West End Bares 2017


Monday 22 May 2017


Charity - Gala - Theatre

Combining the razzle dazzle of the West End with the naughtiness of burlesque, West End Bares returns to the Novello Theatre on Sunday 29th October at 7-00 and 9-30pm.


Want to see a little more of those lythe bodies that adorn the stages of West End theatres?


Well, now you can ... and support a good cause at one and the same time.


West End Bares is back this October with two peformances on Sunday 29 October 2017.


Now in its 8th year, the evening combines the naughtiness of burlesque along with the razzle dazzle of the West End and will feature over 100 of the hottest male and female dancers from the West End and beyond plus a whole host of celebrity guests.


This year's theme and celebrity guests will be announced over the summer, but previous celebrity supporters have included Graham Norton, Ramin Karimloo, Sheridan Smith, John Barrowman, Paul O'Grady, Joe Lycett, Harriet Thorpe, Bianca Del Rio, Michelle Visage, Helen Lederer and Beverley Knight.


West End Bares benefits the Make A Difference Trust, a UK based charity with a vision of a world free from HIV and AIDs, and is based on the original concept Broadway Bares by Broadway and West End director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell.


The MAD trust has provided over £1 million to support projects with its UK and International partners to relieve poverty, provide a safe environment and education for children and orphans affected by HIV and AIDS, and to secure the needs of the individual and the greater community as a whole


Find out more about how your moeny is spent and the range of projects MAD supports here ... and get booking those tickets!


Venue


Novello Theatre

Aldwych

London WC2B 4LD


Dates


Sunday 29 October 2017


Performances at 7pm and 9-30pm


Tickets


£15 to £100 with early bird discounts (booking fees may apply)

Buy tickets for West End Bares 2017


Links

MAD Trust

Novello Theatre

ActDrop listing for West End Bares


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