A lighthearted look at a world of entertainment - Cambodian style! Ladyboys, dancers, impersonators, acrobats and others strut their stuff in these images taken at the Station Wine Bar, Siem Reap, Cambodia. Burlesque, comedy, parody, musical revue: some of the sketches hark back to tales in Cambodian folklore, while others are interpretive renditions of contemporary and popular songs. Sometimes poignant and serious, sometimes pure buffoonery, yet always fun, entertaining and spontaneous, these performers give their all in a fun-filled evening that is never quite the same on any given night. Now showing on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays around 10pm, admission free. The actors come and go, they make their exits and their entrances, there is always new talent waiting in the wings.... AND! as the saying goes: the show must go on - as indeed it must. Many thanks to Black, the Black Cats, Bori, Horse, Jai, Jojo, Kak, Kea, Mari, Mong, Narong, Nat, Net, Nora, Pig, Piron, Rajit, Ravy, Sasa, Tola, Vita, and anybody else I have missed, Tony and Kea for producing and directing, and Ravy, Chai, Dara and Vichka for tirelessly serving the drinks.