12 years later, this cabaret show makes a tasteful return to Singapore this October with a dance extravaganza, Forever Crazy
Notwithstanding its 60 years in show business, cabaret show, Crazy Horse, had a short-lived stint in Singapore when it opened a branch in 2005 at Clarke Quay. Tight restrictions in Singapore forced the club to cease operations after more than a year of business. But now, they’re coming back to Singapore – but nothing too permanent.
From 11 October, Singapore will once again get to experience the cabaret phenomenon with Crazy Horse’s latest show, Forever Crazy, as it high-kicks into town. Contrary to what some people may say, no, Crazy Horse is not just about boobs. Through the years, the brand has collaborated with artists, musicians, and creatives alike to present an overall tasteful extravaganza.
The Crazy Horse is a cabaret founded in 1951 in Paris, by Alain Bernadin, an artist and passionate admirer of women and the female form. Featuring top acts from the French cabaret, Forever Crazy will be a sequence of aesthetic and visual vignettes presented by an all-international, all-multicultural cast of classically trained dancers. Oh, and as you’ve probably guessed, kids gotta stay at home for this one.