Meet Callum Aylott: The West End Bares hunk revealing all for charity

Gay Times

Stage actor Callum is currently starring in the London production of Dreamgirls. He’s also working on a special event in the name of charity.

Giving us a preview of what to expect from West End Bares 2017 – this Sunday from 7pm at London’s Novello Theatre – the hunky actor show off his rather peachy ass-etts in front of our camera lens for a shoot that will appear in an upcoming issue of Gay Times.

Yes, you’ll be able to take Callum home with you – cheeky! – when his shoot lands on your coffee table in the coming weeks.

Hosted on Sunday evening by Graham Norton, West End Bares is stripping off down the Yellow Brick Road with theme Ruby Strippers – taking us all to the glowing Emerald City. Graham joined by fellow presenters Adam Garcia, Oliver Savile, Summer Strallen, Dianne Pilkington, Tom Allen and Celinde Schoenmaker – stars of the West End.

Olivier Award-winner Rebecca Trehearn will also open the show with a performance of an exclusive track especially written for the occasion by Mark Anderson and Luke di Somma.

Related: The boys of Bares have something rather revealing to show you…

The entire evening is in aid of the Make A Difference Trust – a UK based charity with a vision of a world free from HIV and AIDS. West End Bares is based on the original concept Broadway Bares by Broadway and West End director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids.

Until he arrives in our magazine and ahead of West End Bares this weekend, join Callum on set for this exclusive (and revealing) shoot.

You can thank us later!

Book your tickets for West End Bares this Sunday here.

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