A spectacular ‘Féerie’ show that dazzles with charm, drama, dance and music. The elaborately dressed women dominate the performance and exhibit powerful choreography and stage presence.
The atmospheric theater is also makes for a glorious backdrop to have a French feast with fine Champagne prior to the shows start. 130+ years of sordid and sinful history have passed by here, and it's growing list of lingerie fulled stories are a sight to behold.
Don't just enjoy the legendary burlesque show, indulge in a fine dining experience with the best seats in the house! If ever you were to impress your other half, this is the perfect date night.
Take your seats at one of the world’s most famous cabarets at a performance of the Moulin Rouge show “Féerie,” created by Doris Haug and Ruggero Angeletti, and choreographed by Bill Goodson. With each pair of tickets you'll receive a complimentary bottle of champagne to toast with!
When you arrive, you will be shown to your table by our Maître d’.
It is a requirement that you wear smart dress when attending an evening at Moulin Rouge: shorts, Bermuda shorts, ﬂipﬂops, sportswear and sports shoes are not permitted.
Tickets issued cannot be bought back, refunded or exchanged. If a show is cancelled by Moulin Rouge, refund requests should be sent to the Moulin Rouge Box Ofﬁce.
For copyright and security reasons it is strictly forbidden to photograph, ﬁlm or record all or part of the Moulin Rouge theatre and the show.
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