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The Full Monty - Our Review
If you loved one of the most acclaimed British films ever made from 1997 then the stage version of The Full Monty, currently showing at The Cliffs Pavilion won't disappoint.
The production about six-out-of work men from Sheffield has won UK Theatre Award for Best Touring Production and we're not surprised as to why!
From the very start, what you would have thought may have been a rather rowdy audience, sat quietly and totally transfixed as the all star cast delivered the highs, the lows and the humour that this film brought to our screens with incredible performances.
All of the Actor's we're perfectly cast to the original character's in the film, especially in our opinion, the loveable 'Dave' played by Kai Owen who openly admitted that he knew he would have to 'pile on the pounds' for the role.
This production also feature's Gary Lucy who has made the part of Gaz his own, Andrew Dunn, Louis Emerick, Joe Gill and James Redmond with songs by Donna Summer, Hot Chocolate and Tom Jones that will have you unknowingly dancing in your seats!
Go get your tickets now!!! A show NOT TO BE MISSED!
Showing through to Saturday 6th April. To book your tickets please click here