Crazy Horse Paris

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The iconic and legendary Parisian Cabaret premiers in Australia for the first time in August 2017.

Crazy Horse Paris – also commonly referred as Le Crazy – was founded by Alain Bernardin in 1951. For 65 years this famous Parisian Cabaret has entertained over 15 million patrons in its luxurious Paris theatre. Inspired by the endless theme of femininity, Le Crazy has perfected its creation of shows combining creativity and audacity with a stunningly beautiful cast of classically trained female dancers, performing bathed in rich coloured lights. The show presents itself as a unique kaleidoscope of beauty, grace, passion and precision.

The French press hails the show as “…spectacular!” (20 Minutes), while it qualifies it as a “feast for the senses” (Paris Match), and “the most beautiful show Paris currently has to offer” (Le Parisien).

Since its inception, Le Crazy Horse Paris has been dedicated to celebrating “la Femme” in a unique and creative way. Over the years it has acquired an impeccable reputation for presenting women in an incomparable, sensual and sophisticated way. Its rich artistic legacy is recognized especially among international creators, artists and designers. Over the past years Le Crazy Horse Paris has collaborated with Christian Louboutin, David Lynch, Miuccia Prada, Roberto Cavalli, Kylie Minogue, Ellen von Unwerth, Jean Paul Gautier to name just a few.

For over the past 65 years, its various shows have seduced an endless list of international celebrities, including Elvis Presley, Elizabeth Taylor, President John F. Kennedy, Madonna, Christina Aguilera, Kylie Minogue, Kanye West, Beyonce, Steven Spielberg, Marc Jacobs, Rhianna, Sting, Prince De Monaco just to name a few… The show is surrounded with International celebrity, designers and fame.

Christian Louboutin hailed Le Crazy as, ‘a monument to Paris’. The history, the unique artistic signature, the celebrity, the sophistication and sheer entertainment makes Forever Crazy a night at the theatre unlike any other.

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“An iconic Parisian monument to Dance. A modern and dreamlike conceptualization,
celebrating Women in Honor of Women.”
Christian Louboutin
“The World’s Sexiest Cabaret.”
Sunday Times, London