Crazy Horse Paris unveils its makeover

Cabaret Crazy Horse Paris By Victor Point

After having had to close its doors for eighteen months, Crazy Horse Paris is finally back. The world’s craziest, most sophisticated and sparkling of all cabarets reopens on October 21, 2021.

To mark the occasion, the famous cabaret located on the Avenue George V, celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, has been completely redesigned and renovated.

The new lay-out, which was conceived by architect & designer Benoît Dupuis in close collaboration with Crazy Horse Paris’ artistic direction, represents the cabaret’s first major makeover in 26 years.

It pays tribute to the venue’s unique history and highlights its exceptional artistic heritage, amongst others past collaborations with some of the world’s greatest artists (CĂ©sar, Marcel Duchamp, David Lynch, Ellen Von Unwerth, etc.).

Discover the new Crazy

Starting with the completely new façade, through the soft, new curves and colors of the lobby, all the way to the theatre with its ultra glamourous “Polly Underground” bar (named after a legendary German/American dancer), the new Crazy Horse Paris rolls out the red carpet for its visitors.

The theatre, located below ground – in what used to be a series of coal cellars – offers audiences comfort and intimacy. The new layout includes 220 plush and diverse seating options, including two private alcoves, which allow patrons the opportunity to experience the show and the evening in an even more unique and original way!

An immersive experience

New state-of-the-art sound and light systems help create a mesmerising and immersive atmosphere, dissolving the boundaries between stage and theatre.

“People come to Crazy Horse Paris to enjoy an extraordinary evening, to escape from everyday life, to dream. With this renovation, we wanted to make the experience even more dazzling and magical” explains AndrĂ©e Deissenberg, Chief Creative and Brand Officer”

“The new Crazy Horse Paris is an exceptional place that will surprise and astound. This is not a new beginning, but a rebirth,” explained Philippe Lhomme, CEO.

A new character

After several weeks of training and rehearsals, the international cast of Crazy Girls and the guest artists George Bangable and James Fenwick are eager to reunite with their audience to present the Totally Crazy show, which, in a nod to current events, will include a new quirky character: Miss Astra.

If you are just as excited at the idea of returning to dazzling evenings at the Crazy Horse Paris as we are and discovering its spectacular makeover, we will welcome you

We are looking forward to seeing you at the show!

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