Most amazing show I have ever seen, exceeded all our expectations by far! Beforehand all communication was very quick and efficient advising us of the different menu options and what we could do if we didn't like the menu etc.
We went to the dinner and show on Monday 2nd May, we arrived at 6:45pm for the 7pm meal and 9pm show. We had our tickets checked and then did have to queue up quite a few times to get in which is understandable with a big venue but it is very well organised and the staff are lovely. You no longer need to wear masks or present a covid pass to get in but some of the staff are still wearing masks so it's personal choice whether you want to wear them.
It does say smart attire and certain clothes aren't allowed but they seem to let everyone in and some were in jeans, t shirts and trainers which I don't want to say spoilt it but it did a bit as it's a dressy venue so part of the appeal is everyone is dressed up in there. They could maybe enforce the dress code a bit more as it's well documented on the website.
The tables are very tight and you are sat close to others but we embraced it and didn't let it spoil the night. I saw people get on quite well with the people sat near them, we didn't really talk to those sat near us but that was mainly due to a language barrier. I did see quite a few people complain and ask to move which I understand why but then it could also spoil it for others who have just sat down happily. One group I saw came in about 8:45pm for the 9pm show - bearing in mind the doors shut 10 minutes before and they were complaining they didn't like their seats and wanted to be sat directly in the middle. The waitress did offer another seat after trying to move others around and it still wasn't good enough for them but in the end they did sit in that place.
I did feel sorry for the staff as it seemed whatever they did and they were more the accommodating it wasn't good enough for some of them. We had asapargus and beef for starter, chicken for main and then this chocolate pastry for dessert. Not quite sure what most of it was but we really enjoyed it and the chocolate dessert was amazing. When we first sat down we were offered champagne or wine as I don't really drink my mum got a small bottle of champagne to herself and I was offered a soft drink. When I finished my coke zero, the waiter replaced it without me even asking which I thought was a sweet touch.
The show started at 9pm and finished at 10:45pm. It was absolutely incredible, the girls were stunning and you could just see how strong and talented they all were. The costumes were amazing and although there were a few wardrobe mishaps, they still carried on with the show like nothing had happened.
Although it is expensive I would highly recommend going to the Moulin Rouge in Paris, it's one of those bucket list things.