Famed cabaret show sold out as tourists flock to Pattaya after 2 years of closure

“Life is a cabaret old chum”, so sang Liza Minnelli’s character in the musical Cabaret, and it was no different in Pattaya at the weekend.

Every seat was sold out at the famous Alcazar theatre after it reopened on Friday night for the first time in 2 years. Following the official easing of restrictions on entertainment venues on June 1, after a lengthy closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic, both locals and foreigners flocked back to Pattaya to see the famous Alcazar Cabaret Show.

The success of the opening was beyond Alcazar executive, Pawin Phettrakul’s wildest dreams. He never dreamt that the theatre would be so crowded on opening night, with all seats sold out. The majority of the attendees were Indian, Vietnamese and South Korean tourists, and Thais.

The Alcazar Cabaret Show will be open four days a week: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, with one show per day at 7 pm. More performances may be added to the lineup if there is more demand.

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The show’s executive believes that things won’t go back to normal just yet, but he does wish for more visitors in Pattaya and called for a wider range of places to open apart from the beach and natural locations. Pawin believes that more travellers would visit the coastal resort if entertainment venues reopened.

If you’re heading to Pattaya, go and enjoy the show. You can see more about it and make bookings HERE.

One reviewer on Trip Advisor, Paul S, said this…

“This is a must do on any visit to Pattaya. It is worth every bhat believer me. It beautiful done, the costumes are fantastic and some parts are really funny. You will be amazed at how stunning they look and how beautifully they dance and move. A must visit.”

Watch a video HERE.

Famed cabaret show sold out as tourists flock to Pattaya after 2 years of closure | News by ThaigerSOURCE: Bangkok Post

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