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Paradis Latin
Paradis Latin

Paradis Latin

28, rue du Cardinal Lemoine, Paris, France, 75005

The Basics

The famed Paradis Latin has a history full of twists, turns, and surprising characters—Napoleon Bonaparte, for one, who ordered the construction of the Latin Theatre (a predecessor to the Paradis Latin) in 1803. Though it was damaged in a fire during the Franco-Prussian War and forced to close, the theater was revamped and renamed under Gustave Eiffel, who decked it out with metal fixtures and a glass cupola in time for the 1889 World’s Fair. With additional periods of closure and renovation behind it, the thriving cabaret hosts its signature show, Paradis à la Folie, most evenings.

The Paradis Latin is an in-demand destination that attracts crowds, so book your tickets in advance. Choose from options that include dinner or Champagne and macarons on the side; upgrade to VIP seating, which affords the best views in the house.

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Paradis Latin Paris Cabaret Champagne & Show
Paradis Latin Paris Cabaret Champagne & Show
$92.32 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Spectacular
The show is spectacular with wide talent. The ladies are beautiful and the effects are equally good.
MFA, Sep 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Paris

star-4
Good evening!!
Sandra_B, Oct 2021
Paradis Latin Paris Cabaret Champagne & Show
Fabulous show and costumes(when they wore them:), talented dancers!! Unfortunately, only 4 stars because the champagne was very" low end "even tasted old. Too bad, looked forward to enjoying that with the great show.
star-4
after the show began and...
Lutz_P, Sep 2021
Paradis Latin Paris Cabaret Dinner & Show
after the show began and the order was placed, the menus were exchanged. The menu couldn`t be translated even with a dictionary. Help only came from the front desk, as the waiter didn`t know the menu either. In order to pacify the situation, however, we received a bottle of sparkling wine as compensation. We liked the show a lot.
star-5
Valentines treat
Paul, Mar 2020
Paradis Latin Paris Cabaret Champagne & Show
Spectacular show, amazing props and love that the cast come out same door so you can thank them personally.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Paradis à la Folie, the current show, has been performed since 2008 and includes 15 different rousing scenes.

  • A smart-casual dress code is recommended; while jeans and sneakers are permitted, sportswear and beachwear are not.

  • The Paradis Latin is accessible for visitors with limited mobility.

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How to Get There

Access the Paradis Latin via the Métro; the 10 line stops at Cardinal Lemoine, and the 7 and 10 lines also stop at the nearby Jussieu. You can also take the 47, 63, 67, 86, and 87 bus lines, which stop nearby. Given its convenient Latin Quarter location, the theater is also accessible by car, on foot, or by Vélib’.

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When to Get There

The Paradis Latin is open from Wednesday–Monday, and holds regular evening performances (as well as lunchtime, matinee shows on select dates). It also hosts special revue shows for select holidays, like Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve.

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French Can-can Workshop

Impressed by the Paradis Latin’s dancers, and curious about the can-can? The theater hosts a monthly workshop that will teach you the basics of this classic dance style.

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