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Dude looks like a lady

The Lady Boys of Bangkok return to make you question your sexuality

Published on June 13th 2008.

Dude looks like a lady

The Lady Boys are back with a spectacular new production, Devils and Angels. This stylish and hugely popular cabaret promises to be 'an ecstasy of non-stop hits' performed by some of the most beautiful representatives of the Third Sex. If you're looking for a night out with a difference this July, look no further.

"With painstakingly immaculate make-up, hundreds of to-die-for costumes, and sparkling new choreography, the Lady Boys will be on top form"

The show will be held in Sackville Street NCP Car Park – which on first impressions doesn't sound like the most glamorous of venues. But withhold judgement – it will be transformed into 'The Sabai Pavilion' – a world as colourful and exciting as the night-life of Bangkok.

We recommend you get there before the show starts so that you can enjoy the complete experience. Have a drink, sample authentic Thai cuisine, and browse the delights of the Boudoir retail outlet. The cabaret itself is expected to be spectacular. The Lady Boys will perform new numbers as well as favourites from previous tours,

including hits by The Spice Girls, Broadway show stoppers, and songs from Grease and The Sound of Music. There'll also be raunchy disco – from Bassey to Beyoncé and beyond.

With painstakingly immaculate make-up, hundreds of to-die-for costumes and sparkling new choreography, the Lady Boys will be on top form. Exotic, sexy-but-never-vulgar, and often humorous, Devils and Angels will be well worth seeing.

The cabaret will be held in The Sabai Pavilion, at Sackville Street NCP Car Park (off Bloom Street) City, Saturday 28 June to Saturday 26 July.

Monday to Saturday 7.00pm and 9.15pm
Sunday 5.00pm and 7.30pm
No performances Monday 7 July and Monday 14 July

Sunday-Wednesday: Adults £22 and £19. Concessions £19 and £17 (£10 students)
Thursday-Saturday: £22 and £19 (no concessions)

Saturday 28 June and Sunday 29 June: all seats £12.

The box office is open on site daily from Tuesday 24 June from 11.00am to 9.30pm.

Advance booking:
Quay Tickets: 0871 702 9510
To get your tickets click here.

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