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Sydney’s hottest men in their brand-new show – live on stage at Mullum Ex-services

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Welcome to the best hen’s night, bachelorette party or ultimate girls’ night out. Get frocked up and come out for a girl’s night out, with strippers from London, Vegas, Rio, Barcelona, and Sydney. The current Sydney Hotshots show includes some of the sexiest men on stage.

The hunks from Sydney Hotshots are set to sizzle and seduce you for one night only live at Mullum Ex-Services Club, Friday 17 February 8pm (strictly 18+). 

Aside from their performers’ well-toned and ripped bodies, the Sydney Hotshots show is also renowned for its high-powered dance routines, spectacular lighting, unique costumes, and for blending sex appeal with humour, games, and big… personalities.

Their brand-new show is a two-hour, nonstop exciting male cabaret show touring Australia now. With all new choreography, a wide range of hit music and classic cameos that include the Hot as Hell Fireman, the sensual and sensitive Officer and a Gentleman, the ‘Lock Me Up’ Policeman, the Special Forces SWAT Team and more. Get out, get naughty and let the cocktails wash over you.

Tickets from $35 + BF online or at Club reception www.mullumexservices.com.au/what-s-on

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  1. I just don’t know what anybody gets out of this type of display, but then I have never been the sharpest tool on the bench. Maybe a big showcase for tattoos and egos. Now if it was a halter led display of horse flesh then I would be there. If I was in the lineup at the club I would be in the shetland and minature class. Good health and enjoy your day.


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