Be wined and dined at the best cabaret show in Paris. A dinner and show at Moulin Rouge is a show like no other.
The longest standing show in Paris' history, featuring over 100 artists, including 60 Doris Girls chosen from different countries for their style, finesse and beauty. Beauty is most definitely in the eyes of the beholder in Paris, where colourful and truly magnificent costumes take centre stage. 1,000 costumes are laden with feathers, sequins made in the most famous Parisian workshops. If you are a culture vulture you will be in awe of the rich colours and unique drawings created by Italian artists.
Looking for a menu to tantalise your tastebuds? The Mistinguett menu includes half a bottle of wine, and a three course menu of some of the finest ingredients.
Since its debut performances the Moulin Rouge show has entertained fans with world superstars of music hall, dance and singing. In its earlier years French personalities took centre stage, from Queen of the Can-Can and Toulouse-Lautrec’s muse La Goulue. In later years a number of famous French artists and singers would grace the stage, including Charles Trénet and Bourvil, and many world renowned artists have performed at the theatre including Ginger Rogers, Lauren Bacall, Ray Charles, Ella Fitzgerald, Juliette Binoche and Elton John.
Dress Code: Formal Dress Required (Gentleman are required to wear tie and jacket)
Cloakroom is compulsory at Moulin Rouge (not included).