Those of you who loved it the first time round on screen, will be able to experience it live on stage as Sugar the musical - based on the classic film comedy Some Like it Hot - comes to Clwyd Theatr Cymru in Mold.
But, as actor Ian Conningham says, this is also a performance that will appeal to the younger generation too.
Based on the classic story by Robert Thoeren, Ian will be taking the role of Joe originally played by Tony Curtis in the 1958 film.
Joe and Jerry, who is played by Ben Fox, are unemployed jazz musicians who witness Spats Palazzo's mob wipe out their rivals in prohibition era Chicago.
They have to leave town fast disguised as impromptu members of an all-girl band called Sweet Sue's Society Syncopators. So, with a humorous twist, Ian's character then becomes Josephine.
Ian explains: 'The story is funny, quick paced, and exciting and is pretty much the same as the film. Obviously there have been changes, with songs added to it as it is a musical, but the scenes and dialogue are the same as the movie with all the classic lines.
'I am absolutely loving playing the role, it's definitely been a new experience learning how to walk and stand like a woman, and learning how to walk in high heels was fun!
'Although I've been in comedies and musicals I've never played a woman before. Apart from being a cheeky chappy I am nothing like my character, but I think most characters you play are different to ones you've played before, that is what I love about this job, it is so varied.
'It's been a good experience all round, learning the scripts, songs and choreography but I'm working with a great cast, and we are all really close. When you are performing together you are really forced into a team environment. There are top quality people in the cast, we're all there to support one another.'
Ian says the musical really does the film justice.
'We're not there to impersonate Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis or Marilyn Monroe from the original, and with any musical of a film there are always going to be elements that will make people think of the film and vice versa.
'It might sound corny and cheesy but it really does appeal to all age groups. For the older generation who remember the original movie and also to the younger generation who have never seen it before - they will love it.
'We've had a fantastic response from the audience so far, they have really enjoyed it.'
The show will be playing at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre, Clwyd Theatr Cymru in Mold until Saturday, November 5.
For tickets call the box office on 0845 330 3565.