Theatre fans should expect more than a little turbulence at West End Bares 2015: Take Off if these hot-as-a-jumbo-jet’s-engine promo images are anything to go by.
The annual fundraiser for the Make A Difference Trust returns this autumn, playing 21:30 and midnight performances at the Café De Paris on 20 September and giving theatregoers a chance to see their favourite stage stars as they’ve never seen them before.
Now in its sixth year, West End Bares mixes the sexy cheekiness of burlesque with the glamour and spectacle of West End theatre to create a crowd-pleasing evening unlike any other.
For Take Off, all the performances will have an airline theme, so prepare for saucy stewards, cute captains and the naughtiest runway inhabitants this side of the Heathrow expansion protests.
Not just a night of raunchy fun, West End Bares raises money for theatrical charity Theatre MAD, which works to fight HIV and AIDS and support those affected.
Performers already confirmed to appear this year include cast members from American Idiot, Cats, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, Gypsy, Mamma Mia!, Matilda The Musical, Memphis The Musical, Miss Saigon, Sinatra: The Man & His Music and Wicked.
For more information and to buy tickets visit the Make A Difference Trust website.