Mistinguett, Maurice Chevalier and Joséphine Baker performed at the Casino de Paris during the inter-war years. Nowadays, you’ll find a stream of comics, singers (Sheryl Crow and Lou Reed have previously graced the stage) and big budget musicals. The music hall’s appearance remains remarkably intact however – a gorgeous red-velvet mélange of art nouveau and art-déco. If you need to dine, the on-site Italian restaurant, Caruso, is handy for no-frills pasta.
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16 rue de Clichy
|Transport:||Metro: Liège Bus: 26, 43, 81, 95|
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