LUXEMBOURG-VILLE — A new arrival giggled with delight during his first tour of the city last week after observing the large number of cabarets near the Gare.
“Oh goodness, I do love a good cabaret show,” said Andrew Lewis, a junior at a Big Four firm. “Nothing beats an evening of lively piano playing, silly dancing, melodramatic singing, and of course a touch of bawdiness.”
He went on to list the top cabaret shows he’s seen, including one in London and another in New York that infused hit songs from his favorite Broadway musicals. However, one he saw at the Moulin Rouge in Paris was a little too much, he admits.
“I’m open-minded, but did all the female dancers really need to be topless?” he said. “Luxembourg is a much smaller, more conservative city, and I don’t expect I’ll encounter that much bare skin and indecency here.”
Sources indicate, however, that after Lewis’s first and possibly last visit to a Gare cabaret over the weekend, he emerged five hours after first venturing inside, dizzy, morally broken, and with 1600 fewer euros in his bank account.