Alcazar Cabaret Show Pattaya makes its comeback after two years of Covid-19 closures, with all seats booked for reopening, say organizers!

Photo: Bangkok Post/ Chaiyot Pupattanapong

Pattaya —

 Alcazar Cabaret Show Pattaya, a famous cabaret show known for its transgender performers, has just made its comeback with all seats booked yesterday night, June 3rd, say organizers with the production. 

The event was held at Alcazar Cabaret Show theatre in Pattaya on Friday night, June 3rd, 2022. It received overwhelming generosity from audience members, mostly Indians, Vietnamese, Koreans, and Thais despite having to shut down for over two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Photo: Bangkok Post/ Chaiyot Pupattanapong

Mr. Pawin Pettrakul, an event executive, told local media that he was totally surprised about the seats that had been fully booked on the first night of the Alcazar Cabaret Show Pattaya because they had been gone for more than two years. 

He also added that he did not hope everything would revert to the pre-pandemic times, but still thought that Pattaya still needed some lights and colors other than natural attractions for the visitors to enjoy. He said that he wanted businesses, especially the entertainment ones to return to draw more tourists into Pattaya. 

Photo: Bangkok Post/ Chaiyot Pupattanapong

Alcazar Cabaret Show Pattaya yesterday night was just a foretaste, Mr. Pawin said. It will return again four days a week every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday for one round a day at 7 PM. He said he would add more rounds definitely in the future.

The performers of Alcazar Cabaret Show said in the agreement that they were overjoyed to come back after over two years. Some even admitted that they secretly cried on the stage. The pandemic drove them to temporarily leave their beloved profession and make a living doing something else, but now they are back. They invite you to come and enjoy the dancing here at the Alcazar Cabaret Show theatre.     

Give them a call at 038410224 if you want to join!


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Aim Tanakorn
The local news translator at The Pattaya News. Aim is a twenty-four year old who currently lives in Bangkok. Interested in English translation, story-telling, and entrepreneurship, he believes that hard-working is an indispensable component of every success in this world.