PRLog - Aug. 13, 2012 - STRATFORD-UPON-AVON, U.K. -- The multi-award winning Falstaff Experience Tudor World visitor attraction in Stratford upon Avon is looking to recruit a man for the world's sexiest job. The museum which is famous for not only its Tudor and Haunted history, is also renowned for its character led tours including, the Stratford Town Tour with William Shakespeare and the Dashing Jack Pub Ghost Tour. They are now looking to spice up Stratford's night life with their latest ground breaking visitor experience: A Night with Mr. Gray. Following the meteoric rise of the Fifty Shades trilogy, the Falstaff Experience is now looking for a man to play Tristan Gray, for their unique Stratford night out tour.
The museum is looking for a man with good looks and the right personality to play the troubled millionaire Tristian Gray. This groundbreaking entertainment is expected to appeal primarily to females and as such, ladies will be able to make group bookings to enjoy their night with Mr. Gray. The job of the chosen heart throb will be to quite literally lead the girls around the sophisticated market town, entertain them and ensure they find their way to only the best places in town.
The Falstaff Experience are hoping to have A Night with Mr. Gray ready to accept bookings for Christmas. As such any men who think they may be able to bring this unique character to life in a fun way should send their CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the museum visit www.falstaffexperience.uk.
Events & Engagement Manager Ben Pugh said: "We believe that the ideal person for this role, may have a back ground in acting, tour guiding or worked as a holiday rep. It will be a fun job, and we will of course expect the chosen candidate to act with decency and decorum. It is a light hearted experience, that will allow the visitors to celebrate a good time, drawing on some of the themes from popular Fifty Shades trilogy. Humor and fun are at the core of all of our tours and this one will be no different. Indeed, the real challenge will be to make the very serious character of Mr. Gray appealing in a fun way".