Book the all new Paradis Latin cabaret show
To celebrate its 130th year in operation, the all new Paradis Latin has collaborated with famed French choreographer and director Kamel Ouali.
Price: $115 per person ("Champagne Revue" - Show, champagne, and truffles only), $143 (Show and "Festival" dinner menu), $176 (Show and "Star" dinner menu), and $209 (Show and "Prestige" dinner menu)
Dinner guests arrive between 7:30 pm and at 8:00 pm. The Paradis Latin cabaret show begins promptly at 9:30 pm. Clients booking the "Champagne Revue" package should arrive at 9:00 pm.
The Paradis Latin was one of Napoleon's many improvements to what he saw as a crumbling Paris, built in 1803. Gustav Eiffel himself restored it in 1883 and a sharp eye will discern some design overlap. This beautiful venue's shows are a whimsical blend of the modern and classic approach to a nightclub, cabaret and dance experience. This year's show has delightful costumes created by the Parisian Couture House. Choreographer Kamel Ouali has triumphed in shows for Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Seal, Charles Aznavour, and the list goes on. Experience the spectacle and flair of this year's theme, "The Bird of Paradise", a modern take on classic cabaret you won't soon forget.
Sets feature the fine eye of Alain Lagarde, well-known international creator of sets for opera, musical comedy and theater. Currently, Miss Universe 2016, Iris Mittenaere, stars as the emcee and chanteuse who will take you on a classic cabaret journey with a modern twist.
Paradis Latin Paris Packages
We offer two ways to experience the Paradis Latin Cabaret. One package with dinner (drinks included) and the other with champagne and truffles only. Unlike other dinner-cabaret shows, all food is prepared in house in the Paradis Latin Cabaret kitchen.
All dinner packages include a half-bottle of Bordeaux wine, 1/4 bottle of Champagne, and a half-bottle of mineral water per person.
The "Champagne Revue" includes a half-bottle of Champagne, truffles and show tickets only.
Why we love Paradis Latin - A few things separate Paradis Latin from other cabaret shows in Paris. First, it is a family-owned business. That’s nice. Second, there is an actual full kitchen on site. Third, the show is generally more family friendly, with a variety of acts, than Moulin Rouge, Lido, and Crazy Horse. Paradis Latin is a great time. Recommend. - John, LinkParis.com