Which are the best cabaret shows in Paris?

juLY 2023

If you’re looking for a spectacular show in the heart of the French capital, make sure to choose one of the top Parisian cabarets. Each venue has its own distinctive style so check out our guide to help you decide which Parisian cabaret show you should choose!

The Moulin Rouge

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The Moulin Rouge offers an extraordinary ambiance. Its Belle Époque décor plunges visitors into a timeless world. Nestled at the foot of Montmartre, this cabaret offers a simply unforgettable experience! 

Before the show, enjoy a delicious dinner accompanied by champagne or other alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages.

With its sparkling decor and costumes festooned with sequins and rhinestones, experience the incredible magic of the Féerie show.

The dancers from the Moulin Rouge will take you on a journey through various scenes, culminating with the world-famous French Cancan.

Don’t forget to book tickets early – the show sells out fast!

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Le Moulin Rouge, 82 Boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris


Show times: 7 pm for the dinner show, and 9 pm or 11 pm for the evening show

Price: show only from €110, dinner and a show from €225

Open: every day

Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Highlight: French Cancan

Children allowed: from 6 years old

Metro station: Blanche station (line 2)

La Nouvelle Eve

Located at the foot of the Butte Montmartre, La Nouvelle Eve parisian cabaret welcomes you to one of the oldest theatres in Paris from April to October. Every evening, the revue Paris je t’aime, a blend of music hall and cabaret, pays homage to the artistic history of the capital and one of the neighbourhood’s most iconic figures – Edith Piaf.

La Nouvelle Eve offers a range of packages so you can make the most of your evening. In addition to the show, you can also book dinner – the perfect opportunity to treat yourself to a mouthwateringly delicious meal!

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La Nouvelle Eve, 25 Rue Pierre Fontaine, 75009 Paris


Show times: 6.30 pm for the dinner show, and 8.30 pm or 10.30 pm for the evening show

Price: show only €79, champagne and a show €99, dinner and a show €159

Open: April to October, every day except Wednesday

Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Highlight: music hall

Children allowed: yes

Metro station: Blanche (line 2) or Pigalle station (line 2 or 12)


The Crazy Horse differs from the Moulin Rouge in the type of show it puts on. Here, there are no extravagant spectacles here, just revues performed exclusively by women. This parisian cabaret offers elegant burlesque effeuillage and polished dance performances. In a cosy, hushed atmosphere, enjoy a night-time show like you’ve never seen before. The Crazy Horse also invites well-known artists to perform on stage.

For its dinner show packages, the venue hand picks its partner establishments. Michelin-starred restaurants, brasseries, Bateaux-Mouches or Bustronome, enjoy fusion cuisine in the venue of your choice.

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Le Crazy Horse, 12 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris


Show times: 8 pm and 10.30 pm from Sunday to Friday; and 7 pm, 9.30 pm and midnight on Saturday

Price: from €115

Open: every day

Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Highlight: burlesque effeuillage 

Children allowed: from 10 years old, accompanied by their parents or guardians

Metro station: George V station (line 1)


Located in the world-famous Latin Quarter, the Paradis Latin is the oldest cabaret in Paris. Marvel at the Revue show L’Oiseau Paradis, directed and choreographed by Kamel Ouali. The acrobats, dancers, actors and singers will transport you to a dreamlike universe.

The Paradis Latin also offers a family show catering to all ages, with its Mon Premier Cabaretshow.

You can eat on site thanks to the “lunch show” or “dinner show” options. The menu offers several options for a personalised experience.

Le Paradis Latin, 28 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 75005 Paris


Show times: 2.15 pm (Mon Premier Cabaret), 9.30 pm (L’Oiseau Paradis)

Rate: Show only €80, dinner with a show from €175. Young people under 26: show only €50. 

Open: every day except Tuesday

Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Highlight: music hall

Children accepted: yes, no age restrictions

Metro station: Jussieu station (lines 10 and 7)

Don’t wait to book your next evening in one of the French capital’s cabarets!

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