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Crazy Horse Cabaret in Paris

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Crazy Show

Crazy Show

This offer gives you access to the show only, without drinks.

From €119

Crazy Champagne

Crazy Champagne
This offer gives you access to the show with a ½ bottle of Crazy champagne or 2 drinks.
From €139

Crazy Premium

Crazy Premium
  • Show
  • Superior Champagne
  • Appetizers

What to expect

The Crazy Horse of Paris: A Mesmerizing Show Not to Be Missed

In the heart of the prestigious eighth district of Paris, just steps away from the Seine and the Champs-Elysées, stands the legendary Crazy Horse cabaret. Since its foundation by Alain Bernardin, this venue has become more than just a cabaret: it is an emblematic institution of Parisian nightlife, symbolizing both elegance and audacity.

A 70-year Legacy of Creativity

The Crazy Horse has celebrated its 70th anniversary, yet time seems to have left no mark on it. Its secret? Unceasing creativity and a perpetual desire to reinvent itself. Since its inception, the cabaret has always pulsed with ingeniously crafted, audacious, and resolutely modern performances.

The current show, "Totally Crazy!", is a sparkling celebration of these seven decades of creativity. The iconic Crazy Girls troupe immerses you for 90 minutes into a world that is colorful, festive, and sensual. Every act, every performance is designed to astonish, surprise, and touch the audience.

World-renowned Artists

From the moment the curtain rises, spectators are instantly transported into the unique universe of the Crazy Horse. The dancers, in their luminous and innovative costumes, perform precise and sensual choreographies. But they aren't the only stars of the show. A charismatic master of ceremonies and world-renowned variety artists add their unique flair, making every performance absolutely unforgettable.

An Immersive Experience

The experience begins well before the show starts. Upon entering the cabaret, spectators are greeted by the warm and captivating voice of George Bangable, preparing them for the artistic journey ahead.

The Crazy Horse's artistic team, led by Andrée Deissenberg and directed by Stéphane Jarny, has meticulously selected and reinterpreted some of the cabaret's most iconic acts, while also incorporating creations from the past decade, bringing a breath of fresh and audacious air.

Practical Information




  • Sunday to Friday: 20h & 22h30
  • Saturday: 19h00, 21h30 & 23h45

It's recommended to arrive 30 to 45 minutes before the show starts to ensure an optimal experience.


The cabaret is easily accessible by metro, RER, bus, or car, with nearby parking options.

Safety and Hygiene

The Crazy Horse is proud to have received the "Securi-Site" label. Furthermore, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the staff has been trained in new health measures to ensure a safe and pleasant experience for all attendees.

Don't wait any longer and dive into the captivating world of the Crazy Horse of Paris, an experience you will never forget!

Customer Reviews

5/52 reviews

Annie O.
Published over a year ago
Spectacle magnifique. Soirée exceptionnelle.
Robert D.
Une soirée Crazy
Published over a year ago
Peut être le plus beau spectacle que j'ai pu voir. C'est ma femme qui m'a offert des billets pour mon anniversaire et c'était formidable. Ce n'est pas un grand cabaret comme le Lido ou le Moulin Rouge ou s'entassent aussi des touristes. Si vous ne devez en faire qu'un, faites comme moi, choisissez le Crazy Horse !


12 Avenue George V
75008 Paris

Common questions

What is the price of the Crazy Horse?

Excluding promotions or special events, the rate for the Crazy Horse Paris cabaret show is 115 euros without drinks and 135 euros with champagne (or two drinks of your choice).

What are the showtimes for the Crazy Horse?

On weekdays, two shows are offered at 8:00 PM and 10:30 PM. On Saturdays, 3 performances take place at 7 PM, 9:30 PM, and 11:45 PM. It is recommended to arrive at least 15 minutes early to present your tickets, check in at the cloakroom, and settle in comfortably before the curtains open.

How do you get to the Crazy Horse?

The Parisian cabaret is located at 12 Avenue George V, Paris (78008), a short walk from the Place de l'Alma and about 800 meters from the Champs-Elysées. You can get there by metro by stopping at the Alma-Marceau station on line 9 or the Franklin D. Roosevelt station on line 1. From the Charles de Gaulle-Etoile station on the RER line A, it's a 15-minute walk.

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