The annual charity fundraiser West End Bares will return to London's Novello Theatre this autumn.
Now in its eighth year, the burlesque performance will run on 29 October in aid of the Make A Difference Trust, an UK based charity with a vision of a world free from HIV and AIDS.
The theme for last year's show, which was hosted by Graham Norton, was "Excalibare" and the theme for this year's performance, and celebrity guests, will be announced in the summer.
West End Bares is based on the Broadway Bares concept by director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell which he created in 1992 and has raised over $15.8million for AIDS charities stateside.
West End Bares will run for two performances at the Novello Theatre on 29 October.
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