artist, passionate admirer of women and the female form. Fascinated by American show girls and the United States in general, he was driven by a single idea: to make artistic creation and women the focus of his cabaret.
Over the years, Bernardin developed a unique and highly recognizable artistic signature. Each of the acts combines classically trained dancers with perfect, arched bodies dressed primarily in lights, with original choreography, sets, projections, and the latest musical and fashion trends. Collaborating and drawing inspiration from international artists and the fashion world, the unique artistic signature of the Crazy Horse has led the establishment to partnering with celebrated names, including Dita Von Tesse, Pamela Anderson, Christian Louboutin, and more.
Crazy Horse Paris is located 12 avenue George V, two steps away from the Eiffel Tower, at the heart of Paris’ Golden Triangle. The much talked-about Golden Triangle is the most luxurious place on the river Seine’s right bankmade up of the Champs-Elysées, Montaigne and George V avenues, displaying the most prestigious international labels and enjoying a dazzling reputation.
Is the show accessible to English speakers?
The Crazy Horse cabaret show features a collection of song and dance numbers, let yourself be carried away by the music!
It says the show is recommended for ages 15 and older?
Please be aware that like many cabaret shows, Totally Crazy at the Crazy Horse contains nudity, therefore we encourage you to watch the trailer video above in order to ensure the show matches with your standards. We recommend 15 years of age and older, however the minimum age to attend the show is ten years old, if the child if accompanied by parents.
How do I get to the theatre?
The Crazy Horse is accessible by lines 1 and 9, RER A and RER C and the closest metro stations are Alma Marceau, George V, and Charles de Gaulle Etoile. Our hotline can be reached in case of difficulty finding the theatre weekdays from 10 am to 7pm Paris time. For details, we invite you to consult the map above.
What do I do when I get to the theatre?
We invite you to arrive at least 20 minutes before the beginning of the show, and present your voucher at the front desk. The theatre's English-speaking staff members will guide you to your seats.
Is a programme included with my tickets?
Tickets for Totally Crazy at the Crazy Horse do not include a programme.
How long does the show last?
The show lasts one hour and thirty minutes with no intermission.
Is it a show for travellers or French people?
Both! The Crazy Horse establishment has been running for over 65 years and appreciated by French and international audiences alike.
Can you dine during the show?
There are no meals during the show, but you can dine in one of the many nearby restaurants before or after the show. These restaurants are all within a few meters of the Crazy Horse. With three categories available, guests have the choice of purchasing tickets to the show only, or to have drinks and even small appetisers included.
Can I purchase drinks at the venue, or do I have to purchase a category with beverage included?
An assortment of drinks is of course available for purchase at the venue! Each category including beverages will include a half-bottle of champagne or drink of your choice. Please note that any beverages purchased directly onsite and not included in this package will be at a different price. Should you wish to have a drink at the venue, we recommend reserving directly with your ticket!
How can I ensure my party is seated together?
All tickets reserved within the same booking are ensured to be seated together. Should your party wish to reserve and pay seperately, please be sure to each reserve the same day and to include the same Last Name appears on each booking, this will allow the venue to group the reservations and seats together.
Is there a specific dress code for the Crazy Horse cabaret?
For Parisian cabarets, the dress tends to be a bit fancier than in other venues, so feel free to have a little fun and dress to impress. In the temple of chic and femininity, elegant casual wear is appreciated. We invite you to avoid athletic outfits and sneakers and flip flops and shorts in summer. A tie, suit or an evening dress are not mandatory but are nonetheless welcome.