One of this year’s biggest shows in Cheltenham, The Full Monty will have local ladies hot and bothered at the Everyman Theatre this September.
Starring in the saucy show, Hollyoaks star Gary Lucy talks to SoGlos about the Hot Stuff audiences can expect, and how he feels about that famous finale.
We start rehearsals on Monday 13 August 2018 in London and open in Cheltenham on Thursday 6 September 2018. I’m filming Hollyoaks just now.
An absolute privilege. They are big shoes to fill…. Robert Carlisle played the part of Gaz in the film.
Playing to sell out houses up and down the country is incredible. It’s a great experience with theatre goers on a Monday night and hen parties at the weekends and they’re all such great audiences.
I’ve been in them!
Getting to perform in such a fabulous show. The crowds are so welcoming and out to have a good time. Seeing everyone leave with a smile on their face at the end of the night is great. It’s two hours of pure entertainment where you can leave all your problems behind…
I just love the finale …. But to be honest they are all great. They are such iconic songs.
The risk… the potential for things to go wrong which hopefully they don’t! And the buzz of audience and the feedback – there’s nothing quite like it.
Being able to tell a story and the audience to go on the journey with you.
I love it. I feel at home…. I think I was born to do it!
And who wouldn’t love getting their bits and pieces out… It’s exhilarating! (laughs)
By Kathryn Purvis
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