The Full Monty will see local cast stage funny and upbeat musical in Ely for charity

PUBLISHED: 17:58 21 September 2018

The Full Monty will be coming to the Maltings, Ely in support of Prostate Cancer UK.

The Full Monty will be coming to the Maltings, Ely in support of Prostate Cancer UK.

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Will they go all the way? Well you’ll have to get tickets to The Full Monty in Ely to find out.

The Full Monty will see local cast stage funny and upbeat musical in Ely for charity.The Full Monty will see local cast stage funny and upbeat musical in Ely for charity.

The musical production will take centre stage at The Maltings next month in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.

Theatre group, CAT Ely, will be bringing the funny and upbeat musical to life with the help of a talented, local cast.

Becky Green, director, said: “We are so excited for this upcoming musical - it’s funny, upbeat and hosts a catalogue of amazing characters, both male and female.

“Being able to support Prostate Cancer UK through this show too, makes us even more passionate about the event”.

The Full Monty will be coming to the Maltings, Ely in support of Prostate Cancer UK. The Full Monty will be coming to the Maltings, Ely in support of Prostate Cancer UK.

The Full Monty takes place 17-20 Oct at 7.30pm with a matinee on 20 Oct at 2.30pm. Tickets are available online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/cately or alternatively email rebekahgreen2016@outlook.com.

You can also help support the cause by donating to prostate cancer online at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/cattheatrecompany or contribute at the shows.

Further information is available from www.prostatecanceruk.org.

The Full Monty will see local cast stage funny and upbeat musical in Ely for charity.The Full Monty will see local cast stage funny and upbeat musical in Ely for charity.

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