Game for a laugh Nick aims to raise a smile - and cash
By pole dancing while wearing a man-kini!
The 55-year-old manager of Turks Head Functions Rooms, in Honiton, is to perform a pole dancing routine, wearing a mankini.
His act will form part of a pole dancing extravaganza, being organised by cystic fibrosis sufferer Kirstie Mills, for charity.
Kirstie’s fiance, Stuart Tancock, has agreed to join Nick on the night and also perform a pole dancing routine.
The showcase will take place at Turks Head Function Rooms on Saturday, July 24.
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Every penny of the �5 ticket price will be donated to the Live Life Then Give Life Foundation, which aims to support those who need life-saving organ transplants and promote the benefits of organ donation.
Kirstie, who is a fitness and pole dancing instructor and owns Extreme Control Pole, based in Honiton and Yeovil, may one day have to have a lung transplant.
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“Having known many people with cystic fibrosis to die while waiting to have a transplant, I support the work of the Live Life Then Give Life Foundation,” said Kirstie.
“I have also seen the drastic, life-changing benefits given to those who receive organ transplants.
Tickets for the extravaganza are on sale now at Turks Head Lodge (formerly Honiton Motel).