But a Highland theatre has had to pull the Dreamboys' performance tonight due to confusion over the licence needed for the show.
As the group is classed as adult entertainment, the Eden Court Theatre in Inverness was advised it would have to apply for a variation to its licence to sell alcohol.
Questions had been raised about the show's suitability, but time ran out for Eden Court to get the paperwork. Refunds are being paid.
A spokeswoman for Eden Court said: "Shows of this type are covered by our Theatre Licence but a question was raised about such a show being in breach of our Premises Licence which allows us to sell alcohol.
"We sought advice from the office of the Clerk to the Highland Licensing Board who indicated that such a performance would require a variation to be made to our Premises Licence to allow adult entertainment.
"While we do not agree with and are disappointed by this opinion we would never knowingly take an action which would potentially breach a licence condition."
The Highland Licensing Board does not have the power to stop such shows, but does require that premises staging adult entertainment apply for a variation to their licence to sell alcohol.
The Eden Court spokeswoman said the office of the Clerk was extremely helpful and was willing to reconsider if more information about the performance could be provided. Unfortunately this information had not been forthcoming.