The curtain on Asia’s largest transvestite cabaret show rises on Thepprasit Road in July as the Colosseum Show Pattaya makes its official debut.
The 400 million baht theater on 16 rai of land is modeled after the Roman Coliseum, with a concrete and glass exterior, elevated stage and interior that can accommodate 1,250 people.
Manager Aphinant Bunyaung said the facility will offer fourteen 75-minute performances daily with spectacular lighting, sound and special effects. The theater offers regular seating for 1,000 people with 250 extra seats added for three evening performances. The Colosseum offers 90 restrooms and full elevator access to its many floors.
The Colosseum Show Pattaya is set to open in July.
While the theater is already open for test shows, the grand opening will be held in early July. Initially the target audience will be Thai tourists, with marketing done through domestic tour operators. Later marketing will be expanded to foreign tourists.
The on-site parking lot accommodates 450 cars. A Thai-language website is available at ColosseumShowPattaya.com.