Lady Boys of Bangkok set to take Peterborough by storm

PUBLISHED: 15:35 19 June 2014

Lady boys in Peterborough.

Lady boys in Peterborough.

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The Lady Boys of Bangkok are back in Peterborough for one night only with a brand new show for 2014.

Red Hot Kisses will see 16 showgirls (who happen to be men) take to the stage in a host of lavish costumes at The Key Theatre on Monday, June 30.

They will perform movie hits, superstar pop favourites and a dash of country and western to keep the party glowing.

The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are adults £22, concessions £20.50 and are available from 01733 207239 or www.ladyboysofbangkok.co.uk

To find out more about the lady boy troupe, go to www.ladyboysofbangkok.co.uk, Facebook or follow them on Twitter @theladyboys

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