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Life is a cabaret at Crown Mel­bourne this win­ter as For­ever Crazy, a

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Whether you’re a Fran­cophile, dance and theatre fan, or just look­ing for a fun night out, For­ever Crazy is an un­miss­able ex­pe­ri­ence. The show fea­tures high­lights from leg­endary French cabaret Crazy Horse Paris, which opened in 1951 and has be­come a cul­tural in­sti­tu­tion, renowned for its so­phis­ti­cated ap­proach to the art of se­duc­tion – not to men­tion its cast of beau­ti­ful, clas­si­cally trained dancers. In keep­ing with Crazy Horse Paris tra­di­tion, For­ever Crazy cel­e­brates fem­i­nine beauty through a se­ries of chore­ographed vi­gnettes that com­bine dance, art and high fash­ion with a play­ful sense of hu­mour.

CRAZY LOVE

More than 15 mil­lion pa­trons have vis­ited Crazy Horse Paris, in­clud­ing nu­mer­ous celebri­ties. Ac­tor Naomi Watts de­scribed the ex­pe­ri­ence as “beau­ti­ful”, di­rec­tor Steven Spiel­berg dubbed it “mag­nifique”, and de­signer Jean Paul Gaultier de­clared, “I am crazy about the Crazy Horse.” The shows have also made their mark on pop cul­ture, with ac­tor Demi Moore vis­it­ing the Paris cabaret to pre­pare for her role in Striptease, while a Crazy Horse Paris per­for­mance of Eartha Kitt’s Cham­pagne Taste gave Christina Aguil­era the in­spi­ra­tion for her Hurt video clip.

FRENCH CON­NEC­TION

More than just a show, For­ever Crazy is a unique op­por­tu­nity to ex­pe­ri­ence one of France’s most pop­u­lar and en­dur­ing cul­tural phe­nomenons. Get into the joie de vivre spirit by start­ing your night with din­ner and drinks at one of Crown Mel­bourne’s world-class restau­rants, be­fore strolling to The Palms at Crown to en­joy the show with a glass of cham­pagne. With its el­e­gant, in­ti­mate feel, the pur­pose-built cabaret venue is the per­fect place to ex­pe­ri­ence all the glam­our, spec­ta­cle and fun of For­ever Crazy.

GIRLS JUST WANNA

HAVE FUN De­signer cos­tumes, dra­matic hair and make- up, and a sense of hu­mour are all part of the

For­ever Crazy show.

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