Two FULL MONTY steelworkers were out on the town last night, offering their gentlemanly services to all guests attending last evening’s 2nd Annual Hospice Simcoe Spring Fashion Show. The two dashing men adorned in black tie attire warmly greeted guests as they arrived to the Barrie Country Club. The event successfully raised funds for the ongoing provision of compassionate palliative care in Simcoe County.


Attending the evening were James Dobson, playing unemployed mill worker Ethan Girard in the upcoming KCP production of The Full Monty and Sebastian Asselberg, who plays Harold Nichols, an unemployed supervisor at the sawmill. The cast members happily circulated throughout the evening delivering beverages to guests and escorting models to the runway.  One lucky guest at last night’s fashion show, Pauline Smith, was the winner of 2 tickets for the May 3rd Opening Night and Reception of The Full Monty at Barrie’s downtown theatre, the Mady Centre.


Running through May 13, 2012, KCP’s production of The Full Monty promises the audience an inspiring and enjoyable show, full of strong family values and heart – a hilarious and lively piece of musical theatre.


View pictures from the Simcoe Hospice Fashion Show on our Facebook Page here.


Find out more about KCP’s production of The Full Monty here.