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The Ladyboys in Manchester 2017

The Ladyboys in Manchester 2017

The Lady Boys are back in town!

In what has become a regular event the Lady Boys of Bangkok have returned to Manchester for their latest tour. 

Unlike a lot of shows that you see there is no overly drawn out introduction with too many warm up acts. This is a show that gets into the action straight away with a variety of different sets. If you enjoy camp you will love this show. The group performs multiple musical takes on Greece, The Lion King and Chicago to name just a few.  

Firm favourites by Beyonce and Tina Turner also return and are even more polished.

One of the things that is very well done in these shows is keeping the audience engaged and that does mean audience anticipation so as they’d say during the show if they dance around you or drag you up on stage “don’t be offended!” You will also have the opportunity to have a photo during the interval, these boys are only here once a year so don’t miss out or you’ll be waiting another year. 

As someone who last saw the show 3 years ago one thing I can say is that this is much improved, there was nothing wrong with the show when I originally saw it but this was a smoother operation which had great pace and tempo.

I highly recommend you get a ticket, this really was a brilliant night. 

The Lady Boys are in Manchester until the 24th June so you have plenty of opportunity to catch them while they’re here. 

By Daniel Smith for Canal St Online

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Published: 15-Jun-2017

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