Maggie Choo’s is seemingly hetero during the week, but come the weekend, and all the LGBT community comes out to play. Every Sunday, Maggie Choo’s hosts a huge, elaborate gay party. From lip-synching shows, fancy costumes, and tons of dancing, there is no better place to be on a Sunday night. Kick the night off with a drink, including beer, spirits, juices, mocktails, wines, champagne, and more. Those who do not want to dance can instead opt to sit on the vintage leather sofas or simply lounge while surrounded by the 1930s Shanghai-themed décor. Maggie Choo’s is open until 2 a.m. on Sundays.
Maggie Choo’s, 320 Silom Rd, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok, Thailand, +66 91 772 2144
The transgender shows at Playhouse Theater Cabaret are not soon to be forgotten by anyone who visits. They are bold and incredibly entertaining, and the shows really put a spotlight on the transgender community that thrives in the capital. There are two, 70-minute-long shows each evening. Bollywood, Broadway, and ballet are just a few types of performances that Playhouse Theater Cabaret is showcasing. Tickets are ฿1,200 (approximately US$35), and shows start at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.