Male revue institution the Sydney Hotshots are back in Grafton this weekend.
Male revue institution the Sydney Hotshots are back in Grafton this weekend.

Sydney Hotshots set to heat up GDSC stage

THE outrageously handsome guys from Sydney have been storming across Australia for the past 15 years and are back for 2016 with their brand new show called The Male Impact Tour. After 400 shows and approximately 80,000 happy ticket holders in 2015, this is the sexiest show to date.

Male Impact is a two hour non-stop exciting journey into secret fantasy exploration in a dance format. This latest production features new hit numbers including trips back to the ‘60s and ‘70s to now. Regarded by women of all ages from all over Australia as a visual spectacular for those who appreciate charismatic and fit performer.

Among their evidently well looked after physiques, Sydney Hotshots are also renowned across the country for their high-powered dance routines, avant-garde lighting, state-of-the-art costumes and amusing touches of humour, ensuring women always come back for more.

With all new choreography, this show includes dance routines, competitions, muscle demos, a wide range of hit music and classic cameos from our Hot as Hell Fireman, the sensual and sensitive Officer and a Gentleman, the “Lock Me Up” Policeman, the Special Forces SWAT Team, the Seven Seas of Seduction Sailor, a Rule-Breaking Gangster, the Maverick Soldier, the Personal Doctor, Spartan the Gladiator, the Mile High Pilot and the Incorrigible Cowboy. Yee ha.

Don’t miss the Sydney Hotshots at the Grafton District Services Club on Saturday night. Tickets on sale at the Club.



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