Leeds: Bangkok ‘showgirls’ draw admiring glances

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Dressed up to the nines in fur and revealing a pair of french knickers is sure to draw in admirers.

But the Lady Boys of Bangkok, featuring 16 of the world’s most beautiful showgirls, just so happen to have a cheeky secret – they were born men.

They are set to wave their wands and give pop divas Katy Perry and Lady Gaga the Ladyboys treatment for their new risque show Fur Coats and French Knickers.

The Moulin Rouge-inspired Sabai Pavilion has taken over Leeds’s Millennium Square until Saturday October 29 for the fourth year in a row.

Phillip Gandey, the show’s director, said: “It is unique, no other show has anything like this, it’s for anybody who wants a great night out.

“I can guarantee that you will come out with a big smile on your face.”

This year’s show will also feature a contortionist, dance, Carry On-style comedy and a cabaret.

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