Kung-Fu stars from the Shaolin Warriors tour, which high kicks into Dartford on the Wed 4 May have painted their faces blue to raise awareness of prostate cancer.
Shaolin Warriors and production company Theatre Productions International have joined forces with The Prostate Cancer Charity in order to fundraise and highlight the importance of prostate cancer awareness. The stunt by the 26 young men from China was in support of The Prostate Cancer Charity’s ‘Do Blue’ campaign, which hopes to help men reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer by making better lifestyle choices. Cancer of the prostate is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in UK males, with approximately 37,000 cases diagnosed per year.
Returning to the stage with a brand new 66 date nationwide show, this breathtaking theatrical performance vividly showcases the rarely-seen Kung Fu masters’ feats of agility, strength and skill. Featuring Buddhist meditation and rigorous martial arts training, the show is an extravaganza of scenery, atmospheric music, beautiful lights and hundreds of costumes. The tour will fundraise at the majority of its 66 dates and aims to support The Prostate Cancer Charity spread their message to audiences of all ages.
For full details of all 66 dates, including how to book tickets for the NEC’s Martial Arts Show, please visit www.theatre-productions.com.