The famed Crazy Horse from Paris is long gone, but cabaret nights are still mean business at these entertaining nightspots.

Out Bar
It may be small when it comes to floor space, but this new gay bar packs a punch with ritzy burlesque-drag performances happening every first Friday of the month. To keep the pre-party spirits up, happy hour starts from 5-9pm daily, with two beers at $14 nett and house red or white wines at $8 nett daily. Each cabaret night has a different theme to keep things fresh (the last shindig was Pink Out, in line with Pink Dot 2013) and you can keep updated of their oh-so-fabulous shows via their Facebook page.

Shanghai Dolly
The modern, chinoserie-chic aesthetic with dark interiors befits this sizable two-story club, which consists of a lobby bar, a restaurant, a cozy piano bar and a 400-capacity theater hall where artists, musicians and dancers from Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and China take to the stage every night. Even if you don’t care for the shows, Shanghai Dolly’s happy hour is one of the best in the area with 50% off glasses, jugs, buckets and shooters from 6 to 10pm daily. Plus, its restaurant Dolly Kitchen serves supper till 4am to fuel you up post-party.

Tawandang Microbrewery
Launched just last year, Tawandang Microbrewery’s theater concept features a variety of Broadway-style shows (Tue-Sun, 7:30pm onwards), ranging from Thai cultural dances and classical ballet to more contemporary acts. Knock back freshly-brewed German beers—lager, weizen and dunkel—while catching up to eight different performances on any given night. And they’re rather entertaining: shows accompanied by props, light and full-on theatrics, played to international Chinese, English and Thai hit songs.