Girls Night Out in TorquayDate: 30 March 2010
Girls’ Night Out, the brand new touring production of Dave Simpson’s hugely successful play, comes to the Princess Theatre, Torquay from 8 to 10 April bringing a story of love, laughter and men in thongs, together with a great pop soundtrack that will have the audience dancing in the aisles.
The original production began touring the UK in 1997, and played at the Victoria Palace, London in spring 1998. This incarnation has been updated and rewritten for our times.
The plot focuses on both sides of the curtain of a male strip club in the north of England during an unforgettable hen night - Jane is preparing for the biggest day of her life and that wouldn’t be complete without a traditional hen night with the girls. Meanwhile Tony and the boys are putting together the final touches of their make or break ladies only show. Both funny and touching, we follow the boys from rehearsals to performance, as they prepare for the forthcoming "Feast of Flesh" contest, which could turn them from has-beens to heroes overnight.
The production features a cast of talented young actors, including Amanda Bellamy and Harry Capehorn, and is produced by the team behind such hits as Lazy Town Live!, Peppa Pig’s Party and Sing-a-long-a Abba.
Torquay is the second stop on a tour which also takes in other venues in the south west, playing The Mayflower, Southampton 5 – 10 July and the Theatre Royal, Plymouth 26 – 31 July.
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