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All-Star Cast and Unforgettable Music

The Full Monty, a heartwarming and entertaining stage show, is set to return to Leeds Grand Theatre from Monday 25 to Saturday 30 March 2019. Featuring a star-studded cast and iconic songs by Donna Summer, Hot Chocolate, and Tom Jones, the show is sure to leave audiences wanting more.

Based on the highly acclaimed, smash-hit film by Oscar-winning writer Simon Beaufoy, The Full Monty tells the story of six out-of-work, impoverished steelworkers from Sheffield who have nothing to lose. It has become one of Britain’s most successful stage shows due to its relatable storyline and unforgettable music.

Theatre Production with Award-Winning Producers and Directors

Produced by multi-award-winning theatre producers David Pugh & Dafydd Rogers and directed by Rupert Hill, the show features an impressive cast led by Gary Lucy (Hollyoaks, EastEnders, The Bill, Footballers’ Wives, and winner of Dancing On Ice). Joining Lucy are Andrew Dunn (Dinner Ladies, Bremner, Bird & Fortune) as Gerald; Louis Emerick (Coronation Street, Benidorm, Brookside, Last of the Summer Wine) as Horse; Joe Gill (Emmerdale) as Lomper; Kai Owen (Torchwood, Hollyoaks) as Dave; and James Redmond (Hollyoaks, Casualty) as Guy.

The talented ensemble also includes Liz Carney as Jean, Amy Thompson as Mandy, Bryonie Pritchard as Linda, and Keeley Fitzgerald as Sharon. Through these characters, the audience experiences the other side of the story, witnessing the challenges faced by the women who stand by their men and ultimately take their hats off to them all.

How to Book Your Tickets

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience The Full Monty at Leeds Grand Theatre from Monday 25 to Saturday 30 March 2019. To book your tickets, visit the Leeds Grand Theatre website or call the Box Office at 0844 848 2700.

A Glimpse into Gary Lucy’s Life

Gary Lucy, the leading actor in The Full Monty, shares his background and experiences in an interview. Born and raised in East London/Essex, Lucy attended school in Wanstead and played football for Tottenham and Watford District county.

He has strong associations with Ireland, having spent memorable times with relatives in both the south and Northern Ireland during school holidays. Lucy’s career highlights include the groundbreaking Hollyoaks rape storyline, which won him the “Best Newcomer” award at the British Soap Awards, and his first stage job with The Full Monty.

When not acting, Lucy enjoys football and has a passion for garage tunes. His favorite type of food is Italian, although he also loves a good fry-up for hangovers and a pint of Guinness.

By george