The ultimate night out and not only for the girls! The story of four unemployed guys, motivated by ‘The Chippendales’ to form a male stripping act, in order to make some fast cash. They pitch the notion to a local club owner and take lessons from a slightly shop-worn, dance instructor with a heart-of-gold in all manner of things, including what women really want from a male stripper (and how to deliver it). Written in 1987, by Anthony McCarten and Stephen Sinclair, Ladies Night has been translated into twelve languages and remains New Zealand’s most commercially successful play, of all time. With eight sell-out tours of Britain and the U.K, it won France’s premiere theatre award for comedy- The Molière Prize, in 2001. See these average blokes attempt a strip to some familiar tunes-
‘You Can Leave Your Hat On’, ‘Bad To the Bone’, ‘Smooth Operator’ and ‘Wild Thing’ to name just a few. It's cheeky, fun, a little bit naughty – and a damn good giggle.
For mature audiences only.Pilbeam Theatre Wednesday 8 August at 7.30pm
Adults $45, Pensioner / Commonwealth Senior Card / Tertiary Student $40, Youth 15 to 18 years $32, Group 10+ Adults$42, Adult Friend of Theatre $42, Pensioner Friend of Theatre $38, Rewards Adult $42, Rewards Pensioner $38.