Legendary Parisian cabaret Forever Crazy comes to London in 2012

Posted: 19th July 2012
Seducing audiences in Paris for more than sixty years, Forever Crazy comes to the Southbank in the autumn, tickets are available now

The seductive, juicy elegance of burlesque may have found a new audience in the UK in the last decade or so but it has been a central part of French culture since before Dita Von Teese was a glint in Papa Von Teese's eye.

In fact, it wasn't long after the Second World War when Forever Crazy first began teasing audiences. In the six decades or so since, Forever Crazy has blossomed into an artistic masterpiece, casting ten beautiful classically trained dancers in the sensual nightly worship of femininity and the "celebration of the inexhaustible subject of womanhood".

Such extravagance and downright opulence requires special surroundings and London audiences will be treated to the comfort of a luxurious purpose-built venue on the Southbank, behind the National Theatre, setting the lavish spectacle against a backdrop of eye-catching visual effects and stunning lighting.

The lights will go down for the first time on Tuesday 18 September running until Saturday, 22 December 2012. We have tickets available now, priced from £35.

With the exception of the first two nights there will be two shows per night - 7pm and 9:30pm (8:30pm for the first two nights). Admission is strictly for those aged 18 and over.

Stewart Darkin