Saturday, July 17, 2010

Moulin Rouge Club

Moulin Rouge Club

All I can say is: WOW. The show of the Moulin Rouge was amazing! Colors, lights, music, entertainment! Everything was there. Though famous for the topless women, the show is much more than that. There are dancers, comedians, and gymnasts. One act that I thought was particularly amazing: a man and women doing amazing balancing acts of strength. They balanced each other with just a hand, and did tricks I didn't think were possible! A must see in Paris!
Despite the fact that the show is not entirely topless women, the Moulin Rouge is still not child-friendly. Leave the kids at home for this one. I had teenage boys in my tour group, and they giggled a bit...
As a warning, cameras are not allowed inside the Moulin Rouge. They collect them at the door, then give them back to you after your show.
As for the dress code, dress smartly. You don't need to go all out, but look presentable. Ladies could wear a nice dress or a skirt and top. Men could wear a dress shirt and pants.

Info: Opened in 1889 to an enthusiastic public, the Moulin Rouge has remained the most famous cabaret in the world.
Theme: Nightclub - Theater
Open: Dinner from 7pm, shows from 9pm and 11pm daily.
Entrance: £82, dinner and show from £130.
Location: 82 Boulevard de Clichy, 18th, M° Blanche
Phone: +33 1 53 09 82 82
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