THE LADY Boys of Bangkok is among the biggest and best shows on offer at the largest arts festival in England.

The annual Brighton Fringe festival is underway, with a month of entertainment across the city.

With over 700 shows and events, festivalgoers are spoilt for choice with a variety of cabaret, circus, comedy, dance, drama, drag shows and more.

Among the events being held on Tuesday, May 10, include:

The Lady Boys of Bangkok - Summer of Fun Tour 2022

To be held at Sabai Pavilion in St Peter's Square, the Lady Boys of Bangkok are back.

The show is officially the largest and longest-running cabaret show in the UK.

A total of 16 of the world’s most glamorous showgirls will be performing.

Spiegel: Heart of the Fringe

The best of the performers at Brighton Spiegeltent help kick off the festival season.

With a variety bill of cabaret, circus, music and more, the one night only show also promises a selection of surprise guests.

Anne Boleyn

The play is a celebration of a great English heroine, dramatising the life and legacy of Henry VIII’s notorious second wife Anne, who helped change the course of a nation’s history.

With a cast of characters including Henry VIII, King James I and Thomas Cromwell, the show is both historically illuminating while managing to be funny.

The event will be held at Brighton Little Theatre in Clarence Gardens.

Embodied Earth

The event, run by Rachael Mellors and Pete Hudson, is to be held at the Fishing Museum Gallery in King's Road Arches.

“Embodied Earth explores intuitive responses to my immersive and embodied relationship with the living natural world,” the organisers said.

“I use the luminosity of the rising sun to capture through photographs the momentary shadow imprint of my body embedded with layers of soils and impregnated with shell fragments and fossils, layered over millions of years.”

Cynically Dead: Sharon Em and James Johnson

The show claims it will make you think, “maybe I’m not doing so badly after all.”

Join rising stars of the international comedy circuit Sharon Em and James Johnson as they take the audience through disastrous treks across the desert and unwittingly spending ten days on a SAGA cruise.

Tickets range from £30 to £20 for the show, which is due to be held at Laughing Horse at The Walrus in Ship Street.