Crazy Horse (Chez Francis)
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Located a few steps away from the Champs-Elysées, the Crazy Horse offers to a Parisian and international clientele a 90-minute-show of an absolute estheticism; a unique kaleidoscope of beauty, grace, passion and precision. Inaugurated in October 2007, Forever Crazy is performed by a multicultural cast of 19 stunningly beautiful and talented dancers in an elegant jewel case where the plays with lighting effects appeal to mind mystery and eroticism. This is also the occasion to discover new talents, like Roman and Slava, a mind-blowing duo of
tap dancers. Since its opening in 1951, there have been 6 million of viewers, from Kennedy to Beyoncé, or from Johnny Hallyday to Madonna, who all keep a magical souvenir of the Crazy Horse, known by everyone and all across the world as the night spot of art, creation and performance. Great international artists such as Dita von Teese, Arielle Dombasle or recently Pamela Anderson, join the Crazy Horse dancers for exclusive evenings and perpetuate the spirit instilled by its founder Alain Bernardin.