Further easing of COVIDSafe restrictions by the Victorian government in relation to theatres now permits the 1812 Theatre to return to 100% of its seating capacity for performances.
Although this is very welcome news, we have decided to take a cautious approach to this announcement and continue to offer tickets online to our current show (The Fully Monty) at the 75% capacity level previously permitted. However tickets representing the additional 25% seating capacity for each night will be made available for purchase at the theatre prior to each night’s performance.
If the permitted 100% seating capacity remains in place beyond the current show, we will return to 100% online availability for our next show: Agatha Christie’s – And Then There Were None (17th June to 10th July 2021).
After losing his job at a steel factory, Gaz learns that his wife wants to sue him for missed child support payments.
Desperate for money, and inspired by the Chippendale’s dancers, Gaz and his friend Dave decide to create their own male striptease act. The two friends recruit four more men, including their former foreman and a security guard.
Although not the most fashionable men, the group promises that their show will succeed because they are willing to go “the Full Monty”: completely naked.
ADVISORY: This production contains mature themes and nudity.
Showing in The Lowe Auditorium – 7th April – 1st May, 2021