John Barrowman to Host West End Bares in September

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The long-running, annual Broadway charity gala Broadway Bares, originally created by Broadway and West End choreographer Jerry Mitchell in 1992, is coming to London. West End Bares: Strip Britannia! will be staged at the West End's Cafe de Paris Sept. 5 for two performances only, at 9.30 PM and midnight.

According to publicity materials, "the hottest male and female dancers in the West End will be 'strutting their stuff' to benefit TheatreMAD & The Make A Difference Trust." West End and Broadway star John Barrowman, best known for his appearances in TV's "Doctor Who" and "Torchwood," will be hosting the debut event. Barrowman, who is a patron of the Make a Difference Trust, has commented, "I'm thrilled to be hosting West End Bares. What a way to make a difference – being a little naughty on stage for a wonderful cause."

The Make a Difference Trust brings together the British Entertainment community and its audiences to raise funds to support people living with HIV and AIDS, and those in the entertainment industry facing hardship as a result of a long-term medical condition.

To book tickets, priced at £30 (standing room, downstairs) or £50 (seated, upstairs) contact 020 7734 5683, extension 104.

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