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Can Can Cabaret is an original show that celebrates over a decade of dance, theatre, and music while also offering a market fresh menu of seasonal delights and libations carefully curated and prepared by Chef Roman Turner. Founded in 2005 by artistic director Chris Pink and nestled underneath the world-famous Pike Place Market, Can Can’s intimate underground setting is evocative of Paris at the turn of the
20th Century.

At the heart of the institution is Can Can's core creative team whose transformation of the unique venue with each new show features ever-changing scenic design, choreography, music, costuming, and more several times a year. In addition to its celebrated dinner shows, Can Can also produces seductive late nights, all ages matinee brunch shows, and various live music, variety extravaganza’s both at Can Can as well as its sister venue FRED Wildlife Refuge, and with various venues in Seattle. Can Can also welcomes the public into its Absinthe and Craft Cocktail Bar, open 5:00 p.m. to close from Wednesday - Sunday with no cover.



Press and Reviews:

Can Can Kitchen and Cabaret Melts Pike Place Market with ‘Ice Cream’ Production - The Seattle Lesbian

Brunch at Can Can with Up-Close Theatre Experience - Seattle Chinese Times

Best Brunch in Seattle - Thrillist  

The Newest Cabaret You Can (Can) Take Your Kids to See - Red Tricycle

The show 'Ice Cream' offers classic doo-wop in an up-close, family-friendly matinee. - Parent Map

Playlist HQ | Sexy and Funny! French Kiss at The Can Can (March 12, 2017)

Seattle Magazine | Three Reasons to See Can Can's 'French Kiss'

The Seattle Times | Can Can Celebrates The Club’s 10th Birthday With Plenty of Pink

Events Around Seattle | French Kiss at The Can Can

Seattle Refined | Find Sweet Seattle Gifts for Your Sweetheart

Seattle Weekly | How The Can Can Turned Nearly Naked Dinner Theater Into A Seattle Staple

The Stranger | Three Ways to Scare Yourself on Halloween

KOMO | Spooktacular Cabaret: This Is Halloween

Seattlite | Jack the Pumpkin King Hosts a Hauntingly Raunchy Burlesque

Zagat | Best Bets For Halloween In Seattle

Seattle Magazine | Bachelorette Party Must: Seattle's Can Can

Crosscut | The Weekend List: With guest curator Mark Siano

Seattle Met | Go See: Flamingo Burlesque at the Can Can

The Seattle Channel | Art Zone with Nancy Guppy

Seattle Eater | Chef Kelly Connor's Pick for Dinner in Belltown

Do 206 | Flamingo at the Can Can

Seattle Weekly | Dining Guide 2015: Our 119 Favorite Places to Eat and Drink

DList Magazine | March Issue: The Annual Food Porn List: Where to Go and What To Eat For a Good Time

Tate’s List | #ChefDuJour Kelly Connor of The Can Can

Thrillist | The 9 Best Spots for Getting Friendly in Seattle

Seattle Eater | Burlesque on Steroids: An Underground Dinner and a Show at the Can Can

Do 206 | Review of Wonderland

Do 206 | Wonderland

Seattle Magazine | 42 Events In and Around Seattle for Holiday Fun

CBS/Eventful | Can Can Presents Winter Soiree: Wonderland

The Stranger | The Heavenly Spies

The Stranger | Tune in Tokyo

Three Imaginary Girls | Pretty Vermillion Lies sang at the Can Can

eatle PI | Meet Vince Mira, the reincarnation of Johnny Cash

The Seattle Times | The new burlesque puts a sassy spin on the ol’ bump ‘n’ grind

The Stranger The Happiest Hour

The Stranger | Marry the Pear Sweet French Surrealism at Can Can Kitchen & Cabaret

The Club Scene Can Can opens in Patti Summers’ former jazz joint