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Crazy Paris Show at Grand Lisboa

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Crazy Paris Show at Grand Lisboa

Hi All,

Has anyone been to the above show? If so, is it worth it, how much does it cost? Is it suitable for females to view or is this show designed for males? I have already been to see Zaia and HODW and want to see another show whilst in Macau this year. If anyone knows of any other evening event, I would be happy to know.

Thanking you all in advance.

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1. Re: Crazy Paris Show at Grand Lisboa

There is reference to the Crazy Paris Show on this thread from a few months ago but it triggered very little discussion - likely due to the preference for Trip Advisor to remain a family friendly forum and website,

tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g664891-i12409-k49…

Anyway, you might want to contact Caspar_Esq [poster 4. in this thread] by message to get details on this show.

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2. Re: Crazy Paris Show at Grand Lisboa

Thks for your response. The Grand Lisboa site does not say it is an adult show so I dont mean to offend anyone here but was wanting some advice. I will try to contact caspar-Esp. Thank you.

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3. Re: Crazy Paris Show at Grand Lisboa

It's not an erotic show at all. Think Paris reveiw.. cabaret, can can that kind of thing. I've known people who have worked there. Definately suitable for women. "The house of dancing water" at The city of Dreams casino looks great. Reminds me of Cirque du Soleils "O" in Vegas.

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4. Re: Crazy Paris Show at Grand Lisboa

grandlisboa.com/en/entertainment/index.html

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5. Re: Crazy Paris Show at Grand Lisboa

Thanks bron j, will definitely go then..enjoyed moulin rouge...btw, the house of dancing water is fantastic...IMO much better than Zaia. I have seen several Cirque Du Soleils productions in Australia and to compare, I felt Zaia was not up there.

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6. Re: Crazy Paris Show at Grand Lisboa

mlogan

You are right. We also felt Zaia was not up to the Cirque benchmark standards set elsewhere. It pales in comparison to the Vegas productions.

If you do visit the Crazy Paris Show, please do let us know what you think. Some feedback here would be helpful for future TA visitors curious about this show.

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7. Re: Crazy Paris Show at Grand Lisboa

I certainly will provide feedback to the forum re the Crazy Paris Show. Thanks again for all the feedback.

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