Lido de Paris
Where would Paris nightlife be without its famous cabarets? Since 1946, the Lido has offered up a sumptuous dinner show every night on the Champs-Élysées. On the menu: feathers, rhinestones, beautiful women and sequins. Around 500,000 visitors attend the shows each year, the quality of this mythic cabaret making it a rite of passage. Take the short stroll over from the Arc de Triomphe, then sit back and admire the legendary Bluebell Girls troop, created by Margaret Kelly, as they do their stuff.
A Touch of Magic
The magic of the place takes effect as soon as you enter the giant club. With mind-blowing sets and visual effects, the show takes off at a hectic pace, plunging the audience into a fantasy Paris. On stage, a succession of unique artistic performances, directed by Franco Dragone, come quick and fast. Dragone, the creator of some of the greatest shows on earth, has turned his hand to the art of cabaret with panache. Be amazed by the sumptuous choreographies and dazzled by the sudden appearance of a skating rink, a swimming pool and even fountains worthy of the Château of Versailles.
Not to be outshone on the dining front, the gourmet menu was created by Philippe Lacroix, while desserts come from Lenôtre. The cabaret that invented the dinner-show concept is onto a winning formula: treats for the taste buds and wonder for the eyes.
Access and contact
Metro Line 1 (station George V)
RER A (Charles de Gaulle Etoile)
Days and opening hours
All year round between 9 AM and 2 AM.
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