It was great fun being at the birthplace of Paris Cabaret. That said, there isn't any translation or explanation for non-French speakers.
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This is a very unusual venue. Everyone sits along the wall at long tables and a group sits in the middle of the room and sings old French songs. Everyone is invited to sing along. The soloists and the pianist are wonderful. It's very funny...More
Go for the experience of immersing in old school Chanson. It's not about the food or drink (limited) but reliving Edith Piaff, sitting shoulder to shoulder with other like minded celebrants all night long. As we departed in the wee hours of the morning a...More
I wanted to hear traditional French chanson, I expected everything to be in French and the performers had wonderful voices very much like the performers in our local, volunteer, musicals. Many of the tunes were familiar but I wish we had pursued another venue that...More
This is a cabaret with a long history, a small and cosy place redolent with memories. The show features some top-class singers and performers and I was so happy to hear classic Parisian songs like 'Pigalle' and 'La Vie en Rose', as well as some...More
My 83 year old mother has wanted to go here for as long as I can remember. We finally went l last week and it didn't disappoint! Tiny, unique atmosphere, good humoured and very French....something a bit different - just wish we'd known more of...More
Small intimate venue. The real deal with 8 performers who keep you smiling. Such a treat to be part of the true Parisian entertainment!
In the early 1900s, Au Lapin Agile, a charming cabaret in Montmartre was the hangout spot for thinkers and artists like Picasso. “Au Lapin Agile” is also an expensive Picasso painting which interestingly was painted for the owner of the cabaret in exchange for free...More
Thanks for sharing your comment! There was back then a spontaneous solidarity and love for artistic expression and a table in the room was "reserved" for the artists who cheered up the audience with their own contribution with poems or songs, sometimes a sculpture or...More