La Nouvelle Eve

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Choreography and music
Behind the curtain

Lianne Scrivener

As a Stage Manager and choreographer, Lianne ensures the quality and magic of the “Paris Je t’aime” revue.

After classic training in jazz and modern jazz at one of London’s  premier dance schools, Lianne’s tireless devotion, knowledge and love for the stage has taken her all over the world.

She joined La Nouvelle Eve’s troupe in 1987 as a dancer and then held the title of lead dancer for a decade. Passionate about the cabaret world, it was only natural that she became the La Nouvelle Eve’s Stage Manager and the choreographer of the “Paris je t’aime” revue.

Nicolas Skorsky

From 1995 to 2010, Nicolas reinterpreted the “Century Show” revue, and then the “Paris je t’aime” revue for La Nouvelle Eve.

He began his career in the 1970s with the biggest names in French music: Claude François, Marie Laforêt, Daniel Guichard. Throughout his career, he wrote, composed and produced for artists in France and the United States where he experienced a string of successes. This musical genius, who passed away in 2014, is behind some of the songs that accompanied generations of people (“ça s’en va et ça revient”, “don’t let me be misunderstood”, etc.).

La Nouvelle Eve, Parisian cabaret

Situated at the foothills of Montmartre in the IXth arrondissement, La Nouvelle Eve Cabaret is one of the oldest and most elegant revue theatres in Paris. The decor was sumptuous: the starry and subdued ceiling and Corinthian-styled multicoloured stage gave this Parisian showroom a unique design. Every night from April to October, La Nouvelle Eve invites you to discover the show "Paris je t'aime", a revue which is a dazzling blend of music hall and cabaret, the perfect combination of Parisian chic and new artistic trends.

An excellent revue, very intimist, delicious food
Elegant show in an auditorium on a human scale
Spectacular show and talents