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Video: Is your man an Adonis? He could join Ollie Locke on stage at the Britannia Pier!

PUBLISHED: 15:41 25 July 2014 | UPDATED: 16:44 25 July 2014

Adonis tour in Yarmouth

Adonis tour in Yarmouth

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Adonis in Greek mythology is the god of beauty and desire. It is also the UK’s original and longest running male glamour show and they are appearing at the Britannia Theatre this month with special guest – Ollie Locke!

Ollie has been described as Britain’s poshest heartthrob and is a star of Made in Chelsea and celebrity big Brother.

The show which features great dancing as well as comedy twists is brought together by the host Ollie, kicks off its UK tour in Great Yarmouth on August 29.

And Adonis are looking for local men to join their beefcake on stage for a special routine. If wives, girlfriends, mums or even grandmothers think their boyfriend, husband, partner, friend or brother has a sexy six pack and lives up to the name Adonis, send his pics or videos.

The Adonis team and Ollie Locke will select the top five entries to take part in show and the audience will vote for the winner on the night.

Conditions include the nominees must be over 18, be available from 5pm on the night of the show for a training session, be prepared to get topless, and expect some level of fame!

Email details, pics or videos to: Office@AdonisTour.co.uk

To book tickets for the sensational show, call the Britannia Pier box office: 01493 842209.


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