Time Out says
More risqué than the other cabarets, Le Crazy Horse, whose art du nu was invented in 1951 by Alain Bernadin, is an ode to feminine beauty: lookalike dancers with provocative names like Enny Gmatic and Hippy Bang Bang, and identical body statistics (when standing, the girls' nipples and hips are all the same height) move around the stage, clad only in rainbow light and strategic strips of black tape. Chantal Thomass, lingerie mogul and freelance designer, is the artistic director for their latest show Dessous Dessus and boy, does it show. The girls put on some tantalising numbers, with titles such as 'God Save Our Bare Glam' (a sexy take on the Changing of the Guards) and the sensual 'Legmania', for anyone with a leg fetish. The singular dances are postively artful, using mirrors, lighting and costume to mesmerising effect. Look out for 'Striptease Moi', a sensual gender-bending set with a tongue-in-cheek ending. This is cabaret like you've never seen it before.
12 avenue George V
|Price:||Show only €80-€100. Show (incl champagne) €100-€120|
|Opening hours:||Shows 8.15pm, 10.45pm Mon-Fri, Sun; 7pm, 9.30pm, 11.45pm Sat|