Descend the wide, red steps of the legendary Crazy Horse Paris into the very sanctuary of Glamour. Take a seat in the velvety, plush armchairs and discover the unique charm of this must-see “House of Creation”.
You will be immersed into a fascinating universe, as twelve gorgeous dancers with catchy names are revealed to you.
Agile, nimble and whimsical, elegant, skillful and sassy, each dancer offers her own personal interpretation of femininity in all its glory. From the top of a head to the tip of a toe, the dazzle of shapes will entrance, waving hair enthrall, and beguiling eyes bewitch you.
Hesitate no longer: enter into the legend, into the refined world of Parisian cabaret …
The original Crazy Horse cabaret – also commonly referred to as Le Crazy – was founded in 1951 in Paris by Alain Bernardin, an avant-garde artist, passionate admirer of women and the female form.
Fascinated by American show girls and the United States in general, he was driven by a single idea: to make artistic creation and women the focus of his cabaret.
Over the years, Bernardin developed a unique and highly recognizable artistic signature.
Each of his acts was conceived as a tableau with its own storyline, combining classically trained dancers with perfect, arched bodies dressed primarily in lights, with original choreography, sets, projections, and the latest musical and fashion trends.
This artistic signature was rapidly appraised among artists, attracted by the cabaret’s reputation and peerless prowess at exalting the female form, as well as the general public – pleasing women and men alike.
The fundamental codes of the house were jealously retained after the death of its creator, leaving Crazy Horse Paris with the legacy of being a temple of Parisian nightlife, with a strong and distinctive image.