Hotter than Hades with a galaxy of heavenly bodies, it's a paradise of glittering stylish cabaret fun and glamour performed by 16 of the world's most stunningly beautiful representatives of the Third Sex (Kathoey) in the unique ambiance of The Sabai Pavillion, Victoria Gardens, Grand Parade, Brighton from Friday, May 2 to Sunday, June 1. Devils and Angels, an ecstasy of non-stop hits from the Spice Girls tribute to Broadway show stoppers from Grease to Moulin Rouge. From fabulous feathers to raunchy disco from Bassey to Beyonce and beyondthe fun just keeps rolling on. Painstakingly immaculate make-up hundreds of to-die-for costumes sparkling new choreography, the Lady Boys of Bangkok are in bubbling champagne form.
For the past five years the top sell-out show at the world's largest arts festival, the Edinburgh Fringe and are already acclaimed as "The best party-night out in town" in five major British cities, the tour is being extended this year to include seasons in two additional cities, Derby and Leeds.
It's more than just a show, it is a total experience. From the moment the audience enters the luxuriously appointed and carpeted foyer, the everyday world is left behind. Enjoy a drink, alcoholic or not, sample authentic Thai cuisine, or browse the delights of the Boudoir retail outlet.
Thai meals prepared by resident master chef Thanpwat Phamee include a selection of dishes ranging from mouth-watering Satay to delicate Thai curry.
The Sabai Chill Out Zone is the perfect place to unwind! Set under a canopy, with its informal seating the chill out zone extends into an open-air area. Thai food is available and Bars are open 1 hour prior to performance and throughout the show.
It is a world where not everything is not quite as it seems the excitingly colourful and vibrant Bangkok nightlife engulfs the audience as the music swells and there in the spotlight, 16 of the most beautiful female figures ever assembled on one cabaret stage and every single one of them a Thai male! Yes! "The Lady Boys of Bangkok are here to entertain you!"
Devils and Angels elevate to intoxicating new heights of excitement the exotic, colourful, sexy-but-never-vulgar performances and brilliantly stylised humour that is uniquely, the Lady Boys of Bangkok.Created, directed and produced by Carol and Phillip Gandey, The Lady Boys of Bangkok first appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe in 1998. It has variously been described as "the alternative Edinburgh Tattoo" and "the Fringe without the Lady Boys of Bangkok would be like Richard without Judy". Director Phillip Gandey believes there are many reasons for its outstanding popularity, but if he was to select one? "It's just simply the best night out you could ever have with a group of friends or workmates!"
Still boasting "you'll never look at the opposite sex the same way again"; the two-hour extravaganza glides from seductively sexy to outrageously funny. It's a night no one will want to forget!