Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Paris by night

Paris By Night


The Belle Époque in Paris which lasted from the late nineteenth century to the start of World War I saw the birth of Cabaret which spread a spirit of freedom and permanent party across the capital. Princes, artists, the middle and working classes gathered there in search of fun and were bowled over by the French Cancan. There are three exceptional cabarets in Paris which carry spectators away on a dream world of feathers, sequins, rhinestones and glamour, and make your evenings in Paris unforgettable. Famous throughout the world is the Moulin Rouge which is at the foot of the Butte Montmartre. The Moulin Rouge has staged magnificent Revues for more than a century. The cast consists of 100 artistes including the 60 Doriss Girls. The Lido is another mythical place located on one of the most beautiful avenues in the world, The Champs-Élysées. The Lido presents a cast of 70 artistes with the famous Bluebell Girls and the Lido Boy Dancers. Moreover, there’s the Crazy Horse Saloon on the prestigious Avenue George V, just a stone’s throw from the Eiffel Tower. The Crazy Horse presents gorgeously costumed dancers and sophisticated choreography, where the shows are both sensual and elegant. Paris by night is amazing with all these cabarets shows which offer sparkling and unforgettable “Dîners-Spectacles” (Dinners and Cabarets).