The legendary Crazy Horse is now showing on London’s South Bank seducing audiences with its show Forever Crazy. All of the style, glamour, sophistication and mystique of the Parisian show will be recreated inside a beautiful purpose-built venue on the South Bank, behind the National Theatre for three months.
Forever Crazy is a celebration of the inexhaustible subject of womanhood. Starring the famous Crazy Dancers direct from Paris, the 2 hour London show (including 30 minute interval) is undeniably stylish, inexplicably fashionable, 100% entertaining!
More than ten million people have watched the Crazy Horse show across the globe. Now it’s your chance to experience the legendary show live in London.
The Producer of Forever Crazy, Harvey Goldsmith CBE is a renowned impresario and was producer of both Live Aid and Live 8
Harvey Goldsmith is one of the UK’s best known music industry impresarios, having since the 1960s produced and promoted shows with leading artists such as The Rolling Stones, The Who, Bruce Springsteen, The Eagles, Led Zeppelin and Sting. He formed Artiste Management Productions in 1973 to produce and manage music artists, and Harvey Goldsmith Entertainments Limited in 1976, which became the UK’s leading promoter of concerts and events. He became involved in the Prince’s Trust in 1982, producing the first Prince’s Trust Rock Gala, and joining the Trust’s board.
In 1985, he produced the Live Aid concert with Sir Bob Geldof, raising £140 million for famine relief in Africa and the more recent Live 8 concert in 2005. He has also produced major operatic productions and was the worldwide tour producer for Pavarotti. He is responsible for the annual Cirque du Soleil shows in the UK.
In 2007, Harvey was the instigator and producer of the phenomenal Led Zeppelin reunion concert at the O2 Arena in London. Harvey is also Chairman of the Foundation and Chairman of the Board of The British Music Experience which opened at the O2 Arena in March 2009.
The Lord Mayor of London honoured Harvey with The Freedom of The City in November 2011, and this Autumn 2012, Harvey will be honouring the Crazy Horse girls with the freedom of London when he welcomes them to his home town for a stunning three month residency on the South Bank.