Priscilla - Queen of the Desert

Tour synopsis, cast & creatives

Priscilla - Queen of the Desert
Sydney drag queen Mitzi and her two fish-out-water friends, Felicia and Bernadette, are heading west across the desert to Alice Springs in their battered old bus. They are each on their own personal journey of discovery, but together they put on a show unlike anything the locals have ever seen before. The musical is fashioned around disco hits including I Love the Night Life, I Will Survive, Shake Your Grove Thing and Finally. Based on the Oscar-winning film. New Production Priscilla - Queen of the Desert website.

Performers Joe McFadden (Tick/Mitzi), Miles Western (Bernadette|), Nick Hayes (Adam/Felicia), Daniel Fletcher (Bob), Miranda Wilford (Marion), Kevin Yates (Miss Understanding), Jacqui Sanchez (Cynthia), Nikki Bentley (Diva), Claudia Kariuki (Diva), Rosie Glossop (Diva), Jak Allen-Anderson, Natalie Chua, Emma Crossley, Jordan Cunningham, Martin Harding, Justin-Lee Jones, Nell Martin, Edwin Ray.
Author Stephan Elliott. Author Allan Scott. Producer Mark Goucher. Producer Jason Donovan. Director Paul Kerryson. Choreographer Tom Jackson-Greaves. Design Phil R Daniels. Design Charles Cusick Smith. Lighting Ben Cracknell. Sound Ben Harrison.

Tour details for Priscilla - Queen of the Desert 2018 to 2019

Between 5th September 2019 and 16th May 2020 this tour will visit 31 venues in Dartford, Bradford, Rhyl, Milton Keynes, Outer London, Malvern, Blackpool, Leicester, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Inverness, Manchester, Brighton, Southampton, Plymouth, Nottingham, Dublin, Cambridge, Newcastle upon Tyne, Southend-on-Sea, Sheffield, Carlisle, Woking, Ipswich, Hull, Oxford, Birmingham, Northampton, Glasgow, Cardiff and Bristol. Current and future dates only. This production has already been seen in 1 venues since 28th October 2018.

Dates for Priscilla - Queen of the Desert (Musical) tour

Thu, 5th September 2019 to Sat, 14th September 2019
  The Orchard, Dartford»

Tue, 17th September 2019 to Sat, 21st September 2019
  Alhambra Theatre, Bradford»

Mon, 23rd September 2019 to Sat, 28th September 2019
  Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl»

Mon, 30th September 2019 to Sat, 5th October 2019
  Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes» {1}

Mon, 7th October 2019 to Sat, 12th October 2019
  New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London» {1}

Mon, 14th October 2019 to Sat, 19th October 2019
  Malvern Theatres, Malvern»

Mon, 21st October 2019 to Sat, 26th October 2019
  Winter Gardens and Opera House Theatre, Blackpool» {1}

Mon, 28th October 2019 to Sat, 2nd November 2019
  Curve, Leicester»

Mon, 4th November 2019 to Sat, 9th November 2019
  Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh» {1}

Mon, 11th November 2019 to Sat, 16th November 2019
  Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool» {1}

Mon, 18th November 2019 to Sat, 23rd November 2019
  Eden Court Theatre, Inverness»

Mon, 25th November 2019 to Sat, 30th November 2019
  Palace Theatre, Manchester» {1}

Tue, 17th December 2019 to Sat, 4th January 2020
  Theatre Royal, Brighton» {1}

Mon, 13th January 2020 to Sat, 18th January 2020
  Mayflower Theatre, Southampton»

Mon, 20th January 2020 to Sat, 25th January 2020
  Theatre Royal, Plymouth»

Mon, 27th January 2020 to Sat, 1st February 2020
  Theatre Royal, Nottingham»

Mon, 3rd February 2020 to Sat, 8th February 2020
  Bord Gais Energy Theatre (formerly Grand Canal Theatre), Dublin» {1}

Mon, 10th February 2020 to Sat, 15th February 2020
  Corn Exchange, Cambridge»

Mon, 17th February 2020 to Sat, 22nd February 2020
  Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne»

Mon, 24th February 2020 to Sat, 29th February 2020
  Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea»

Mon, 2nd March 2020 to Sat, 7th March 2020
  Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield»

Mon, 9th March 2020 to Sat, 14th March 2020
  Sands Centre, Carlisle»

Mon, 16th March 2020 to Sat, 21st March 2020
  New Victoria Theatre, Woking» {1}

Mon, 23rd March 2020 to Sat, 28th March 2020
  Ipswich Regent, Ipswich»

Mon, 30th March 2020 to Sat, 4th April 2020
  Hull New Theatre, Hull»

Mon, 6th April 2020 to Sat, 11th April 2020
  New Theatre, Oxford» {1}

Mon, 13th April 2020 to Sat, 18th April 2020
  Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham» {1}

Mon, 20th April 2020 to Sat, 25th April 2020
  Royal & Derngate, Northampton»

Tue, 28th April 2020 to Sat, 2nd May 2020
  King's Theatre, Glasgow» {1}

Tue, 5th May 2020 to Sat, 9th May 2020
  Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff»

Tue, 12th May 2020 to Sat, 16th May 2020
  Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol» {1}
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