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The Moulin Rouge Cabaret In Paris With Its Windmill And Famous Cancan Girls

Author : Martyn Davis   Top Author

Submitted : 2013-05-24 00:00:00    Word Count : 885    Popularity:   Not Rated

Tags:   moulin rouge, cabaret in paris, cabaret, revue, paris, show, tourist attraction in Paris, tourist attraction, holiday

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The Moulin Rouge is another famous and well known icon within Paris where many will know of it from being the origin of the French Cancan in this cabaret venue, where over 100 years it is still visited from tourists from all around the world wishing to visit and have an experience.


The history of this spectacular tourist attractions in Paris in itself is interesting in how it has played host to many famous celebrities including that of Elton John, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and more, but also helped with the introducing of the French Cancan as well as helping upcoming artists reach popularity.


Additionally the Moulin Rouge has also featured as a title of a book by Pierre La Mure, which was later made into a film in 1952 named Moulin Rouge, staring Zsa-Zsa Gabor and Jose Ferrer, yet in 2001 there was another movie made, this time with the name of Moulin Rouge! which included the actors Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor. There have also been many drawings, paintings and posters made by the famous artist Toulouse-Lautrec who was seen frequently at this cabaret.


The cabaret in Paris isn't hard to miss, featuring a large red windmill outside which used to be a prominent feature within the Montmarte area that used to be filled with many mills, yet today only a couple remain in existence.


Although the outside may look a little towards the old side with the windmill, when you walk in you can take a look at some of the Belle Epoque era art which covers the walls from mural paintings, original posters, Morris columns and more. And each small table is equipped with a soft red lamp that helps create a very warm and inviting atmosphere.


The revues, also known as shows, are still as breathtaking as they were years ago, with perfected choreography and acts, which all begin with the letter F which was a superstition back from the 1960's where the Revue must begin with this letter, which is another amazing fact from the history of the Moulin Rouge.


This tourist attraction has stayed popular for over a century thanks to the variety it offers from dance to music, including acts from mime, singers and right through to acrobats, it is something for a completely unusual evening while on holiday in Paris.


And yet the cabaret venue still keeps true to its roots, with a dinner show which was firstly envisioned in the mid 1950's and is still run by Dalloyou even today.


The last revue was held in 2012 and called Feerie, having a list of 80 artists as well as international acts, world known juggler and 60 girls, as well as everything being performed to original music made by 80 musicians and 60 chorus singers.


And yet that is not all, the costumes also play a major roll. With over 1000 different costumes featuring everything from rhinestones and sequins to feathers which were produced by the top Paris workshops as well as incredible sets which were made by Italian artists.


On top of all of that, the newest revues have recently gained the famous aquarium as well, which was the original idea of Jacki Clerico who had it constructed back in the 1950's again.


One great thing is that even if this show in Paris is primarily in French it doesn't take away from the breathtaking performance even if you cannot understand any of the songs, they can still sound amazing.


To see the revue you can go and see the show just by itself at either 9pm of 11pm at 95€ per person, and for another ten Euros you can also enjoy a glass of champagne or another choice of drink.


There is additionally a dinner show option where you can enjoy a three course meal at 7pm which is followed by the show at the 9pm showing. And obviously there are different meal options to pick from including a vegetarian and vegan. Which is either €175 or €200 depending which you chose, as well as half a bottle of champagne as of 2012.


Children under the age of 6 are not allowed but any under the age of 12 are allowed in for €50, and for a dinner cost with a soft drink at either €120 or €145


On top of those options the Moulin Rouge cabaret venue in Paris offers matinees on specific dates to watching the Show Feerie which starts at 2:45pm which includes half a bottle of champagne for €105. Or if you prefer you can have a set three course meal which begins at 1pm until 4:45pm at a cost of €145 as of 2012.


Of course not forgetting they also have special menus for certain times of the year such as for Christmas and more, but booking and checking pricing is always advised as it can vary greatly.


For this reason it makes the Moulin Rouge a fantastic tourist attraction in Paris to visit and enjoy a meal with a whole array of acts and performances in a great setting to enjoy while on holiday in Paris.

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