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Legendary Parisian Cabaret in Poland
September 30, 2011   
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The Crazy Horse, the most legendary of all cabarets in Paris, is coming to Poland for the first time with a Forever Crazy show Nov. 15 in £ód¼ and Nov. 19 and 20 in Warsaw.

The Crazy Horse cabaret was opened by Alain Bernardin in Paris in 1951 and to date has entertained 10 million viewers. From the beginning, it was popular with famous actors, movie directors, musicians and writers. Charles Aznavour made his debut at the Crazy Horse, while audiences could bump into the likes of Elizabeth Taylor and Elvis Presley. Other notable guests included U.S. President John F. Kennedy and former First Lady Jackie Kennedy, who came here as Jackie Kennedy Onassis in the company of Aristotle Onassis. Regulars at the Crazy Horse included Salvador Dali, who designed a mouth-shaped sofa especially for the cabaret’s “Lecon d’érotisme” number. The Crazy Horse continues to draw celebrities from all corners of the world and the most prominent of them to visit the cabaret in recent years include Madonna, Sting, Paolo Coelho, Christina Aguilera, Pedro Almodovar, Kylie Minogue, Sharon Stone, Naomi Watts, Pink, Beyonce, Bono and many others.

Crazy Horse Paris is a sophisticated show that provides a kaleidoscopic review of different kinds of feminine beauty, sensitivity and passion. Women who attend auditions for the Crazy Horse are faced with strict requirements which are identical to those introduced by Alain Bernardin when he started the Crazy Horse legend six decades ago. The dancers from the present lineup come from 15 countries, including France, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Italy, Azerbaijan, Switzerland and Romania. All are trained in ballet.

For further information go to www.crazy-horse.com.pl
Tickets available at www.paradam.pl
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