The UK’s most famous glamour show is hitting the road, with stops in Cannock, Skegness, Chesterfield, Liverpool, Bedford, Potters Bar, Exmuoth, St Ives, Eastbourne and Fleetwood. Further dates are planned for 2018, with stops in Germany and Britain.
The show’s cast includes:
The Dreamboys are the UK’s most famous and publicized male strippers. They can be seen performing live on Saturday nights at one of their resident strip clubs in Birmingham, Brighton, London, Bristol, Bournemouth, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle and Manchester.
Now, the boys are heading out on the road to bring the heat to a larger audience.
An icon of British culture, The Dreamboys offers West End-style shows catered to girls’ nights out and hen parties. Made for the entertainment of women, The Dreamboys was established in 1986 and now operates 11 clubs across the UK. They also embark on international tours.
The Dreamboys are highly publicized, having been featured in more newspapers, magazines and television shows than any other male strip group in Britain. They’ve made appearances on some of the UK’s biggest television shows, including Celebrity Big Brother, The X Factor, Loose Women, Britain’s Got Talent, The Only Way is Essex, Geordie Shore and This Morning.
Members of The Dreamboys currently perform in shows every Saturday night in 11 major cities in the UK.
David Richards is the mastermind behind the male strip group, which brings women exactly what they want: men with the bodies of Greek gods and professional dancing chops.
Every performance is unforgettable and is packed with music, magic, muscle and a little mayhem.
After a stint in the UK, The Dreamboys will take its tour to Germany, with stops planned in:
- Bad Saarow – Theater am see
- Hoyerswerda – Lausitzhalle
- Wittenberg – Stadthaus
- Berlin – Ernst Reuter Saal
- Eberswalde – Stadthalle Hufeisenfabrik
- Gorlitz – Landskron Kulturbrauerei
- Schleiz – Wisentahalle
- Bernburg – Kurhaus
- Limbach-Oberfrohna – Stadthalle
- Frankenberg – Kulturforum Stadtpark
- Freital – Kulturhaus
The tour then heads back to the UK in March for stops in: Sheffield (Sheffield City Hall), Blackburn (Thwaites Empire Theatre), Liverpool (Epstein Theatre), Lithium St Annes (Lowther Pavilion), Colchester (Charter Hall), Stamford (Corn Exchange), Redhill (Harlequin Theatre), Herne Bay (Kings Hall), Barnstable (Queens Theatre), Retford (Majestic Theatre), Barking (Broadway Theatre), Weston Super Mare (Playhouse Theatre), Yeovil (Westlands Theatre), Scunthorpe (The Baths Hall), St Albans (Alban Arena), Mansfield (Palace Theatre), Stevenage (Arts & Leisure Centre), Colne (Muni Theatre) and more.
Due to the adult nature of the production, The Dreamboys is only suitable for those 18 years of age and older.