2 hoursStart time
Please make your way to Paradis Latin, 28 Rue Cardinal Lemoine, 75005 Paris.
Nearest metro: Cardinal Lemoine (Line n°10)
You are advised to arrive 30 minutes before the start time to allow you plenty of time to take your seat.
Paradis Latin, 28 Rue Cardinal Lemoine, 75005 Paris.
Enjoy an unforgettable evening at Paris’s oldest cabaret venue, the incomparable Paradis Latin.
Enter a stunning setting, perfect for cabaret, with ritzy décor, velvet curtains, a myriad mirrors and sparkling chandeliers. Then after lunch, prepare to be transported back to the golden era of vaudeville and burlesque.
Sit back to watch a sensational show with extravagant sets and sparkly costumes, paying homage to the days when Paris was legendary for ‘naughty’ entertainments. You will be treated to a spectacular display of superb dancing, singing, and circus acts.
To enjoy this great night out in Paris, make your way to Paradis Latin, 28 Rue Cardinal Lemoine, 75005 Paris. The nearest metro is Cardinal Lemoine (Line 10). Please dress formally for the evening. Gentlemen are requested to wear a tie and jacket.
Le Paradis Latin is one of the oldest musical theater venues in the world and the only cabaret on the Left Bank. The theater opened in 1803 as the ‘Theatre Latin’, the brainchild of no less a person than Napoleon Bonaparte. By the 1830s, it was one of the highlights of Paris life, visited by artists, intellectuals, students, workers, merchants and aristocrats.
Destroyed by war in the 1870s, the building was restored to glory by Gustav Eiffel (of Eiffel Tower fame). In 1889, it reopened as ‘Le Paradis Latin’, and was a triumphant success. But in the early 20th century Montmartre became the center of Paris nightlife; Le Paradis Latin declined and the theater fell into disrepair.
In the 1970s, a property developer discovered not only the metal framework of Gustav Eiffel but also lavish theatrical decoration and props. Thanks to his vision, Le Paradis Latin was restored once again and has been a popular venue ever since.
The Paradis Latin variety show includes the famous French Can Can and reflects the days when Paris was famous for risqué entertainments. The sexy, 2-hour show features tasteful nudity and is a lot of fun, but not suitable for children.
With incredibly talented artists, vibrant sets and costumes and original choreography, the spectacular entertainment presents ballet, tap dancing and circus acts, in addition to other unforgettable attractions.
You will also enjoy a sumptuous lunch - please note menu is subject to change.
You will receive a revised confirmation voucher with the reservation number soon after the booking confirmation, you should present this confirmation voucher at the box office to receive your Paradis Latin tickets.
This revue features tasteful nudity and is not suitable for children.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
The master of ceremonies speaks French and English
The show was amazing and the star menu meal we had was fabulous. Many thanks to all at Paradis Latin and Isango....
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