- One of the world’s most famous cabaret shows
- Best-known Paris night spot
- Witness more than 60 dancers performing “Féerie”
The Moulin Rouge remains to be an iconic institution primarily because it was *the first* world-famous burlesque show. If you’re a tourist in Paris, and want a taste of the nightlife from the place that started it all, we highly recommend it! Yes, it’s touristy, campy, and the seating can be a bit cramped at times. But hey, if you’re here for a historical, cultural, and uniquely iconic world-class experience – it’s something you’ll really enjoy.
Take your seat for a show involving a 100-strong artistic troupe, featuring “Doris Girls” in their flamboyant feathered costumes, studded with glittering rhinestones and sequins that have been handmade in some of the city’s finest workshops; world-class musical accompaniment from an orchestra with choral singers, incredible set design, and even an on-stage aquarium!
The Moulin Rouge is a feast of decadent entertainment, born during the Belle Époque, an unbridled period of optimism at the turn of the nineteenth century. Its most notorious scion, the artist Toulouse-Lautrec designed many of the cabaret’s original posters. Unmissable as you wander the Pigalle district for the red windmill on its roof, the Moulin Rouge is an unforgettable riot of colour, movement and sound. Step back in time to France’s golden age, with this fantastic Tinggly gift idea.