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Paris: Lido Cabaret Show With Champagne

1. Paris: Lido Cabaret Show With Champagne

Spend a memorable evening marveling at the upbeat choreography of the dances performed by the famous Bluebell Girls and Lido Boys. Savor a glass or half-bottle of Champagne during the show, depending on the option you choose. The Lido show Paris Merveilles is a unique tribute to the elegance and treasures of Paris. With its breathtaking sets, an entire city is transformed before your eyes, blurring the boundaries of space and time. Extravagant hats and magnificent costumes are decorated with beautiful feathers and sparkle with a thousand lights. Dare to take a new look at Art Nouveau, stop over at the foot of the famous Iron Lady, admire the fashion shows, and much more. The Bluebell Girls are the quintessential embodiment of Paris, famous around the world for their sexy and sophisticated image. The illustrious company, created in 1932 by Margaret Kelly, has set the stage of the Lido ablaze every night since 1948. Surrounded by 12 Lido Boys and impressive stage sets, more than 40 dancers combine charm, elegance and glamor, treating you to an inimitable and bewitching performance. Since its beginnings, the company continues to reinvent itself, while preserving the precision and energy of the Bluebell Girls and ensuring an unparalleled experience for the audience.

Paris: Lido Cabaret Show with Seating Options

2. Paris: Lido Cabaret Show with Seating Options

Enjoy a night to remember on your trip to Paris.  Head to the famous Lido and settle in to your seats to watch the Paris Merveilles, a unique tribute to the elegance and treasures of the city.  Spend a memorable 2 hours admiring the show’s breathtaking sets, and marvel at the Bluebell Girls and Lido Boys as they prance and dance across the stage. Their extravagant hats and magnificent costumes sparkle under the glistening lights, creating an experience you’ll never forget.

Paris: Lido Cabaret Show With Dinner Options

3. Paris: Lido Cabaret Show With Dinner Options

Enjoy an unforgettable evening at the legendary Lido cabaret in Paris, and see the Bluebell Girls in all their finery. After a warm welcome, you will be accompanied to your table for your pre-show meal. Choose from one of the available menus and enjoy a 3-course dinner of French food, cooked by chef Philippe Lacroix and his team. Immerse yourself in the dazzling lights and music of the theater as you take a few steps on the Lido’s legendary stage before the curtain is raised. Then, sit back and relax as the "Paris Merveilles" tribute to Paris begins. Be amazed as the city is transformed before your eyes, blurring the boundaries of space and time. The fantastical journey features emblems of Paris scattered through various scenes. Follow the frenzied choreographies of the Bluebell Girls and Lido Boys. Marvel at costumes of extravagant hats and exotic feathers. The Bluebell Girls are the embodiment of Paris, famous for their sexy and sophisticated routines. The company, created in 1932 by Margaret Kelly, has set the stage of the Lido ablaze every night since 1948. Along with 12 Lido Boys, more than 40 dancers combine elegance and glamour in a bewitching performance. During the festive season, enjoy a magical evening with the special festive menu. The cabaret of the Champs-Élysées offers you a refined dinner, specifically created for this period, followed by the amazing show “Paris Merveilles”, led by the spectacular Lido dancers, the Bluebell Girls. MENUS: SOIRÉE PLUME - Tomato medley tartare in olive oil topped with prawns, chorizo and chickpeas Or Salmon marinated in dill on a cucumber carpaccio served with melon, horseradish and pomegranate seeds Lightly seared bream fillet with a duo of tagliatelle and green pesto coulis Or Red Label chicken supreme served with a ratatouille marmalade and savoury mushroom semolina cake Lemon and verbena dome with strawberry coulis Or Choc-raspberry sweet treat - gluten-free dessert No drinks included MENU FESTIF - Gravlax salmon steak, pickled carrots, coloured radishes and pomegranate coulis Or Duck foie gras, confit fig clafoutis and pistachio chip Matelote-style cod fillet, veal breast confit, shallot compote and pan-fried mushrooms Or Veal with purple mustard, polenta with dried fruit and braised beetroot Entremets «Secret de plumes» - Creation of la Maison LENÔTRE A half-bottle of Champagne Brut 1er cru or a half-bottle of wine, mineral water, and coffee

Planning Your Visit

  • Le Lido or Moulin Rouge?

    Both are as extravagant as they are expensive, so if you can only afford one, consider exactly what you want. Moulin Rouge certainly has the richest history – you can almost feel it coursing through you in the theater! Le Lido, however, tends to be a little classier (or at least less cheesy).

  • How to get tickets?

    You can book a table at lido.fr but consider shopping around for package deals!

  • How to dress?

    The dress code is smart casual. For men, a jacket and tie are encouraged but not compulsory. Shorts, sportswear, and tennis shoes/sneakers are not allowed.

Good to know

  • When should I visit?
    Open everyday from 9:00AM to 2:00AM, with dinner and a show every night at 7:00PM.
  • Is it expensive?
    Packages for drinks and/or food and the show start at 115€.
  • Will I need a guide?
    A guide is not necessary, but consider pairing a show with another tour!
  • How to get there
    Take the metro line 1 to George V or the RER A to Charles de Gaulle Étoile.
  • Additional information

    • Please note that shorts, sportswear and sneakers are not allowed!

    • Matinée and Champagne shows are also available.

    • Children over 4 are welcome.

    • Photography and filming are not allowed in the theater.

    • Plan to arrive 30 minutes prior to your selected showtime.

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What people are saying about Paris Lido

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 1,320 reviews

If you are fine to seat next to absolute strangers. The service was fine, ordered tickets without drinks and at the place bottle of Champaign’s costs from 80 euro.

Great night out. Seats were just above floor area where people sit for dinner so excellent view. Get there early for best seats.

Amazing show would highly recommend, went with teenage daughter (13) wouldn’t take any child younger.

Totally worth it, great end of the day spent in Paris. Brings you into Parisian party atmosphere.

The only thing we didn't like was that we were seated with another couple