Naked Flame, Norwich
JO MALONE Making a woman laugh is probably the most important thing a man can do — whatever their mates tell them. So a wise man should buy her tickets for Naked Flame, the latest comedy at the Theatre Royal in Norwich and send her along with her mates.
Making a woman laugh is probably the most important thing a man can do — whatever their mates tell them.
So a wise man should buy her tickets for Naked Flame, the latest comedy at the Theatre Royal in Norwich and send her along with her mates.
Normally laughing at Naked Men wouldn't be helpful, but I'm still giggling after last night.
We had the boys from Blue Watch in their rest room (and that's just the double entendre Naked Flame would love) and it was the day the photographer from the calendar came to call.
We do go expecting a glimpse of toned tummies, and indeed just five minutes into the show we had Rambo (aka James Crossley better known as Hunter) in the buff. He is definitely in the show for his muscles and certainly has plenty. Naked Flame has the full spectrum of characters from cheeky womaniser Sambo (Will Thorp) and agony aunt and gay guy Goblin (Iain Stirland) to naughty boy trying to make good — and extremely cute — Jambo (Tony Forsyth).
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There was the locker room humour — this play is probably X-rated and the story gradually unfolded really for some excellent, almost farcical humour, which had us all laughing and laughing.
It's a great show and, boy, did these lads have great bodies too. We all love firemen don't we?
t Naked Flame by Peter Benedict is at the Theatre Royal until Saturday June 15. Box office 01603 630000.