Premiere of ‘The Full Monty’ may be disrupted by Sheffield United celebrations

The Lyceum Theatre in Sheffield has warned ticket holders that road closures may lead to difficulty attending the opening night of The Full Monty.

The Full Monty stage play, one of the most phenomenal theatrical productions, has its Sheffield premiere tonight with over 900 seats booked. The show will be running from the 7th May – 18th May.

Following the news of football team Sheffield United succeeding to the Premier League for the first time since 2007, celebrations are expected to last from 5.30pm until 8pm tonight.

Sheffield’s Lyceum Theatre has tweeted a warning out to the public:

“For those attending tonight’s performance of The Full Monty, please be aware there are road closures & public transport disruptions all day for the Sheffield United promotion parade.

“The city centre will also be very busy, so please ensure you leave in plenty of time for the show” @SheffieldLyceum

This production will be featuring Gary Lucy, and an award-worthy cast of Andrew Dunn, Joe Gill, Louis Emerick, Kai Owen and James Redmond.

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