Each show has seating for about 850 people and all you need do is call ahead to make reservations. Well not even that. Show up at the door and say you have reservations and you’ll get seated. (This is for the non-dinner show only) I highly recommend getting the champagne with the show. Tickets are 85€ a person 92€ with champagne. No cameras or video equipment area permitted inside and they are firm and polite but not overly invasive in that request.
Féerie was a crazy amazing spectacle of light, sound, and movement. The costumes were amazing! The performers made the show specifically the four ‘interim’ acts – Juggling, Magic, Giant Aquarium, and Contortionist (kinda) team. My favorite was the last act the Contortionist/strength act performed by a couple. Just Wow!
Across the street from the Moulin Rouge is the Blanche Metro station. One of the unique aspects of this station is the air vent that continually streams high volumes of air up in to the Parisian night. It was much fun to watch people climbing up for photographs by friends and strangers.
If you’ve ever seen Baz Luhrmanns film…there area some similarities in the performance but well you really should go and see it for yourself.
I did catch a few of the performers coming out after the show. I was amazed that the exiting and exuberant crowd seemed not see them at all.
It was a great time at the Moulin Rouge and I would definitely go back for another show.