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This show was absuletly spectacular - so different to anything we have ever seen - such clever use of lighting, music and dance!
Such an amazing experience! I would recommend this show to any couples going to paris! We bought the tickets on here which were such a good deal, when we arrived we were assigned front row seats... We ended up getting a bottle of champagne which completes the experience:)
A must for any person visiting Paris. This is a modern adaptation of the cabaret and it is done very well.
Wonderful entertainment. Small stage, small audience, more than half women and families, about a dozen dancers. But it was an intense, exhilarating experience. The dancers were all identically built and gorgeous. I went there with my wife the first day we arrived in Paris, and it set the tone for a romantic holiday.
While the show states 8:15, it starts at 8:30; we arrived at 7:30 and 80% of the seats were taken.
A real Burlesque show. Very entertaining. Warning.." Don't buy a drink" I ordered one drink , a Rum and Coke. The Rum came in a small drink cup and I got a small bottle of Pepsi. I was shocked when I got the bill it was 20 euros or $27.00. again, "DON'T Buy A Drink!
The show was great. Glad we made the decision to go. Only wish the seats were on more of an incline. I'm short and the couple in front of me sometimes blocked the view.
Boring. Waste of money! Was hard to stay awake. The drinks and photos in club were way over priced. The best part was the 2 guys with towel act. They were funny.
This cabaret show is totally nude, not just topless, as the show progresses. It was too much for me.
Arrived 40 minutes early and was offered two of the worst seats in the house even though it was only 20% filled. Had no choice but to take a seat (no table or place for drink) placed in between two other double lounges w/small tables, once these adjacent seats were filled I was constantly imposed upon to move whenever the waiter served them or they wanted out, which was often. I was literally in a single chair no more than 4 inches away from the adjacent lounges, it was terrible. I was unable to enjoy what I seen of the show and very dissatisfied with the entire experience........by the way the show did not seem professional at all! Find another venue....