The Ladyboys of Bangkok are back with a new production of one of the country's most popular touring cabaret shows; this time the theme is “Forever Yours...X", which is a show like no other. Laughter, glamour, glitz and music punctuate this show, with an eclectic mix of musical tributes ranging from Kylie, Katy, Rhianna, Tina and Shakira to Bridget the Midget, Whoopee Goldberg and even One Direction. The east fuses with the west, as cabaret fuses with West End musical including choreography, lavish costumes and makeup. Premium entry sees guests receive a choice of curry, stir-fry or a platter of foodie treats, along with a premium seat and a programme for the show itself.
Report|2 years ago
It was a brilliant show- full of energy and great songs, the performers were amazing and very professional.
My only disappointment was the meal voucher- delicious as it was I was surprised to find it was a takeaway meal in a cardboard box...had I paid full price for this I would have felt I had been cheated. Not quite as it was presented in the original listing!
Report|2 years ago
The show was most entertaining and well worth seeing. However.....BEWARE of the aggressive security team!! We are four adults over the age of 50 who purchased a bottle of wine during the second half of the show. One of the security team asked us to leave our table once the show had finished as they needed to clear the room so we decided to leave the premises with our wine. On trying to exit one of the security men tried snatching the bottle of wine as he said we couldn't take the wine off the premises. We asked to see the manager who confirmed this was the case, my female friend decided to put the wine in her rucksack which was on her back and we left the venue upon which she was physically attacked by the security man on the grass verge outside the venue resulting in her husband also suffering injury as he tried to protect her. We called the police but they couldn't attend the scene immediately and as we had a 50 mile journey to make we left. The security guard had no ID badge displayed and should have never attacked a woman from behind without warning. It was an appalling display of bad management of the venue.