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Manfred Thierry Mugler offers the spectacular show that was missing in Paris.Dancers, acrobats, singers, actors, models, and performers maintain the pace of a bewitching story through which Mugler hints at every fact of beauty.The Mugler Follies...more
A very disappointing show that was no where near full and not worth the money. It's very tacky, and while I didn't mind it being in French, it was conducted very poorly that I had no idea what was going on most of the time....More
The costumes were amazing and that's it really.
The show was very disappointing. It's trying to be something and it's failing at every angle. It's amateur dramatics at its campest. The dancers were good but the choreography didn't show them off at all. There's a...More
This is with no doubt the best show I have seen. The costumes are amazingly 'mugler extravaganza' style and the performance is out of the ordinary. It is quite difficult to describe but clearly one of its kind. it offers a wide variety. a show...More
Was checking out a magazine in our hotel when I spotted this show, went on line and got some web tickets for 42 euros, and they were worth every cent. First up when we arrived my wife was on crutches due to a op, we...More
My husband and I booked the champagne dinner and show deal. During dinner, which is before the show, they have different singers perform and some of the performers mingle with the crowd. The dinner was surprising good and so was dessert. We sipped on champagne...More
Like the Paradis Latin, the show is aimed at the French, so you'll have to suspend your disbelief a bit and not judge it on whether it would work in london. I really like Crazy horse which is very unique and Mugler Follies was basically...More
Recently went to see this show with my husband while visiting Paris. Although we had a fun evening , we were disappointed with the show. We got the tkts for the champagne bottle before the show. These seats are great and you can sip your...More
The neighbourhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighbourhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian