also a Clothing Optional Performance of Hair – The Musical. That was to celebrate its 50th anniversary, and Hair was the first stage production post censorship to be able to present on stage nudity. Strange that the single scene, and its brievity, where the actors get naked caused so much consternation back in 1968…. and really strange that the 50th anniversary was marked with the entire audience (apart from one) being completely naked throughout the whole show – that gave a whole different vibe to the scene when the actors got naked (almost like “ah finally!” rather than “wow, that’s daring!”)
This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by Martin.
I’ve attended WNBRs, mass skinny dips and other organised mass nudity events. I look forward to them all, its great being naked with lots of other people and the bike rides give you the chance to be naked in public at well known spots where you’d risk arrest if you were naked there at other times – Oxford St, Picadilly etc in London.