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Crazy Horse Paris in Singapore to close

Source: www.crazyhorseparis.com.sg

Crazy Horse Paris will do its final show in Singapore on 31 January 2007

Singaporeans and tourists will have the last chance to catch the world-renowned cabaret in Singapore when Crazy Horse Paris does its final show this month.
Both Crazy Horse Paris and Eng Wah Organization in Singapore reached the unanimous decision to end the show due to the lower than expected attendance.
According to Philippe Lhomme, CEO and President of Crazy Horse Paris, Singapore remains an important centre for the development of the Crazy Horse Group in Asia.
He further said: "A number of Asian cities were competing for the right to open a Crazy Horse Paris and Singapore was the winner. We still very much believe in the future of the city as a major tourist destination but we probably arrived too soon. The developments to come, such as the Integrated Resorts, will be a booster for the local entertainment life. Our relationship with the Singapore Tourism Board has been excellent and we look forward to a continued collaboration in the new context."
"Crazy Horse Paris is a premium product and it takes time to nurture. However, timing is important. We may have brought it in a little early. I believe that Singapore has the potential to support a vibrant nightlife and there will be future opportunities that we can explore," said Eng Wah Organization Managing Director, Ms. Goh Min Yen.
"Eng Wah Organization would like to express our appreciation to the Singapore Tourism Board, channel partners from the tourism and arts sector, and the media who have rendered support during Crazy Horse Paris¡¯ operation in Singapore," said Ms. Goh.
"We are happy to have had the opportunity to bring to Asia such a beautiful, artistic, and world- renowned cabaret like Crazy Horse Paris. It is with reluctance that we have to see Crazy Horse Paris end its season in Singapore," added Ms. Goh.
Singaporeans and tourists ought to catch the brilliant show before the curtains come down for the final time on 31 January 2007.
Crazy Horse Paris celebrates the beauty of women in an inimitable, sophisticated and glamorous way.
The show consists of a series of highly aesthetic and visual ¡°tableaux vivants¡± in which exceptionally beautiful and talented dancers perfectly integrate the sensuous choreography of their performances while their bodies are bathed in richly colored and textured lighting designs.
The colors and images from the stunning lighting effects are so overwhelming that it is hard to determine where skin ends and the color reflections begin. The result is a unique show that engages the mind as much as the eye!
Located at Clarke Quay, the entertainment venue is Parisian splendor at its best ¨C luxury plush velvets, silks and elaborate chandeliers. Singapore is also the first in the world to showcase an integrated Crazy Horse Paris venue.
Show ticket prices are from $85 and show times are Tuesdays to Sundays, 8.00 p.m., 10.15 p.m. with an additional 12.00 a.m. show on Saturday. Tickets are on sale at SISTIC www.sistic.com.sg and Box Office, Clarke Quay.
About Eng Wah Organization
The Eng Wah Group, founded in the 1940s, is the first cinema operator listed on the main board of the Stock Exchange of Singapore (SGX).
The Group is a leading film exhibitor and distributor with 26 strategically located cinema screen halls with a capacity of over 5,300 seats.
It is the first cinema operator in Singapore and in the world to launch the world¡¯s first full 2K (2000 lines resolution) Digital Cinema in its cineplexes in May 2004, and is still the operator with the highest number of 2K digital screens in Singapore.
The Group¡¯s leisure and lifestyle entertainment businesses include cinema operations, film distribution and food concessionaire operations.
The group also owns and leases several commercial properties in Singapore, which include the Jubilee Entertainment Complex at Ang Mo Kio and Toa Payoh Entertainment Centre at Toa Payoh.
On 5 December 2005, the Group launched the world-famous Crazy Horse Paris cabaret in Singapore. The Crazy Horse Paris stage show venue located at Clarke Quay is the world¡¯s first integrated Crazy Horse Paris venue comprising Le Show, Le Restaurant, Le Lounge, Le Caf¨¦ and La Boutique. The stage show theatre can seat up to 400 people whilst Le Restaurant and Le Lounge seats up to 80 people each.
About Crazy Horse Paris
Crazy Horse Paris is an internationally recognized entertainment brand. Crazy Horse has been a fixture of Parisian nightlife, playing to full house since its creation 55 years ago.
In 2001 the company set up an exact Crazy Horse replica at the MGM Grand Hotel Casino in Las Vegas. Since then, the show has established itself as a major attraction in one of the most competitive entertainment environments in the world.

Source: www.crazyhorseparis.com.sg Press Release 25 Jan 2007

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