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    WHAT A CHEEK! ALL NUDE MALE CABARET RETURNS TO LONDON

    Naked Boys Singing returns to London at the Charing Cross Theatre

    Naked Boys Singing, the New York smash hit musical comedy revue returns for a fourth London run.  17 songs celebrating the male body are performed by eight male actors - completely naked.  Callum Francis, Daniel Slade, Matt Beadle, Rudi Last, Will Stokes, Drew Mason, Davis Brook and Nathan Taylor will star at the Charing Cross Theatre on Villiers Street, previously known as The New Players Theatre.

    The production starts an open-ended season of late-night weekend performances starting from the 18th March.  The shows will run on Friday and Saturdays at 10pm.  This production, reworked specifically for a London audience by director Phil Wilmott  began at The King's Head in May 2009.  The original show debuted at Madame Jojo's in Soho in 2001.  Due to the full frontal male nudity and scenes of a sexual nature, the show is recommended for ages 16 and over and is sure to start your weekend off with a bang!

    [posted by James, 10/03/2011]



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