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“Fun night out”
Review of Crazy Horse

Crazy Horse
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Crazy Horse Cabaret Show: Private VIP Booth with Champagne and Caviar
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Owner description: Femininity, creativity, daring ... Le Crazy Horse is the most iconic of all the Parisian cabarets !
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13 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 16 helpful votes
“Fun night out”
Reviewed January 6, 2013

My husband and I really enjoyed the show - it's not moulin rouge for sure, but true appreciation of the female form. The girls are just beautiful! It quite expensive but I think well worth a visit. Not for those who might be easily offended

Visited January 2013
4 Thank Amalie A
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Reviewed January 3, 2013

went with my mother, 56yo, and my self, 32 yo female.
we really enjoyed watching the beautiful ladies do the show.
i loved that they wore louboutin stilettos and that fifi chachnil has designed the wardrobe staff's outfits and some of the costumes.
the scenography and costumes were fun, sexy and creative and it was overall a fun night.

i do agree though that it is a 'touristy' thing and rather expensive and that the thing where they take your photo and then try to push it to you for 20 euro is tacky....

as for small and uncomfortable seats, sitting close to strangeres and the room being hot- well i think sometimes its just like that- the comedy cellar (NYC), royal danish theatre (CPH), hollywood bowl & the ECHO (LA) - are just some of the places i have enjoyed amazing shows in crowded, hot settings and uncomfortable seats.
we bought the 125 euro tickets with a 1/2 bottle of champ each and were close to and had a good visibility to the stage and enjoyed everything.

remember you can choose to have 2 drinks instead of the 1/2 champ. if you want two different drinks, say- one gin tonic and then after the break a baileys make sure to tell the waiter up front before the show begins what your choice is for both drinks:-)

Visited December 2012
4 Thank jozobami
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Haifa, Israel
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“Not worth 125€!!!!”
Reviewed December 29, 2012 via mobile

The show is nice but realy not worth 125€ for a ticket. The show was not more than Ok but realy not much more than that! Not a WOW show at all. For that kind of price you could get much more. We realy felt the tourist trap!

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Melbourne, Australia
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“So not titillating - my 50 y.o mother fell asleep”
Reviewed December 25, 2012 via mobile

* the girls are beautiful.
* It was incredibly hot.
* The seats were super uncomfortable and we were packed in like sardines surrounded very closely by people we didn't know. Considering for three people our tickets cost €375 I would have imagined a little more comfort.
* They try to weasel extra money out of you by insisting on taking your photo then selling it back to you for €20 a pop. They took 10 photos of our neighbours and tried to sell them all even though they were almost exactly the same!
* It's not real burlesque. instead it was VERY dated and not in a 'retro' way. Not titillating or scintillating at all. Not erotic, more smutty and cheap.
* My 50 y.o mother was so bored she fell asleep!

In short, don't bother.

2 Thank Jemimahhhh
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Bleadon, UK
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“All done in the best possible taste”
Reviewed December 21, 2012

After a day of wet sightseeing we change into something smarter and are off again on foot down the Champs Elysees and Ave George V to the Crazy Horse. The audience from the earlier show are only just starting to trickle out as we arrive at 8.45. We wait patiently on the staircase while the exiting punters pfaff about collecting coats and emptying bladders. We are first in the queue together with a single young lady who has the look of a student and seems a little out of place in this environment. The wait gives us a chance to chat up the doormen with smiles and chit chat. It pays off because the three of us are shown straight to the only three stools by the bar (we bought the cheap tickets!).
A bottle of Champage arrives in an ice bucket and we settle in. Mrs P takes a while to master the stool ascent, but eventually she is perched, precariously and unable to move for the duration of the show. Carefully passing the champers is as much as she dare manage.
Watching the audience arrive is an entertainment in itself. All shapes, sizes and nationalities. Some sheepish, some looking lost and bedazzled. Lots arriving at the last minute, but eventually every seat was filled and we settled back to be entertained.
A dozen or so lovely ladies, all similar in appearance, stature and shape, performing erotic dance scenes with fab lighting effects. Gets a little samey after a while but the show is a line-up of carefully choreographed lovely legs, pert breasts and thrusting bottoms. All done in the best possible taste. This is classy striptease. Two tap dancing male twins get the biggest applause and are clearly the comedy highlight for regulars in the audience.

Visited October 2012
3 Thank KeithPyke
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