Priscilla Queen Of The Desert Is On Its Way Tto A City Near You

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Priscilla Queen Of The Desert

The ultra-fabulous musical that is Priscilla Queen Of The Desert is on its way to a city near you after spending a notable two years on both Broadway and in London’s West end.

Hold on tight! Because you’re about to embark on an amazing adventure that is sure to be one in a million!  


The ultra-fabulous musical that is Priscilla Queen Of The Desert is on its way to a city near you after spending a notable two years on both Broadway and in London’s West end. 


Just like the magnificent 1994 film, the show trails the story of three friends who board an old bus to embark on an exciting journey across the desert. Along the way the entertaining trio learn valuable life lessons about love and friendship with also finding things beyond their wildest dreams. 


Neighbours actor Richard Greive, theatre trained Graham Weaver, plus singer, actor and former Hear’Say member Noel Sullivan make an exceptional show out of Priscilla.


Get your feet tapping to the great deal of favourable dance floor classics that feature in the show, including 25 timeless hits such as, ‘Hot Stuff’, ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun’, ‘I Will Survive’ and ‘It’s Raining Men’. This smash-hit will lift your spirit and warm your heart with its quick-witted and highly amusing lines.


The glamorous wardrobe attire is so eccentric that ‘over the top’ is an understatement. The sparkly and distinctive outfits are (literally) the icing on the cake for this insanely glitzy showstopper (you have to see it to believe it!) 


With award-winning titles of What’s On Stage 2010 ‘Best New Musical’ and ‘Best Costume Design’ linked to the shows name, this feel-good spectacular is definitely one to make a date for in your diary. 


So what are you waiting for? – Slip on your dancing shoes and get set to boogie on down! 


Priscilla Queen Of The Desert appears at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury from Monday 23rd September to Saturday the 28th of September 2013. 


Mon-Thurs performances start at 7:30pm 

Two shows take place on Friday at 5pm and at 8:15pm, as well as on Saturday at 2:30pm and 7:30pm.


Ticket prices vary between £20 - £45. 

Parental guidance is recommended for children 15 years and under.


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Published on 26 September 2013 by TasminAnderson

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