THERE is a steady murmuring as the audience wait for the show to start. Patient and cross-legged in the theatre stalls a man chats to his neighbour about his mortgage as we wait for the lights to go down and the musical to begin.
He then turns to me and waggles a piercing on the end of his member saying: “I hope I don’t knock someone’s drink over when we start dancing.”
No, I’m not sat next to a soon-to-be-disgraced Hollywood star – I’m in the audience during a ‘clothing optional’ night at the theatre.
For one night only, at the Vaults Theatre in Waterloo the entire audience have decided to strip off while they watch a performance of the musical Hair.
It is one for the theatre buffs.