Bolton: The Full Monty film crew are back in the town center

Filming for the TV sequel to the hit 90s film The Full Monty is once again taking place in Bolton town center today.

The crew filmed inside the site of the former Specsavers store in Victoria Square for three days last week.

Today they are back today and will continue to film there for the rest of the week, a member of the security team confirmed to The Bolton News.

Last week, stars from the original 1997 film could be seen filming, including Steve Huison, Paul Barber and Mark Addy, who played Lomper, Horse and Dave respectively.

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Robert Carlyle, who plays lead character Gaz, was also spotted in the city last week.

The team sets up on the corner of Victoria Square

Today the stars were spotted again, with Robert Carlyle (Gaz), Mark Addy (Dave), Paul Barber (Horse), Steve Huison (Lomper) and Wim Snape (Nathan) all supposed to be seen as it looked like the crew was taking a break from filming.

The original film, once the country’s highest-grossing, follows a group of unemployed Sheffield people as they decide to form a male strip act to earn some cash.

The new series will include new characters, some of whom are children and grandchildren of returning characters.

Email [email protected] if you see one of the stars in town.

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