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After a sell out U.K. tour, The Full Monty tickets are a hot commodity as the show hits the London West End in February 2014, transferring to the Noel Coward Theatre. The adaptation of the 1997 film The Full Monty, follows the story of six steelworkers, out of work and with nothing to lose they decide to bare all in a male strip show.
Craig Gazey, Simon Rouse, and Kenny Doughty headline the Full Monty London production, directed by Daniel Evans, artistic director of the Sheffield Theatre.
The Full Monty play has been “hot stuff” (Daily Express) with critics.
“A total blast” (The Guardian)
“Every inch a whopping hit… ticks all the right lunchboxes” (Daily Telegraph)
“It’s a cheeky treat” (Daily Mail)
The Full Monty tour was a smash hit with female audiences. Of the atmosphere during the Sheffield Lyceum premiere, Quentin Letts, critic for the Daily Mail wrote, “the wenches of Sheffield growled like Jensen Interceptors at the traffic lights".
The Full Monty play settling in to London's West End stays true to the film and the actors do in fact go for the full monty, stripping down completely for the audience with nothing but some clever lighting to hide their blushes.
The Full Monty London production features songs by the inimitable Tom Jones, the sumptuous sounds of Hot Chocolate and the legendary Donna Summer.
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News / Reviews
Review: The Full Monty at the Noel Coward Theatre
For the past year Daniel Evans' production of The Full Monty has been playing to sold out audiences all around the UK, and now the play, about a group of unemployed steel workers who form a troupe of male strippers, has transferred to the West End.
4 Mar, 2014 | By London Theatre Direct
Rounding Up This Week's West End News #WestEndWeek
This week promises to be the most exciting week of the year so far in the West End as some of the most highly anticipated productions of 2014 begin previews and officially open.
25 Feb, 2014 | By London Theatre Direct