#CABARET CultureSecrets takes you inside one of Pigalle's wildest institutions: the Cabaret Madame Arthur. Home to the most whimsical creatures of the night, welcome to Madame Arthur's. Enter the Parisian spot where extravagance titillates elegance and Pigalle impertinence reigns supreme! This week, we spice up Brassens. The creatures will give the king of musical poetry and his legendary moustache a new look. We'll be repainting park benches to our liking, putting girlfriends before boyfriends and finally finding happy love.
Today, this venue is once again becoming a benchmark for the arts, stirring up trouble between genres and liberating creativity. Opened 75 years ago, the Madame Arthur of the 21st century inventively revisits the French repertoire every week from Thursday to Saturday: from Régine to Stromae and Céline Dion, as well as French versions of Björk and Michael Jackson. All this is embodied by the cross-dressing creatures of the famous cabaret. A true artistic gesture, where each one proposes a unique character, breaking free from all convention!
The history of the Divan du Monde - Madame Arthur dates back to the 19th century. It became a mee
Sunday November 19 from 8pm
75 rue des Martyrs
Free seating - standing
Entrance to the cabaret from 8pm
8pm - 10pm: Madame Arthur pimps Brassens
11pm - 6am: Club en français
Digital tickets will be e-mailed to you