Thislegendary Parisian venue is undoubtedly the world's most prestigious auditorium: The Olympia Music Hall. Those who have acted here are amongst the most important, artistically speaking, in the world. I mean Edith Piaf, Ferre, Celine Dion, Josephine Baker, Chevalier, Trénet, Montand, Brassens, Barbara, Aznavour, Juliette Greco, Moustaki, Reggiani, Distel, Brel, Ellington, Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, Aretha Franklin, Dionne Warwick, Piazzolla, Amalia Rodrigues, Susana Rinaldi, Paco de Lucia. Finally a list of the best in the world. In 1954 Bruno Coquatrix made it a music hall again and it opened. Now you can still see concerts and shows that are pure and good.
If you like Texas food that seems like it is right out of a Western movie, this is your show. This is a themed dinner with a show in Far West style. You will see Horses, cowboys, Indians, and, of course, buffalo. You don't want to miss this show. The dinner is really nice and they even have you participate in the show (each tier is a different color and has some horses and cowboys assigned in a kind of competition). From the stands winners take to the stage and you can be part of the show. Eye problems to asthmatics, I warn you that the show is not recommended for people with these problems, as the sand dust and animals do not play a good pass. Would I recommend it? I think if you need to see Disney at least once to appease your curiosity, but keep in mind that the seats are very expensive (and would look at the thousands of deals out there online to get tickets much cheaper).
I found this place - Musical Tales - it proposes musical stories illustrated by drawings and photos, all in video and accessible for free. In this way music is introduced in the heart of a fantastic story to adapt the concept of a book-disc to a multimedia medium. 'Helena and the Orchestra World Of Darkness' is the first story born from this concept.