Things are about to get steamy at Campbelltown RSL - the Sydney Hotshots are coming to town.
The ever-popular male strip show will bring its Secret Fantasies tour to the club next month, promising plenty of pulse-racing performances.
Sydney Hotshots MC and performer Paul Reynolds told the Advertiser the show would be a great night out for all attendees.
"It's two hours of fun, frivolity and guys without shirts," he said.
"There's acrobatic style entertainment, dance, romance, comedy - a little bit of everything.
"It's nothing too serious.
"There's two things the ladies definitely won't be seeing... their husbands and boyfriends for two hours."
Reynolds said people who had seen Sydney Hotshots in the past would find a whole lot more to enjoy this time around.
He said there was a new crew of performers ready to take to the Campbelltown stage.
"We've got a new team of guys, including a six-foot-four black dude from New York who just joined us," Reynolds said.
"A lot of the guys have their own background jobs, some are tradies and chippies.
"We've got some new routines, a lot of Magic Mike stuff from the movie, a lot of lap dancing and a new opening for the show.
"The boys are oiled up and ready to go."
Reynolds said the group was looking forward to the VIP cocktail party before the main event, where attendees could meet the performers ahead of the show.
"We've done that a couple of times now and the girls all really warm to the guys," he said.
"It's really cool and normal."
Reynolds said the pandemic had made everyone excited to get out and have a bit of fun after months without live entertainment.
He said recent shows had indicated fans were even more enthusiastic than they were before Covid.
"I've noticed a lot of the girls are just going for the sake of it to hang out with their friends, even though it's not normally their scene," he said.
"They're saying 'I'm really glad I came, I didn't think it would be like this'.
"The girls are coming out of the woodwork - they're tired of being stuck at home.
"Everyone is having such a great time, no one is staying in their seat.
"You've got daughters, mothers and grandmothers coming out together."
Reynolds said the crew dancer to popular numbers like Uptown Funk and Pony from the Magic Mike movies.
He said Campbelltown crowds were always very appreciative.
"We love heading out to Campbelltown," Reynolds said.
"A lot of crowds take a while to warm up, but the girls out here are ready to go - I'm not sure if it's the alcohol, but they're always really enjoying themselves."
Sydney Hotshots are performing at Campbelltown RSL on Saturday, July 3, from 7.30pm.
Tickets start at $35. Details: campbelltownrsl.com.au/event/sydney-hotshots/
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