The Full Monty Cast

THE FULL MONTY

Mon 23 - Sat 28 January 2017
Tickets £18 - £38*

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THE FULL MONTY RETURNS AFTER SELL-OUT SUCCESS IN 2014!

In 1997, a British film about six out of work Sheffield steelworkers with nothing to lose, took the world by storm! Now, they’re back in Cambridge and they really have to go The Full Monty…live on stage.

Based on the smash hit film, and adapted for the stage by Oscar-winning writer Simon Beaufoy, this hilarious and heartfelt production stars Gary LucyAnthony LewisAndrew DunnLouis EmerickChris Fountain and Kai Owen.

Featuring songs from the film by Donna Summer, Hot Chocolate and Tom Jones, it's the perfect night out - you really should drop absolutely everything and book today!

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Running Time

Approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes including an interval

Age Guidance

14+ (Contains strong language and sexual references)

Tickets

Monday - Saturday 7.45pm
and Saturday 2.30pm: £18/£28/£33/£38*
Thursday, 2.30pm: £18/£23/£28/£33*

*All ticket prices include a £3 per-ticket booking fee.

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Gary Lucy
Gary Lucy (Gaz)

Gary has had an extensive career on-screen starring in some of the UK’s leading television shows.

His credits include recently playing for eighteen months the role of Danny Pennant in EastEnders (BBC), four years as DS Will Fletcher in The Bill (ITV), starring alongside Ray Winstone in She’s Gone (ITV), three series of Footballer Wives starring as Kyle Pascoe (ITV), and Luke Morgan in Hollyoaks (Channel 4), a role he played for 3 years winning the Best Newcomer Award at the British Soap Awards.

Gary’s other credits include: The Missing with Pauline Quirk (BBC), Casualty (BBC), the one-off drama Whatever It Takes (ITV) as well as becoming a champion in Dancing on Ice (ITV).

Anthony Lewis
Anthony Lewis (Lomper)

Anthony has worked across television, film and theatre. His extensive television credits include regular Marc Reynolds in Emmerdale, Casualty, The Syndicate, Doctors, Frankenstein's Wedding, Holby City, Everything But The Ball, Torchwood,Respectable, Girls in Love, Dalziel & Pascoe, Children’s Ward, My Dad's A Boring Nerd, Adam's Family Tree, Cardiac Arrest, Cracker, A Touch of Frost, The Detectives and Heartbeat.

Stage includes Whose Life is it Anyway? (Frinton Summer Theatre) Not Again (Old Red Lion) A Passionate Woman (Hull Truck/Oldham Coliseum/Ipswich New Wolsey) High Level Cleaning(Rollem Productions) and Broken Voices (The New Company).

Film includes A Passionate Woman, Girls' Night and This Is Personal: The Hunt for The Yorkshire Ripper.

Andrew Dunn
Andrew Dunn (Gerald)

Andrew has appeared in numerous television series including: Dinnerladies, Coronation Street, Holby City, 55 Degrees North and The Knock. Comedy roles as 'Tony' in Dinnerladies and Alastair Campbell in Bremner, Bird and Fortune (for 7 years) have made Andrew a well-known face.

Extensive theatre work includes: The Railway Children (King's Cross Theatre), The Full Monty (UK Tour), The Price of Everything (Scarborough), Kay Mellor's A Passionate Woman (Hull) and Art and Brassed Off (both at Theatre Royal, York). Andrew was also in the original cast of John Godber's  Up 'n' Under, Bouncers and Catherine Cookson's Fifteen Streets.

Film work includes roles in The Knife That Killed Me (to be released), Mr Right, Popcorn, The Jealous God, Ali G Indahouse and Between Two Women.

Andrew has recently performed the role of Mr Shandy in York's Theatre Royal's production of iShandy and has just finished a tour of Brassed Off.

Louis Emerick
Louis Emerick (Horse)

Louis Emerick is a much loved British TV actor, best known for his portrayal of Mick Johnson in the soap opera Brookside and for his recurring role of PC Walsh in Last of the Summer Wine.

Early screen appearances include; Home to Roost, Floodtide and the TV movie Ball-Trap on the Cote Sauvage.

In 1989 Louis joined the popular Channel 4 series Brookside and remained with the show for another twelve years. On his departure Louis immediately went on to secure numerous television credits in shows such as Cold Feet, The Bill, Merseybeat, Holby City, Doctors, Trexx & Flipside, Mile High and the semi-regular role of Mike Bateman in Casualty. He could be seen in the Jimmy McGovern series Justice for BBC TV, as Peter O'Brian in Waterloo Road, and Last of the Summer Wine.

On film, Louis has appeared as Carl in Tomorrow, Billy in Fruit Machine, Colour Blind, and as Trevor in Layer Cake alongside Daniel Craig, directed by Matthew Vaughn.

Notable theatre credits include; A Little Pinch of Chilli (Liverpool Everyman); The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui alongside Mark Rylance (Contact Theatre, Manchester); On the Ledge (Royal Court, Liverpool), Siswe Banzi is Dead (Stephen Joseph), Master Harold & the Boys and Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (both at the Liverpool Everyman), Claudius in Hamlet (Horseshoe Theatre Company), Basil and Beattie (Royal Exchange) and most recently the National Tour of Soap Opera , Bouncers at the Royal Court, Liverpool and productions of Jim Cartwright's Two (Manchester, Liverpool and St Helen's).

Recent TV credits include New Tricks, Doctors and Silent Witness (all for the BBC), Channel 4's Hollyoaks Later, Crime Stories for ITV, the feature film Lapse of Honour and the recurring role of Norman the Doormen in ITV's Benidorm.

Louis returns to the role of Horse in The Full Monty having previously been seen playing the role to great acclaim on the 2014 & 2015 National Tours.

Chris Fountain
Chris Fountain (Guy)

Chris's acting career began at the tender age of 10, playing the role of Gavroche in Cameron Macintosh's touring production of Les Misérables. He then continued in the musical theatre world, landing the part of The Artful Dodger in Oliver! before taking on a second stint in Les Mis.

It was at around 13 years old that Chris made the venture into the world of television. His first ever role came in the form of Dean in Russell T Davies' critically acclaimed Bob & Rose as well as appearances in The Royal, Where The Heart Is, Burn It and Blood Strangers before joining the cast of Channel 4's Hollyoaks in 2005.

Chris' six year long portrayal of Justin Burton brought him plenty of acclaim through nominations and awards, most notably, taking home Best Actor at the 2008 British Soap Awards. Other awards include Best Storyline (2006) and Most Spectacular Scene (2008).

During his time on the Channel 4 soap, Chris also took part in entertainment shows, Just The Two Of Us (BBC) and was runner up on the 2008 series of ITV's Dancing On Ice.  Chris has had guest roles in Casualty and Five Days and also starred in Dougal Irvine's Departure Lounge at the Waterloo East theatre.

Away from acting, Chris is also an active DJ and music producer.

Kai Owen
Kai Owen (Dave)

Kai Owen was born and bred in Llanwrst North Wales. He trained at Mountview. He is an associate actor at Theatr Clwyd.

Theatre credits include, Hosts of Rebecca, Twelfth Night, Under Milk Wood, Song Of The Earth, Rape Of The Fair Country, The Secret, Word For Word, An Accidental Death Of An Anarchist, Silas Marner, As You Like It, A Chorus Of Disapproval, The Winslow Boy, Aristocrats, A Portrait Of The Artist As Young Dog, Glengarry Glen Ross - Theatr Clwyd. The Tempest, Richard III - Stafford Castle. Blue Remembered Hills - Torch Theatre. A Life Of Ryan And Ronnie - Sgript Cymru. Relatively Speaking - Gatehouse. Ying Tong - A Walk With The Goons - West End.

Television Credits include, Rocketman (BBC), Fun At The Funeral Parlour (BBC), Casualty (BBC), Waterloo Road (BBC), Being Human (BBC), The Syndicate (BBC), Doc Martin (ITV).

Kai is a familiar face on Welsh television, appearing in Gwaith Cartref, Y Pris, Tipyn o Stad, Treflan and Pobol y Cwm all for S4C.

Kai is best known for his portrayal of Rhys in the worldwide hit series Torchwood created by Russell T Davies.

In 2015 Kai was cast as Pete on Channel 4's Hollyoaks. He was involved in an extremely powerful storyline that, along with support from the NSPCC, gained great acclaim from critics and audiences alike.

Trailer

  • 'Terrific - Simon Beaufoy’s rip-roaring adaptation of his classic film opened to rave reviews'

    SUNDAY TIMES
  • 'Chuffing brilliant'

    INDEPENDENT
  • 'Every inch a whopping hit…Uproariously entertaining'

    DAILY TELEGRAPH
  • 'Hysterically funny'

    DAILY EXPRESS
  • 'Deliciously enjoyable'

    THE GUARDIAN