The Paradis Latin, a national landmark of France, is one of the oldest and most historic cabaret venues in Paris. Classically Parisian, the theater was built in 1803 and famously restored in 1887 by Gustave Eiffel in order to impress a new generation of theater-goers in advance of Paris’ Universal Exposition.
Today, the Paradis Latin is one of the most fashionable cabarets in the city, attracting tens of thousands of visitors every year. The shows are designed to highlight both the history of Paris and its future. The Paradis à la Folie show takes viewers through the ages in the purest tradition of Parisian cabaret, with animated live singers, talented dancers performing the famous French Cancan and a multilingual master of ceremonies.
Whether you visit to celebrate a special occasion or simply for a change of scenery, the Paradis Latin is sure to provide a memorable evening and an authentic Parisian cabaret experience. Several options are available for viewers, including holiday programs (Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Day); exclusive VIP packages with dinner and unlimited Champagne; show and Champagne packages; show and three-course dinner packages; and show tickets with macarons and Champagne.
Paradis Latin is situated at 28 Rue de Cardinal Lemoine on the left bank of the Seine River in the heart of the Latin Quarter, a few feet away from the Majestic Notre-Dame Cathedral of Paris and the Pantheon.