A DAZZLING cabaret show returns this spring with a brand new venue.

The Ladyboys of Bangkok has long been a popular fixture at Brighton Fringe Festival - and just over 3.5 million people have seen the show over the past ten years on its annual tour across the country.

One of the longest running cabaret shows in the UK, this year the Ladyboys will be strutting their stuff and entertaining audiences in a new venue outside St Peter's Church.

The Sabai Pavilion is currently being built in Italy, with over 2,000 hand-painted stars.

The shows at Brighton Fringe Festival will kick off a six month tour, with new social distancing measures and reduced capacity.

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However, according to tour director Binky Beaumont, there will still be plenty of the usual audience participation, in a Covid-safe way.

Binky said: "Each year we have a new show and this year it is Flight of Fantasy.

"We will transport audiences from Las Vegas to Las Palmas, where Bollywood meets Broadway.

"There will be plenty of comedy and hits from pop icons, from Madonna to Cher and Tina Turner, and 400 stunning new costumes.

"It's just a great night out."

Shows kick off on Friday, May 28 and run until Sunday, June 27.

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Tickets are now available for socially distant tables of between two and six people, with discounts available on select dates.

Phillip Gandey, artistic director and creator of the Ladyboys of Bangkok, said: "The Ladyboys' annual visit to the Brighton Fringe Festival is a highlight of the UK tour for all our artists and team and the heart beat of our UK venues.

"Without the support of such a diverse and wonderful city, the tour would not be the same."

For more information or to book tickets, visit www.ladyboysofbangkok.co.uk.