They are the cast of EK Rep's production of Calendar Girls, the story of the Women's Institute's first nude calendar.
Ticket demand has been so high the company has added an extra performance to cope.
The story, which captured the nation's hearts, has been the subject of several professional theatre productions, as well as a film starring Julie Walters and Helen Mirren.
Actress Susan Hunt is delighted EK Rep will be the first amateur group in Scotland to put on the play.
"It's a bit of a challenge, both technically because of all the props and scene changes, and because it is such a well-known story with so many serious themes.
"We want to be able to do justice to it," she says, adding with a smile: "And then, of course, there is the nude calendar scene, which is another challenge.
"It's choreographed very well, though, and it's all about suggestion, rather than revealing everything.
"Just how much is revealed – well, the audience will just have to come along to find out."
Calendar Girls tells the story of a group of Women's Institute friends who produce a nude calendar to raise money for a leukaemia charity following the death of the main character's husband from the disease.
The resulting furore takes them all by surprise, and friendships are tested as a result.
Nationally, with more than 500 amateur groups performing the play, the licence will raise funds for Leukaemia Research.
East Kilbride Rep is also supporting the town's Kilbryde Hospice this year.
Producer Jean Macmillan, who has been a member of EK Rep for more than 35 years, said the decision to stage the play has caused a bit of a stir.
She said: "I have never seen a busier audition.
"We could have cast the play twice over. The characters are all fantastic and it is such a great story, everyone wanted to be involved.
"It has lots of serious moments, of course, but it is very, very funny.
"The women all get on well because we have worked together so many times, so we all trust each other and have faith in ourselves and in the play.
"We have had our 'un-dress' rehearsal, and we are all happy, so we're looking forward to opening night."
l EK Rep will perform Calendar Girls at the Village Theatre in East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire, from tomorrow until Saturday at 7.30pm, with a matinee on Saturday.
Tickets cost £7.50 from the box office on 01355 261000 or online at www.sllcboxoffice.co.uk