Legal notice - general conditions of use

Privacy Policy

The purpose of these General Terms of Use is to define the terms of use for the website (hereafter the “Website”) for anyone browsing the page (hereafter the “User”), particularly when making an enquiry or a booking. Online bookings are also subject to our General Terms and Conditions of Business, which you can read on our Website.

The purpose of the Website is to introduce the show, the company and the different offers that Users can book online. The Website also has a “recruitment” area and a “press” zone.

Browsing the Website is subject to these General Terms of Use (also called the “GTUs”), which are up to date as of 5 November 2015.

Legal notice

The Website is published and run by Crazy Entertainment, société par actions simplifiée [simplified joint stock company] with a share capital of 239,250 euros, registered office at 12, avenue George V à Paris (75008) FRANCE, registered on the Paris register of companies under number B 562 035 311 311. The company runs and organises prestigious live show for French and foreign in the “Crazy Horse” cabaret (hereafter “Le Crazy Horse”):

– Address: 12 avenue George V, Paris (75008) FRANCE
– Telephone: +33 1 47 23 32 32
– Email :
– VAT no.: FR 50 562 035 311

The head of publishing is Philippe Lhomme, in his capacity as the legal representative of Deficom Group, Chair of Crazy Entertainment.

The Website is hosted by BLUE SEQUOIA (39 avenue des Champs-Elysées 75008 Paris FRANCE).

Please contact Crazy Entertainment if you have any questions about these GTUs.

Use – Viewing the Website

You can browse the Website freely, without creating an account beforehand.

Users undertake to use the Website in accordance with these GTUs. Using the site implies that you unreservedly accept and adhere to the GTUs.

We would like to draw Users’ attention to certain operations carried out using the Website, including Bookings. Any data sent by Users must therefore be complete and accurate. As a result, Users undertake to only enter information that meets these criteria. Users should also note that it is mandatory for them to provide certain pieces of information so that their Bookings are taken into consideration.  Similarly, using the “Recruitment” or “Contact” tabs may mean sending specific pieces of information.

Furthermore, any malicious or fraudulent use of the Website may lead to legal action.

Access to the Website may be interrupted or suspended without warning, in the case of a force majeure, technical problems beyond our control and/or maintenance or update work.

Intellectual property

The overall structure of the Website and its content (text, files, images, sound clips, videos, etc.) have been specially designed and made by and/or for Le Crazy Horse. They are protected by intellectual property rights. As a result, using, extracting, modifying, reproducing or utilising the Website, including the associated domain names, whether completely or partially, by any means, is strictly forbidden without the express prior written approval of Le Crazy Horse.

The brand “Crazy Horse” is also a registered trade mark. Any full or partial use of reproduction, in any media, is subject to the prior and express written approval of Le Crazy Horse.

Hypertext links

The links on the Crazy Horse Website can direct the User to other sites belonging to third Parties; Le Crazy Horse bears no responsibility for these sites. Le Crazy Horse has no control over these links, which are only provided to help Users browse the Website. Le Crazy Horse cannot be held liable for any reason whatsoever for the activation of these links and/or the content of the Websites to which Users are redirected or any damage done to Users as a result of using these sites or if the site malfunction.


When you are viewing our Website, some of your browsing information may be saved in “Cookie” files, installed on your device (computer, tablet, smartphone, smart TV, etc.).

The Cookies used on our Website help identify the services and sections that the User has visited, and User browsing behaviour in general. This information is useful for personalising services and content. However, it cannot be used to identify the User.

Cookies are also needed for the proper functioning of some services and even for measuring the audience.

As a User, you will see a banner alerting you to the existence of Cookies when you load our Website’s homepage.  By continuing to browse our Website, you agree to store these Cookies on your device.

At any time you can prevent Cookies from being saved on you device by configuring the parameters on your web browser. Please note that if you do so, some functions on our Website may not work.

Every browser has a different configuration for managing Cookies and your preferences. The help menu on your browser normally explains the procedure to change your preferences for Cookies.

Furthermore, please note that pursuant to Article 5 of the Deliberations of the French Data Protection Agency (CNIL) no. 2013-378 of 5 December 2013 on the adoption of a recommendation for Cookies and other trackers covered by Article 32-II of the Act of 6 January 1978, you consent to Cookies being stored for 13 months and you will have to express your willingness again for this period to be extended.

Personal data

Le Crazy Horse would like to inform you that it may collect some of your personal information when you visit the Website, including the following information:

– your IP address when you visit our Website
– information about the pages you have looked at on our Website
– information that you voluntarily send us (first name, surname, email address, postal address, phone number, etc.), for example, by filling in the forms on our Website when making a Booking or by completing any surveys.

The information collected by Le Crazy Horse is mainly used for the following purposes:

– carrying out your Booking
– managing client relationships
– managing requests made using the various forms on the Website (such as information requests via the “Contact” section), applications to join the Crazy Horse teams via the “Recruitment” section, etc.)
– sending information about Crazy Horse “offers” and, where applicable, offers from our partners, if you agree to receiving such offers
– saving the data collected
– carrying out statistical analyses, particularly on Website usage.

When appropriate, data may be sent to partners involved in delivering the Services that are part of your Booking.

Under the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, modified in 2004, all Users have the right to consult, amend and dispute their personal data. To do so, Users must make a request either by email to the following address, or by post to the Crazy Horse Booking Office, 12, avenue George V – Paris (75008) FRANCE, indicating their surname, first name and address.

Security measures

We endeavour to take the appropriate steps to ensure that your personal data is secure and kept confidential. To do this, we do our best to use IT systems equipped with suitable protection means.

Social networks

Le Crazy Horse has opened an account on several social networks, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Le Crazy Horse reserves the right to change the list of its abovementioned accounts. Users can access them in accordance with these GTUs, as well as the general terms of use and personal data polices of each of the abovementioned social networks, after they have read them carefully.


Users are responsible for ensuring that they have a secure Internet connection to protect their equipment, data and software against any possible attack.

Le Crazy Horse cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage (including damage to the User’s equipment) as a result of a computer virus, piracy or any other fraudulent attack on the Website by a third party. More generally, le Crazy Horse cannot be held responsible for direct or indirect damages that come as a result of viewing the Website or any malfunction caused by a link to the Website.

Le Crazy Horse endeavours to keep all information on the Website permanently up to date; however, it provides no guarantee as to the completeness, exhaustive nature or accuracy of this information, which has no contractual value and may be changed at any time.

Changes to these GTUs

Le Crazy Horse may change these GTUs at any time, by publishing a revised version on the Website, which will include the revision date.

Applicable law and jurisdiction

These GTUs are subject to French law. In the event of a dispute arising from these GTUs, and pursuant to Article 46 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure, the competent courts are those under the jurisdiction of the Paris Court of Appeal, without prejudice to the application of the mandatory provisions of Article L.141-5 of the French Consumer Code, where applicable.