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    The Moulin Rouge and surrounding venues are somewhat classy - but still a little bit grungy. It's pretty much exactly is it is portrayed in movies and TV, showy, brash and somewhat naughty.

    Get dressed up, but not something that you would wear to a ball - you don't need a gown or something incredibly posh. But something classy and comfortable is fine. Besides, you are there to enjoy yourself - let the entertainers impress you with their attire, don't worry so much about what YOU wear!

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    Jesse - World Nomads over 6 years ago

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    You do not need a tie, that's for sure. Anything from smart casual (no jeans or shorts) such as slacks and collared shirt to formal attire would be appropriate. over 6 years ago

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    I wouldnt have said the area was classy - its just down the road from the sex museum!

    Smart, casual, no shorts/flip flops. over 6 years ago

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    Anything goes as long as you don't look too scruffy - so no shorts, trainers, caps etc. I've heard they are very strict on these points - tourists with pre-booked tickets have been turned away from the door on account of their shorts! If you're worried about what's expected of you during a visit to the theatre, the official website and other info sites like http://www.moulinrougeparis.co.uk/ tell you all the practical information you might need... over 6 years ago

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    When you leave the moulin rouge walk a block or two to catch a cab if you catch one there they want a high flat rate over 6 years ago

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    Clothes. Mostly on. over 5 years ago

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