The Crazy Horse, like the other Parisian cabarets, is a well-oiled machine with performances every day, including holidays. Saturdays have the most performances, which start at 7 p.m., 9.30 p.m., and 11.45 p.m., due to high demand.
Meanwhile, there are two at 8.30 p.m. and 11 p.m. the remainder of the week. However, during certain off-seasons of the year, some Mondays will only have a single 8.30 pm show. After all, the dancers will need to take a break from time to time.
What Does It Mean To Be Crazy In Love?
The Crazy in Love ticket option provides a few extras to the client for a more VIP experience. The following are examples of this:
Savory or sweet nibbles 1/2 a bottle of enhanced Champagne
Despite the fact that the experience would be the same, this ticket is more of a package, as it includes a few gift selections as well as improved Champagne and snacks. However, neither the entertainment nor the customer service will alter. This is a principle that the Crazy Horse adheres to, as we’ll see a bit later.
This may be of interest if you want to pick up a few souvenirs and include them in your ticket. Because the images (shot by a photographer while seated between performances) can cost up to 20€ each, the cost can soon add up.
Taking a Seat
After the Moulin Rouge’s conveyor line, we were taken aback when we arrived at the Crazy Horse. When we arrived, a Canadian Mountie (I kid you not) opened the door for us, and we were greeted by the front desk.
We were then generously escorted into the venue down a flight of crimson velour stairs. Our coats were taken free of charge (though gratuities are appreciated) by a polite cloakroom staff before we were led into the music auditorium. In terms of surroundings, the Crazy Horse embraces a look that is reminiscent of 1970s porn star glamour. Red velour, red lights, and large red lips could be found in abundance. However, while this may appear obnoxious, it was effective in setting the tone.
In a kitsch sort of way, it was actually rather classy. The outcome was an intimate and sumptuous lounge atmosphere with a satisfying sense of anticipation.
Our Bareskin Must Be Saved By God
To say the least, the event begins with an intriguing rendition of the British national song. The girls dressed as so-called Crazy Horse Guards appear in the film’s world-famous opening sequence. They’re clothed in tiny bar bearskin hats, white gloves, and pound sign stockings, in short.
Lights & Shadows, Smoke & Mirrors
Instead, clever light shows and shadow play are frequently used in the performances. The dancers had a seductive aura of intrigue around them thanks to precise silhouettes and lighting. Under UV light, one-act, for example, only displayed a pair of legs while the rest of the stage was curtained off.
Hands would rub neon paint on the legs as they moved with a surge of energy to a jungle rhythm. The end result was a thrilling display of vibrant colors and flashing lights.
The artists should be congratulated for their accomplishments. Acts ranged from sensuous posing and sensual twisting to highly difficult and intricate motions.
What time to arrive on site?
For the smooth running of your evening, we invite you to arrive at the Crazy Horse, 12 avenue George V , 45 minutes before the start of the performance. A musical welcome with our guest artists is offered 30 minutes before the show. The curtain rises at the time indicated on your ticket / e-ticket.
Is there a dress code?
Correct or elegant attire is appreciated. Bring us the big game! We invite you to avoid sports outfits and shoes, as well as flip-flops and shorts in summer.
Is there a valet parking service?
We do not have a valet parking service, however you can park your vehicle in the Alma-George V paying car park .
Do I have to contact the restaurant myself when I book a dinner + show
It is our reservation service team who will contact the restaurant for you. All useful information is sent to you the day before your evening. You will simply have to show up at the restaurant at the agreed time, giving your name.
How to use an (e)gift voucher?
The Gift Voucher is valid for 6 months from the date of purchase (date indicated on the Voucher/eCheque). The gift voucher does not give access to the show, reservation with our agents is mandatory: By phone by dialing 01.47.23.32.32 by email at email@example.com or on site at 12 avenue George V 75008 Paris We will invite you to choose the date and time of your visit depending on availability and to send us your unique code (code entered on the Cheque/eCheque)
How can I get my tickets?
Tickets are printed at the last moment and your places are already reserved, so you can pick up your tickets 45 minutes before the start of the review. Tickets purchased on site will be given to you directly. For online purchases, an e-ticket will be sent to you after payment. Your ticket will be presented the evening of your arrival on your phone or in paper version.
How can we book?
You can make your reservation: on our website here by telephone by dialing 01.47.23.32.32, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org as well as on site at 12 avenue George V 75008 Paris.
What time does the show start?
The curtain rises at the time indicated on your ticket. 8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. from Sunday to Friday and at 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m. and 12 a.m. on Saturday. For the smooth running of your evening, we invite you to arrive at the Crazy Horse, 12 avenue George V, 45 minutes before the start of the performance. A musical welcome with our guest artists is offered 30 minutes before the show.
Should I print my ticket?
it is not necessary to print your ticket, a presentation on mobile is sufficient
What means of payment do you accept?
On the website : American Express credit card, Visa credit card, Eurocard/Mastercard On the spot American Express credit card, Visa credit card, Eurocard/Mastercard In cash according to the ceilings defined by the regulations in force (1000€ maximum). Bank check (the Reservation will be validated upon confirmation of receipt of the funds in our bank account – allow 3 to 4 days) Bank transfer (the Reservation will be validated upon confirmation of the receipt of the funds in our bank account – allow 3 to 4 days) The following gift vouchers: “Ticket Kadeos Horizon”, “Ticket Kadeos Infini”, “Ticket Kadeos Intense”, “Chèque TirGroupé”, “Chèque Culture”, “Chèque Havas” and “Ca Do Chèque”. Crazy Horse reserves the right to change this list at any time and without notice. Crazy Horse Paris gift vouchers/e-vouchers
Can I cancel my reservation and get a refund?
According to our general conditions of sale, and the consumer code relating to show ticketing, we do not make any refunds. Postponement is possible subject to certain conditions - please contact our customer service.
What are the opening hours to book on site?
We are open from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Sunday
Is it possible to offer gift vouchers?
It is possible to offer undated tickets valid for six months from the date of purchase in different formats: In digitized version on the website: https://reservation.lecrazy.com/cheque-cadeau In digital or physical version: by telephone by dialing 01.47.23.32.32, by email at email@example.com as well as on site at 12 avenue George V 75008 Paris.
How long is the show?
The show lasts 90 minutes.
What time does the show start?
The curtain rises at the time indicated on your ticket. 8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. from Sunday to Friday and at 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m. and 12 a.m. on Saturday. However, you can come and enjoy musical entertainment 30 minutes before the start of the show.
Is there a minimum age to attend the show?
The Crazy Horse accepts minors from the age of 10 accompanied by their parents. We draw your attention to the bare nature of the magazine which may offend the sensibilities of the youngest. We invite you to view the teaser available on the site to ensure that the content of the review meets your criteria.
Can we choose our place?
The maitre d' makes his room plan before your arrival and seats you when you come. The room is intimate and guarantees you very good visibility. It is therefore not necessary to come too early because the places are already assigned.
Can we take pictures during the show?
It is forbidden to take photos and videos during the show.
Can we dine during the show?
There are no meals during the review but you can dine in one of our partner restaurants before or after the show. These restaurants are all a few meters from the Crazy Horse. The opportunity to make 2 evenings in 1
Is the room accessible to people with reduced mobility?
The cabaret naturally has dedicated access for people with reduced mobility. In order to best prepare your visit and your comfort, we invite you to contact us before the performance by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 01.47.23.32.32 Your satisfaction is our priority!