Hotshot show to bring the heat
THE ultimate girls night out is set to roll into Ballarat this month with flashy fun delivered by Sydney Hotshots.
The cabaret troupe of male strippers is set to woo the crowd at the George Hotel on Friday 24 November.
Founder and host Paul Reynolds will lead the five-man act which he said will deliver nonstop thrills for the audience.
“It’s two hours of fun and frivolity for women of all ages,” he said.
“We’ve got music right up from the 70s and we’ve got routines, games, and giveaways and we’ll cover everything from SWAT to police and firemen.
“There’s dancing competitions for the girls, giveaway tequila shots and we mix it up.
“The guys will come out in full firefighter outfits for one routine, save the girls, bring them up onstage for some fun.
“Then there’s things like limbo competitions, a car wash routine, and the classic YMCA routine in there too.”
The local show is part of the second round of Sydney Hotshots’ Secret Fantasies national tour, which will see the group travel across Australia in a four-month round trip averaging five performances a week.
The upcoming Ballarat show will mark the Sydney Hotshots’ return to the city since before COVID lockdowns and Reynolds said he’s excited to return to the region.
“There’s always good crowds in Ballarat and the girls there know how to enjoy themselves,” he said.
“With all of regional Victoria, the crowds get their money’s worth. Sometimes the crowds can take a while to warm up whereas in Ballarat, Horsham, those places, they’re ready to go straight away.
“We involve the women from the audience onstage in the show as much as we can because they love it. It’s all about giving them the best fun of their lives.”
The show is strictly for attendees aged 18 and over, with tickets ranging from $37.63 to $79.39 and available at bit.ly/45ZAVdr.