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.
Past shows at this venue