Paradis Latin Cabaret Show

L'Oiseau Paradis
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Paradis Latin

Until December 30, 2024

No dialogue

Location

Paradis Latin
28 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 75005 Paris
Capacity 650 seats

Duration

1 h 30 min

No intermission


Details

Cabaret dance and music

Recommended for ages 12 and up

No dialogue


Highlights: Paradis Latin Cabaret Show

More than 5 million audience members have visited the world-famous Paradis Latin Cabaret to witness their jaw-dropping variety dance show – now, it’s your turn!


Make sure you don’t miss one of the finest French cancan routines in all of Paris at the spectacular L’Oiseau Paradis – a breathtaking variety show, complete with 30 dancers of exceptional talent, and even an enchanting aquatic show that is sure to cause a splash! If musical talent is more your style, see “The Voice” 2013 finalist Dièse perform under the direction of famed choreographer Kamel Ouali. The perfect night out in Paris and a cabaret show like no other awaits you at this cultural beacon, to be enjoyed with friends and family alike. With plenty of astonishing dance spectacles in store, a phenomenal experience at the Paradis Latin Cabaret is guaranteed – don’t wait, reserve your tickets for this cabaret in Paris now!

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See premium options below!

To make your experience unforgettable, you will be able to choose from a selection of unique add-ons upon booking, such as a dinner crafted by 3-star Michelin Chef, Guy Savoy, or champagne to enjoy with your cabaret show. See below for more details.

Story: Paradis Latin Cabaret Show

Designed by architect Gustave Eiffel himself, the Paradis Latin Cabaret has been at the forefront of Parisian entertainment for over 130 years, embodying the spirit of fun, festivity, talent, and unparalleled choreography, featuring dance moves and routines the likes of which you’ve never seen!

 

A fabulous cocktail of musical comedy, lavish fanfare, and celebration (not forgetting the famous French cancan!), at the spectacular dance show L’Oiseau Paradis, an evening of mind-blowing, all-dancing, all-singing entertainment awaits you in the heart of Paris! Gravity-defying aerial displays, captivating dances charged with beauty and seduction, and an extraordinary finale can all be found at the Paradis Latin for an unforgettable evening. Glitz, glamour, feathers, and fishnets converge in a spectacular evening show to complete your Parisian trip. Paris’ cabaret culture is unparalleled – for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, look no further and book your cabaret show tickets now!

Step into a different world bursting with splendour and colour with the Paradis Latin Cabaret… there’s nothing more Parisian than dinner, champagne, and cabaret all in the heart of Paris’ historic and bustling Latin Quarter, just a scenic walk away from the mesmerizing Pantheon and Sorbonne district. A dance show in a venue steeped in Parisian history – what's not to love?

 

ADD-ONS & SPECIAL EXPERIENCES AT PARADIS LATIN

Looking for more than a standard ticket to the show? To make your experience an unforgettable one, you will be able to choose one of the following upgraded offers at the time of booking:

 

★ Paradis Latin Champagne + Show Tickets (9:30 p.m.)

• Glass of Champagne + Show: This offer includes one glass of champagne.
• Half-bottle of Champagne + Show: This offer includes a half-bottle of champagne.

 

★ Paradis Latin Dinner + Show Tickets (7:30 p.m.)

• Paradis Latin Eiffel Dinner and Show Tickets: Enjoy a sumptuous dinner crafted by 3-star Michelin chef Guy Savoy. Choose from a selection of 3 starters, 3 main courses, and 2 desserts. A quarter of a bottle of champagne, half a bottle of wine, and mineral water are included.
To see the menu, see the section "Paradis Latin Menus" below.

• Paradis Latin Prestige Dinner and Show Tickets: Enjoy a sumptuous dinner crafted by 3-star Michelin chef Guy Savoy. Choose from a selection of 3 starters, 3 main courses, and 2 desserts. A quarter of a bottle of champagne, half a bottle of wine, and mineral water are included.
To see the menu, see the section "Paradis Latin Menus" below.

 

★ VIP Napoleon Package (7:30 p.m.)

• This VIP option allows guests to enjoy a dinner selected from the sumptuous Prestige menu (see above) with drinks included. A half-bottle of Bollinger champagne and mineral water is provided per person, as well as a ticket to the show with priority entrance, VIP seating, and a special souvenir photo for each package guest.
To see the menu, see the section "Paradis Latin Menus" below.

Paradis Latin Menus

★ EIFFEL MENU

Starters

  • Paté en Croute: Free-range poultry, veal breast, foie gras and pistachios in a shortbread crust, served with a cooked beetroots tartare.
  • The Paradis Latin Salmon’s Colors: Carrot jelly, watercress cream, carrot puree, diced salmon Gravlax, lemon sabayon and salmon eggs.
  • • Pea soup and prawns with passion fruit: Iced pea soup, organic prawn tartare and yellow zucchini, seasoned with passion fruit.
  • Main Course
    • • “Koulibiac” style salmon, white butter sauce ginger infusion: Salmon fillet, rice, spinach and organic eggs baked in puff pastry.
    • • Chicken supreme casserole with lemongrass, candied vegetables and lemon balm: Free-range poultry supreme, turnips, carrots, leeks, button mushrooms and baby onions. Lemongrass and lemon balm sauce.
    • • Multicolored vegetables, œuf parfait and parmesan: Cooked vegetables: mashed artichoke, multicolored carrots, yellow beets, candied tomatoes, leeks, multicolored radishes, and turnips. An organic egg cooked at 64°, parmesan tile and chive.
    • Desserts by Pierre Hermé
      • • The rhubarb and orange blossom bow tie: Orange blossom diplomatic cream and rhubarb compote (gluten-free).
      • • Chocolate-raspberry bicorne: Chocolate biscuit, feuillantine praline, raspberry confit and chocolate mousse.
      • Drinks
        • • 1⁄2 mineral water bottle
        • • 1⁄2 bottle of red wine
        • • 1⁄4 bottle of champagne

         

         

        ★ NAPOLÉON MENU

        Starters

        • • Foie gras terrine, red onion-raspberry condiment: Foie gras cooked in a terrine with sweet wine and red Kampot pepper, served with a condiment of red onion and raspberry and toasted bread.
        • • Sea bream tian in thin lemon jelly, vegetables "bonne bouille": Sliced sea bream cooked in “Cédron” lemon jelly. Accompanied by cauliflower, carrot, fennel, yellow zucchini and candied grape tomato. Seasoned by a bouillabaisse vinaigrette with aioli.
        • • Ombrine and avocado coconut milk and lime: Jelly base of apple juice and ginger, avocado guacamole, fish ceviche. Seasoned with lime and Espelette pepper, a coconut milk foam and squid ink tuile.
        • Main Course
          • • "Cod fillet with basil, roasted tomato and vinegrette: Cod fillet cooked and crusted with herbs, candied tomato with balsamic vinegar, herb-pequillos and pomegranate virgin sauce, roasted red onions."
          • • Monkfish medallions in herb breading, saffron and pea rice gratin: Roasted monkfish medallions with herb crust, served on a rice gratin with saffron and peas, monkfish juice with saffron.
          • The Paradis Latin veal Wellington: Veal fillet, Paris mushroom duxelles, cecina (beef ham), crushed potato flavored with black truffle. All in puff pastry. Baked and served with port veal juice.
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          • Desserts by Pierre Hermé
            • • Strawberry Rhubarb Passion Fruit Céleste: Brioche pastry imbibed with passion fruit, orange and white rum syrup, passion fruit mascarpone cream, rhubarb confit, strawberry sorbet, strawberries.
            • • Ouréa, Initiation of tastes, textures and temperatures around hazelnut and yuzu: Yuzu cream, hazelnut smooth cream, hazelnut whipped cream, hazelnut mousse biscuit, hazelnut shortbread, hazelnut sauce, caramelized hazelnuts, lemon pulp, candied Kôchi yuzu, milk chocolate by Hermé.
            • Drinks
              • 1⁄2 bottle of mineral water
              • 1⁄2 bottle of Bollinger champagne

               

               

              ★ PRESTIGE MENU

            • Starters
              • • Foie gras terrine, red onion-raspberry condiment: Foie gras cooked in a terrine with sweet wine and red Kampot pepper, served with a condiment of red onion and raspberry, toasted bread.
              • • Sea bream tian in thin lemon jelly, vegetables "bonne bouille": Sliced sea bream cooked in “Cédron” lemon jelly. Accompanied by cauliflower, carrot, fennel, yellow zucchini and candied grape tomato. Seasoned by a bouillabaisse vinaigrette with aioli.
              • • Ombrine and avocado coconut milk and lime: Jelly base of apple juice and ginger, avocado guacamole, fish ceviche. Seasoned with lime and Espelette pepper, a coconut milk foam and ink tuile.
              • Main Course
                • • Cod fillet with basil, roasted tomato and sauce vierge: Cod fillet cooked and crusted with herbs, candied tomato with balsamic vinegar, herb-pequillos and pomegranate virgin sauce, roasted red onions.
                • • Monkfish medallions in herb breading, “saffron-pea” rice gratin: Roasted monkfish medallions with herb crust, served on a rice gratin with saffron and peas, monkfish juice with saffron.
                • The Paradis Latin veal Wellington: Veal fillet, Paris mushroom duxelles, cecina (beef ham), crushed potato flavored with black truffle. All in puff pastry. Baked and served with porto veal juice.
                • Desserts by Pierre Hermé
                  • • Strawberry Rhubarb Passion Fruit Céleste: Brioche pastry imbibed with assion fruit, orange and white rum syrup, passion fruit mascarpone cream, rhubarb confit, strawberry sorbet, strawberries.
                  • • "Ouréa, Initiation of tastes, textures and temperatures around hazelnut and yuzu: Yuzu cream, hazelnut smooth cream, hazelnut whipped cream, hazelnut mousse biscuit, hazelnut shortbread, hazelnut sauce, caramelized hazelnuts, lemon pulp, candied Kôchi yuzu, milk chocolate by Hermé."
                  • Drinks
                    • • 1⁄2 water bottle
                    • • 1⁄2 bottle of re wine
                    • • 1⁄4 bottle of champagne

                     

Reviews

Magnificent
A superb show combining traditional cabaret, modern cabaret, humour, sensuality, and eroticism. A wonderful evening in a picturesque venue, I loved it and recommend it without hesitation!
Paul
Paradis Latin
A warm welcome and a fantastic show. A magical, festive atmosphere. What more can I say? It was a wonderful experience.
Naïla
Go see it!!
The show and the quality of the service lived up to the reputation of the venue. Perfect choreography, excellent set design and great flow! A truly beautiful show!
Sophie Anne
Exceeded Expectations
Great show with a bottle of champagne between us. The show was impressive, funny, sexy (classily done though) with some great music and really talented singers. Had a great evening and I thought it was good value for the price of the ticket.
James
Must do!
Must do when visiting Paris! You will not regret it! talented people on stage, great service and really good food. Honestly well done to the owners, my wife and I had the best time ever.
Maria
Great night in Paris

The show was fantastic, food was good and plentiful. It had a great atmosphere and entertainment during the show as well as after. The show rivals the Moulin Rouge and was definitely value for money. I would recommend anyone to go there.

Ppauline576
High energy and highly entertaining

Loved the energy! Great dancers and some hot choreography. It didn’t matter that I didn’t speak French because the acts were very entertaining.

rebekkahschoonbeek
Le Paradis Latin

We had so much fun. The dancers, the comedy and the food. Magnifique! The dinner was very good which was a pleasant surprise. Skip the big shows and go here instead.

Heddahopper
Super show

The show is magical, lively and funny with very nice people ! There is no time-outs. Very good dinner.

Dinel894
Pleasant evening

 

The staff was warm and welcoming throughout the entire evening, the meal was simple but quite good. Concerning the show, the costumes and decor were magnificent, and the venue itself merits a glance as it has quite an interesting histo

cyr48

Paradis Latin

28 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 75005 Paris

History and Fun Facts about Le Paradis Latin Cabaret Club

 

A historical hall designed by Monsieur Eiffel himself!
Listed as a historical landmark and heritage site in Paris, the Paradis Latin’s history dates back to 1803, when the construction of the Théâtre Latin was authorized by Napoleon Bonaparte himself. Its foundations, however, date from the 13th century, as it was built atop the ancient walls of Paris, which themselves were constructed during the reign of King Philippe Auguste. During the Franco-Prussian war in 1870, the Théâtre Latin, along with much of the Latin Quarter, was burned to the ground during the siege of Paris. In 1887, its reconstruction began, led by architect Gustave Eiffel. Built in tandem with the Eiffel Tower, and with similar metal materials, it reopened in January 1889. Renamed “Paradis Latin”, it was thought by Parisian critics and public alike to be the most elegant hall in the city, and the inauguration of its sister construction, the Eiffel Tower, took place five months later. Extraordinary shows and ballets lit up the stage of the Paradis Latin, branding it a total triumph. But the real diamond of its history comes with the launch of Yvette Guilbert, one of the most famous singers of her era.

 

Hard financial times hit everywhere, however, and after briefly serving as a pharmaceutical factory, the venue closed its doors. Luckily, a new owner has blown the dust off of Gustave Eiffel's impressive metal structure, and the Paradis Latin has been returned to its glory as a celebrated cabaret hall.

 

A celebration of French entertainment and gastronomy.

The enchantment of Paradis Latin comes not only from the show, but from the high-quality cuisine as well, with a modern kitchen layout, a rigorously chosen roster of suppliers, cuisine made from the freshest ingredients, and the highest ability level in the kitchen. French gastronomy is an essential element of Paradis Latin’s festivities!
With its privileged location in the heart of Paris, just steps from the Notre-Dame Cathedral in the famous Quartier Latin, an evening at the Paradis Latin is a truly Parisian experience you cannot miss.

 

Fast facts
Capacity: 650
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Air conditioning: Yes
Heating: Yes
Coat Check: Yes (paid service)

FAQ

How do I get to the Paradis Latin cabaret club in the 5th arrondissement de Paris?

The Paradis Latin is accessible by:
Metro lines: The Paradis Latin can be reached by metro lines 7 and 10 which run to the stations Jussieu and Cardinal Lemoine.
Bus lines: The Paradis Latin can be reached by bus lines 63, 86, 87, 47, 89, 67 which run to the stations Monge-Mutualité, Cardinal Lemoine, Cardinal Lemoine-Monge, Institut du Monde Arabe and Jussieu.
In case of difficulty, our hotline can be reached during our business hours. Please see the footer of this page for our contact details.

What do I do when I get to Paradis Latin Cabaret?

We invite you to arrive at least 20 minutes before the beginning of the Paradis Latin Cabaret show, and present your voucher at the front desk. The theatre’s English-speaking staff members will guide you to your seats.

Why does it say Paradis Latin is recommended for ages 12 and older?

Please be aware that like many cabaret shows, the show at the Paradis Latin contains brief nudity. We recommend 12 years of age and older, however the minimum age to attend the show is six years old, accompanied by a parent or guardian.

 

How long does Paradis Latin last?

The Paradis Latin cabaret show called L'Oiseau Paradis lasts one hour and thirty minutes with no intermission.

Is the Paradis Latin cabaret for an international audience or French speakers?

Both! The Paradis Latin establishment has been running for over 130 years and appreciated by French and international audiences alike. Truly the most Parisian of the cabarets, the venue primarily welcomes local Parisians, but has also been happily demonstrating the French Cancan to spectators from the around the globe!

Can you dine during the Paradis Latin cabaret show?

Different categories are available for the Paradis Latin offering the possibility to include champagne and a dinner as desired. For those selecting the dinner and show category, dinner is served before the Paradis Latin show starts: we invite you to consult the dinner options details in the Add-Ons & Special Experiences section of this page. To ensure maximum enjoyment and to avoid disturbing the artists and other customers, no dining service takes place during the show.
To see the menu, please consult the "photos" section.

Are there any special requirements for access to this show during the Olympic and Paralympic Games?

The Olympics are coming to Paris from the beginning of July to the beginning of September! Certain regulations and security measures will be put in place throughout this period.

If you decide to go and see a show during this period, it is very important to find out about the measures put in place by the City of Paris during this period, which will be placed under the sign of security. In some areas, it will be essential for everyone to have a ‘Pass Jeux’ QR code to access the security zone.

For the latest and most up-to-date information on the Olympic Games, visit this website.

To apply for a ‘Pass Jeux’ to enter a security zone, visit this website.

To see an interactive map of the security zones and traffic advisories, visit this website.

Please note that your tickets will not be refunded if you are unable to present your QR code and are unable to attend a performance.