World renowned cabaret club Le Crazy Horse Paris comes to London in September with its brand new show, Forever Crazy. For just three months, Forever Crazy will spice up the South Bank with ten elegant Crazy Horse dancers performing in the new luxurious purpose-built venue.
Last week, I was invited to a preview of the new show at the suitably decadent Arts Club on Dover Street. Held in the sumptuous, dimly-lit Night Club, dancers from Le Crazy Horse Paris performed three dances from the new show. We watched in awe as the elegant, coquettish dancers blew kisses, high kicked over chairs and stomped in line dressed as Royal Guards.
Opened in 1951 by Alain Bernardin on the prestigious Avenue George V, Le Crazy Horse Paris is known for its glamorous nude cabaret and bohemian joie de vivre.
Le Crazy Horse has since collaborated with special guests such as Pamela Anderson, Carmen Electra, Arielle Dombasle and most notably, Dita Von Teese.
Throughout the decades, Le Crazy Horse girls have been muses to artists, writers and fashion designers. They have walked in Jean-Paul Gaultier’s Spring/Summer 2011 couture presentation, performed a special diamond show for Chopard and modelled for David Lynch’s ‘Fetish’ project with art direction by Christian Louboutin and costumes by Mark Fast.
Get a sneak peek of Forever Crazy…
Forever Crazy will run from 18 September to 24 December 2012 at Southbank. Tickets start from £35 and special Champagne and show packages are available.
For more info, visit: www.forevercrazy.co.uk
All photos by Cherie City (except interior images)