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Paris has long been famous for its raucous cabarets and sexy late-night dancers. But now its best-known cabaret, Crazy Horse, has made the short journey across the channel to the heart of the British capital for its new show, 'Forever Crazy'. But the most exciting thing about the whole venture is yet to come - for one week, from 1 - 8 November, model and actress Kelly Brook will be joining the girls on stage to show off her own talents as a cabaret dancer.
She's got a figure to make men's jaws drop and to turn women green with envy, and she's been trained by former Crazy Horse dancer-turned-show manager, Iota Theoreme. Kelly Brook is possibly the world's perfect candidate for this sexy dance display, where she is to feature in one act, Lešon d'Erotisme, before leaving the usual cast to take it away.
Situated on London's exclusive South Bank, the new cabaret venue is already making a stir in the city. Along with the dancers, stunning visual effects and costumes are wowing audiences as they enjoy some of the best cocktails and champagne that London has to offer. With a maximum capacity of 450 guests, two bars and a VIP lounge, the club has a distinctly high society feel. 'Crazy hour' starts an hour before the scheduled performance, when spectators can enjoy discounted cocktails and other drinks. Then it's on with the show, a two-hour spectacular of whirling, twirling, stunning dancing.
Producer Harvey Goldsmith CBE, is the genius behind the show and one of the top-dogs in the UK music industry. As well as producing both Live Aid and Live 8 with Bob Geldof, he has also worked with artists including the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and Bruce Springsteen. So the show promises to be nothing short of heart-stopping, and with ten million visitors to the Parisian show, you can be sure that these performers are truly worth seeing.
Tickets and more information are available from the Crazy Forever website.England
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