TV stars are set to tread the boards at a city theatre to perform in the musical version of The Full Monty.

The production, brought to life by Everyman Theatre Cheltenham and Buxton Opera House in association with Mark Goucher and David Pugh, will feature a full cast at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow from February 20 to 24.

Among the high-profile actors are Danny Hatchard portraying Gaz, Jake Quickenden as Guy, Bill Ward in the role of Gerald, Neil Hurst as Dave, Ben Onwukwe as Horse, and Nicholas Prasad taking on Lomper.

Additional cast members include Oliver Joseph Brooke, Katy Dean, Laura Matthews, Danny Mellor, Adam Porter Smith, Suzanne Procter, Alice Schofield, and Leyon Stolz-Hunter.

The young actors who will alternate the role of Nathan on tour are Cass Dempsey, Theo Hills, Rowan Poulton and Jack Wisniewski.

Danny Hatchard is best known for his role in BBC One’s EastEnders, while Jake Quickenden has made his name on popular ITV programs like The X Factor and I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!

Bill Ward is notable for his roles in long-running British soaps Coronation Street and Emmerdale.

Neil Hurst can be recognised from his work on Channel 5’s All Creatures Great and Small and ITV’s Coronation Street, whereas Ben Onwukwe has made his mark in theatre with UK tours of The Shawshank Redemption and Black Men Walking.

Nicholas Prasad graced the stage with performances at Theatre by The Lake/Hull Truck and the Royal Shakespeare Company.

These actors are set to take on a play that is both fast-paced and humorous yet reflective of the current cost-of-living crisis.

Echoing the sentiments of the award-winning 1997 film, Gaz and his friends are dealing with hard times but demonstrate resilience and determination in their struggle.

This brand-new production will take audiences on a journey filled with laughter, emotion, triumphs and trials.

The Full Monty is significant as it serves as the first co-production and partnership between Everyman Theatre Cheltenham and Buxton Opera House.

The latter recently became an Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation.

The production is under the direction of Michael Gyngell, with choreography and intimacy direction by Ian West.

Set and costume design is handled by Jasmine Swan, while Andrew Exeter is in charge of lighting design and Chris Whybrow takes on sound design.

The casting process was overseen by Marc Frankum.