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I was not sure if I would enjoy Lapin Agile or not. I was expecting a night of traditional French song and that is what we got. I thought I would enjoy it but it completely exceeded my expectations. This is not a must see...More
Need reservations. Arrive a bit early to get a good table. Go to the bathroom before the performance starts. People are really packed in this small space. This is a cash only place. Second drinks are hard to come by. The place was sweltering and...More
I speak just enough French to safely order a glass of wine. The songs here are entirely in French and I understood almost nothing....but...you could FEEL the emotion from this talented group. This is not your typical "caberet" experience. There's no stage. The performers start...More
I have read both bad and excellent comments on the place before visiting and my personal opinion is that’s just depends on who are on the scene. In our visit it was quite ok. There were lots of classic French well known sons, also “historic”...More
First... if you are looking to see a bunch of can can dancers this is the wrong show to see. That said, if you are looking for a truly authentic French Cabaret experience, this is it. It’s a very charming experience away from the hustle...More
There's a rich backlist of French romantic and nostalgic songs, of which Edith Piaf's music is perhaps best known outside France. And then there's a catalogue of jolly and sometimes rowdy music hall and drinking songs. The crew of about 7 or 8 singers, pianists...More
Date of experience: February 2019
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Yves M, Propriétaire at Au Lapin Agile, responded to this reviewResponded 24 February 2019
As a regular visitor to Montmartre, we had to go here.
It had been going for 160 years and they have tried to keep it as authentic as possible.
With only 30 people present, we watched and listened to the singers/ musicians perform together and...More