We booked this before leaving the UK and it was well worth it (about £70 each).
The theatre itself is old and interesting to look around. It is very packed with many people and crowded tables. We were given a table which sat four and although it was on the side it was a good position to see the show. I would think most seats would have a good view. The show lasts 2 to 3 hours and is very energetic. There is a great atmosphere in the audience.
There was a three course meal and a bottle of wine in with the price. The meal was just ok and I was feeling a little bit disappointed but then the show started. Boy what a show, there were dancing girls (some topless, just telling you in case you are offended) and boys, acrobats, trapeze artist, singers. They tell the story in a variety of languages. There were Russians, Australians, French, English, Aisians, Americans, in the audience. The costumes were fantastic. Photographs can be taken after the show, and you can actually go on the stage and take photos. No photographs during the performance.
The staff were welcoming and spent time going around each table greeting the guests. If you are in Paris I would recommend going here. Paris is an expensive place to eat and drink and althougth the meal wasn't fantastic it was a bonus, this made the show and food good value for money.
Guests have to be careful because there are many hidden steps in the auditorium and once the lights go out for the show you have to watch where you are walking or you could have a nasty fall. The toilets are downstairs and even for a fit person they are down a steep staircase and care should be taken. The disabled toilets are on the ground floor. I would think it would be very difficult for anyone with a disability to see the show because the tables are so close together and access is not good.
A good time overall.
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