Enjoy the legendary Paradis Latin cabaret show.
The first Parisian cabaret show is still the best. Revel in the atmosphere of this historic Latin Quarter night club.
Price: $122 ("Champagne Revue" - show and champagne only), $175 (show and "Festival" dinner menu), $213 (show and "Star" dinner menu)
Dinner guests arrive at 8:00 pm. The Paradis Latin cabaret show begins daily at 9:30 pm. Clients booking the "Champagne Revue" package should arrive at 9:00 pm.
We offer three ways to experience the Paradis Latin Cabaret. Two packages with dinner and one with champagne only. Unlike other dinner-cabaret shows, all food is prepared in house in the Paradis Latin Cabaret kitchen.
All dinner packages include a half-bottle of Bordeaux wine, 1/4 bottle of Champagne, and a half-bottle of mineral water per person.
The "Champagne Revue" includes a half-bottle of Champagne and show tickets only.
In 1802 Napoleon Bonaparte, as First Consul of France, ordered that a theater be build on the rue des Fosses-Saint-Victor. The theater was dubbed Theater Latin.
In 1870 the theater, and its fabled lower level salon, was destroyed in a fire during the Franco-Prussian war. Gustave Eiffel was tasked with restoring the theater in preparation for the 1889 World's Fair. The new theater was named Le Paradis Latin and was very active until the 1930's.
The theater went dark from the mid-1930's until 1977 when the theater was refurbished and Paradis Latin Cabaret was born.
The current production of the Paradis Latin Cabaret is conceived and directed by master showman Christian Dura.
The theme of this years show is the "magical garden." The theater is transformed throughout the show into an enchanted carrousel, a masked ball, with a mix of lavish fanfare and modern ballet pieces.
The beautiful vibrant dancers along with guest performance artists deliver an unforgettable night of revere and pleasure.