The ‘UK Pleasure Boys’ to go full monty to raise much-needed funds for male cancer charity – hosting ‘special event’ in Birmingham

THE UK Pleasure Boys are set to host a ‘special event’ in Birmingham next month to raise awareness and much-needed funds for a male cancer charity.

The group have partnered with Balls to Cancer, a charity dedicated to “fighting caner with fun” and educating people about the disease.

Balls to Cancer is supported by many celebrities including Robbie Williams, Ed Sheeran and a wealth of other stars from TV, music and sport.

A spokesman said: “You may have recently seen on the ITV show The Full Monty, a number of male celebrities got together to perform a routine in support of male cancer, which also encouraged men to open up and break taboos on the subject.”

The boys will be performing a live show at ‘Be At One’ in Birmingham on Thursday June 14.

The spokesman added: “Joining them will be special guest David Lundy from ITV2 show Survival of the Fittest, plus a few other surprise guests for a ‘Full Monty’ style performance.”

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Lily-Ann Gilmour
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