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Ça C’est Paris show consists of two live acts of 55 minutes each plus a 20 minute interval.
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Running time 2hr 10min (including interval).
About the Show
Presenting one of our most successful theatre productions, this 2-hour musical incorporates a charming story with moments of hilarity, dancing, singing and live musicians.
The show takes you on a trip through the historic capital of lights through the famous Parisian songs from the 1930s to today. This show was conceived as a musical, with as background the romantic story between a Provincial and a Parisian who, during a musical journey in the heart of post-war Paris and its districts the most popular, will turn into a great love story.
You will be immediately absorbed by the atmosphere and culture of this most celebrated city.
We are proud to announce that the original entire cast production is coming to the UK for the first time, with an English adaptation. This show is not to be missed!
Ça C’est Paris! (That’s Paris!) is a romantic comedy which tells the story of a Provincial boy and a Parisian girl who, during a musical journey in the heart of post-war Paris, meet for the first time. The plot follows the story of Gaston, a newcomer to the city who meets Blanche, a real Parisian, who will make him discover her own Paris. These two main characters bring moments of emotion, laughter and audience participation. The magnificent Parisian scenes are accompanied by spectacular dancers and beautiful traditional songs. Will Alan the flamboyant Parisian Bistrot owner help turning this romantic tale of this almost ordinary couple into a great love story?
The show ‘Ça C’est Paris!’ takes the audience on a tour through Paris during the great era of the Casino de Paris, one of the most famous music halls in the city with a history dating back to 18th century. The musical gives reference to some of the famous landmarks of Paris such as the Champs Elysees and The Eiffel Tower.
Performing theatre, operetta, dance, music & comedy since 1987, this Anglo – French production has staged over 50 national tours in Europe alone. This will be their first trip to the UK.
The show consists of two live acts lasting 55 minutes each plus an interval
Paris Je t’Aime
Y ’a d’la Joie !
Dans la Vie Faut pas s’en Faire
La Complainte de l’Heure de Pointe
Les Grands Boulevards
La Complainte de la Butte
Nini Peau d’Chien
Sous le Ciel de Paris
Paris Tour Eiffel
Quand on Voit Paris d’en Haut
J’aime Paris au Mois de Mai
Un Gamin de Paris
Les P’tites Femmes de Pigalle
Sous les Ponts de Paris
La Romance de Paris
J’ai Deux Amours
Paris Reine du Monde
Fleur de Paris
Meet The Cast
Lys Nordet was born in Gironde, South West France, training as a classical and contemporary dancer at the Conservatoire National de Région in Bordeaux.
Lys has taught classical dance and corporal expression in Bordeaux and Paris, where she gained a diploma in physical training. She began learning lyrical singing with Jacques Mars. She soon entered the Conservatoire of the 10th Arrondissement, obtaining her first singing prize and her first medal for musical theatre and lyrical art.
Her voice allows her to approach a wide variety of writers and styles, regularly invited to festivals such as the Brittany, Indre & Loire and Printemps du Pecq. Lys has performed in Germany for The Leipzig Opera and in the United States at the Kennedy Center in Washington.
Jean-Louis Dupont was born in Normandy, where he discovered his vocation, imparting his emotions on the stage. Performing in various musicals, he honed his craft performing Johnny Rockfort in Around Starmania, Marius in Les Misérables and Lancelot du Lac in The Secrets of the Grail.
His versatility has taken him around the world performing not only in musicals but also in opera, most notably Belle de Cadix and Belle Hélène. He met his vocal mentor, Eric Tavelli (a former student of Luciano Pavarotti and Franco Corelli) in Paris, with whom Jean-Louis developed his voice and subtlety of technique.
Louise studied French at University, specialising in French Cinema. As part of her studies she spent a compulsory year living in Paris and fell in love with the city. She was model scouted in Paris and, on her return to the UK, was signed to a leading model agency.
Her stage training began ten years ago, studying dance and performance and ultimately specialising in cabaret and musical theatre. She has been cast as principal in iconic shows like Moulin Rouge (Satine), Chicago, (Velma) and Cats (Bombalurina). And she has performed on internationally renowned stages such as Hippodrome Casino and The Clapham Grand.
Louise has since transitioned into screen acting and has worked on a range of high-profile TV and film sets, including a Spielberg production. She is also a represented model and winner of Top Model 2019. Louise is passionate about fitness and wellbeing.
Aged six, Julie Wingens was playing the piano and singing in the choir that her godfather directed. By 12 she had signed to the famous Belgian television talent show Pour la Gloire.
In 2000 she took part in the French TV show Graines de Star where she met the Italian singer-songwriter Richard Cocciante (Notre-Dame de Paris; Le Petit Prince; Giulietta e Romeo), who encouraged her to continue.
Since studying singing and choreography, Julie has appeared in many stage musicals such as Chance!, Theo Prince of Stones, The Other Story of Babel and The Little Mermaid.
At the cinema, she played the lead role in the movie Le Bonheur. In the theatre, she toured with Valérie Mairesse, Jean Benguigui and Arthur Jugnot in the hit play Chat En Poche by Feydeau.
Roland Karl was born in the mid-seventies and grew up listening to the songs of Elton John, Al Jarreau and Billy Joël. After numerous castings and accompanying singers such as Michael Bolton, Roland applied to participate in M6 TVs New Star — the French adaptation of Pop Idol — which brought him to the attention of the wider public.
Since the end of his televisual adventure, Roland has performed throughout France, participated in numerous festivals or concerts such as Autour de la Guitare by Jean-Félix Lalanne and accepted Bonnie Tyler’s invitation to perform at her birthday concert at La Cigale. Both singer and composer, Roland is an artist concerned with the message he can convey.
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