The touring version of iconic musical Priscilla Queen Of The Desert is heading for the Midlands this autumn, with Strictly Come Dancing winner Joe McFadden taking top billing.
Based on the movie of the same name, Priscilla the stage show has wowed both West End and Broadway audiences, picking up numerous coveted awards along the way.
An uplifting story of the friendship shared between three pals who hop aboard a battered old bus and head off in search of love and romance, the show comes complete with a dazzling array of costumes and a glorious selection of dancefloor favourites, including It’s Raining Men, Say A Little Prayer, Go West, Hot Stuff and Always On My Mind.
Priscilla’s tour bus pulls in at the following Midlands venues over the next few months: Malvern Festival Theatre, 14 - 19 October; Curve Theatre Leicester, 28 October - 2 November; Theatre Royal Nottingham, 27 January - 1 February; and Birmingham Hippodrome, 13 - 18 April.
For more information, visit priscillauktour.com
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