The Full Monty

Simon Beaufoy’s

The Full Monty



Monday 17 - Saturday 22 November 2014 Download Calendar

The Lyric


“Terrific – Simon Beaufoy’s rip-roaring adaptation of his classic film opened to rave reviews”
The Sunday Times

See the brand new trailer!

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 and this time they really have to go The Full Monty …live on stage.

Simon Beaufoy, the Oscar winning writer of the film, has gone all the way with this hilarious and heartfelt adaptation that’s getting standing ovations every night.

With songs from the film by Donna Summer, Hot Chocolate and Tom Jones, this award-winning production is one huge package of laughs and emotion coming to Plymouth direct from London’s West End starring Gary Lucy, Andrew Dunn, Louis Emerick, Rupert Hill, Martin Miller and Bobby Schofield.

This Sheffield Theatres production is presented by David Pugh & Dafydd Rogers, the multi award-winning producers of ART, Brief Encounter and Calendar Girls.

“Chuffing brilliant”
Daily Mail

“Uproariously entertaining – every inch a whopping hit”
The Daily Telegraph

“Deliciously enjoyable”
The Guardian

The Mail on Sunday

Go on…drop everything and book today!

Running time: approximately 2 hours 30 minutes (including 20 minute interval)

Pricing & Concessions

Full price:
£10.70 – £30.20

Please note: Prices include a 70p per ticket booking fee.

Under 16s, Student, Unwaged, ANLO:
£5 off A, B & C (Mon – Thu eves & Sat mat)

Over 60s, Disabled:
£3 off A, B & C (Mon – Thu eves & Sat mat)

Corporate Members:
£5 off A, B & C (Mon – Thu eves)

£4 off A, B & C (Monday 17th November)

Groups of 10+:
£2 off each ticket

Groups of 20+:
£3 off each ticket

Groups of 40+:
£4 off each ticket

Please note: Prices include a 70p per ticket booking fee. Concessions exclude price band E in The Lyric.


In all my life going to the theatre, I’ve never heard as much of a rapturous response from the audience

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