Originally an award-winning movie, the stage play of The Full Monty has won both awards and hearts and its sell-out shows are testimony to its popularity, years after it launched.
The bittersweet comedy about six out-of-work steelworkers from Sheffield who put on a strip show to raise much-needed cash is coming to Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre - and you could be there with our competition.
We have four tickets to the opening night on Monday, January 28 to give away, with the chance to also meet the cast at the after show party.
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It’s a story that covers a huge range of modern issues – from unemployment to financial insecurity, mental health, divorce, sexuality and body image, and it has a mixture of comedy, pathos, warmth and sadness. Plus a revealing scene at the very end, of course.
The cast, led by Gary Lucy, who has played the role of Gaz since the start, includes Andrew Dunn - best known as Tony in Dinnerladies - as Gerald, Louis Emerick of Coronation Street and Benidorm as Horse, Joe Gill from Emmerdale as Lomper, Kai Owen from Torchwood and Hollyoaks as Dave, James Redmond of Hollyoaks and Casualty as Guy and, the youngest member of company, sixteen-year-old Fraser Kelly.
Director Rupert Hill, who is best known as Coronation Street’s Jamie Baldwin, says of being at the helm: "I think that’s one of The Full Monty’s strengths and it is unbelievable how relevant that film and our show feels now; payday loans, unemployment and anger at society.
"It is celebratory and it works better on stage because the audience become part of the scene. The guys stripping at the end feels like a defiant gesture and the crowds go wild!”
Just how wild - judge for yourself. To be in with a chance of winning four tickets to the opening night on Monday, follow us on Twitter and retweet this competition @KMWhatsOn or email email@example.com by noon on Friday, January 25 with your full name, address and daytime telephone number.
You'll need to live in Kent and be able to attend the show on Monday, January 28 to enter.
* The Full Monty is at the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury from Monday, January 28 to Saturday, February 2. To book tickets visit marlowetheatre.com, or call 01227 787787.