Crazy Horse Paris: the legend 2017-04-13T06:24:38+00:00

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RAZY HORSE THE LEGEND

ARTISTIC HERITAGE

Situated in the heart of the Golden Triangle, on the prestigious avenue George V, the original Crazy Horse Paris, also commonly referred to as Le Crazy, was founded by Alain Bernardin in 1951, and has ever since been the world’s only, most illustrious and truly sensual cabaret.

Over the past 65 years, its various shows have seduced over 15 million passionate spectators, amongst them, an endless list of international celebrities, including Warren Beatty, Elizabeth Taylor, President John F. Kennedy, Jackie
and Aristotle Onassis, Salvador Dali,… and more recently Beyoncé, Madonna, Sting, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Christina Aguilera, Sharon Stone, Kanye West, Steven Spielberg, Pink, Marc Jacobs, Daniel Buren, Elie Saab, Albert Elbaz,Paolo Coelho, Pedro Almodovar and Jean Paul Gaultier.

INSPIRATION

Since its inception, Crazy Horse Paris , with its impeccable reputation and unique “genre”, has been dedicated to celebrating “La Femme” in innovative, artistically captivating and stimulating ways – pleasing women and men alike.

Inspired by the endless theme of femininity, Le Crazy has perfected its creation of shows combining creativity and audacity with stunning, substantially female dancers, performing bathed in rich coloured lights. The show presents itself as a unique kaleidoscope of beauty, grace, passion and precision.

The attributes have inspired many artists around the world including: Kylie Minogue, Christina Aguilera, Mirwais, Monarchy, Blanca Li, Pierre & Gilles, Philippe Katerine, Beyoncé (who collaborated with Crazy Horse Paris on her video “Partition” from her 2013 “Beyoncé” album).

FEMININITY

In 2006,

the glamorous Parisian venue started to integrate world famous women in its shows to perform tailor made acts as headlining guests for a limited set of exclusive performances… Among them: Dita von Teese, Pamela Anderson, Carmen Electra, Clotilde Courau & Arielle Dombasle and Conchita Wurst.

These innovative guest performances have contributed to provoke mass media excitement, while keeping the shows on glamorously high heels.