A brave group of fundraisers won’t be leaving their hats on next month as they dare to bare all for two charities.

The Amman Valley Full Monty, which is being held at Brynamman Cinema and Public Hall on Saturday, January 12, will see a group of men and women stripping off to raise vital funds for breast and prostate cancer.

Organiser Debbie Elias said: “We are a group of people who have been affected by both breast cancer and prostate cancer and we are organising a community event to help raise money for two charities.

“I was inspired to organise the event after watching celebrities do their own version of The Full Monty on TV earlier this year.

“When I was watching it I thought we can do that.”

The Real Full Monty on ITV saw a team of male and female celebrities including Coleen Nolan, John Hartson, Megan Mckenna and Tom Parker get their kit off to raise awareness for breast and prostate cancer.

The famous faces shared their stories of why they decided to bare all with some having fought cancer themselves while others lost family members to the disease.

Liberty X singer Michelle Heaton talked about having a double mastectomy in 2016 and how her grandmother and great-grandmother both lost their lives to cancer in their 30s while Eastenders actor John Partridge opened up about his struggle with testicular cancer.

Each of the 10 brave ladies taking part in the Amman Valley Full Monty know someone who has passed away or been affected by cancer and they all wanted to do something different to raise awareness.

Tamara Brudrey said: “I am a cancer survivor and I am really looking forward to taking part. I am so excited.

“Some of us are completely out of our comfort zone but it is all for a good cause and it will be great fun.”

While most of the group have never been on stage before, Phil Davies is no stranger to getting his kit off.

“I was part of the Martini Boys and took part in a charity event in Betws Rugby Club a few years ago and I’ve done a few bits and pieces,” said Phil.

“My mum has had breast cancer and my dad has had prostate cancer, so it means a lot to me.

“We would love Brynamman cinema to be sold out completely on the night so we can raise as much money as possible for two important causes.”

The Full Monty may be the main event of the evening, but the fundraiser will see a variety of different types of entertainment taking to the stage.

Debbie added: “We have singers, dancers, comedians, a drag artist, Cor Persain Ladies Choir, Ammanford Community Theatre, Swansea Dance Twerk Team, Saron Ladies Tap Dancing Team, Tom Jones tribute act Alex Jacobs and Gaynor and Richard Morris.

“And of course, the brave ladies and gentlemen taking part in the finale, willing to bear the relevant body parts with tasteful routines that are fun and entertaining.

“Both charities are aware of the fundraising show and have sent us merchandise for the evening.”

You can purchase tickets from Brynamman cinema or by alternatively you can call Debbie on 07399564835.