Priscilla Queen of the Desert

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Priscilla Queen of the Desert is a jukebox musical by Stephen Elliott and Allan Scott adapted from the 1994 film of the same name. The show debuted in Sydney in 2006 before transferring to the West End in 2009 and Broadway two years later. It follows the story of three friends who perform a drag show at an Australian resort.

The Cast

Leading and Supporting

Joe McFadden as Tick/Mitzi

Nick Hayes as Adam/Felicia

Miles Western as Bernadette

Daniel Fletcher as Bob

Miranda Wilford as Marion

Kevin Yates as Miss Understanding

Jacqui Sanches as Cynthia

Claudia Kariuki as Diva

Rosie Glossop as Diva

Ensemble and Swing

Jak Allen-Anderson, Emma Crossley, Jordan Cunningham, Martin Harding, Justin Lee-Jones, Nell Martin, Edwin Ray, and Natalie Chua

Tour Dates

  • Dartford, Orchard Theatre, 5th September – 14th September
  • Bradford, Alhambra Theatre, 17th September – 21st September
  • Rhyl Pavilion, 23rd September – 28th September
  • Milton Keynes Theatre, 30th September – 5th October
  • London, New Wimbledon Theatre, 7th October – 12th October
  • Malvern, Festival Theatre, 14th October – 19th October
  • Blackpool, Winter Gardens, 21st October – 26th October
  • Leicester Curve, 28th October – 2nd November
  • Edinburgh Playhouse, 5th November – 9th November
  • Liverpool Empire, 11th November – 16th November
  • Inverness, Eden Court, 18th November – 23rd November
  • Manchester, Palace Theatre, 25th November – 30th November
  • Brighton, Theatre Royal, 17th December – 4th January
  • Southampton Mayflower, 13th January – 18th January
  • Plymouth, Theatre Royal, 20th Janaury – 25th January
  • Nottingham, Theatre Royal, 27th January – 1st February
  • Dublin, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, 3rd February – 8th February
  • Cambridge Corn Exchange, 10th February – 15th February
  • Newcastle, Theatre Royal, 17th February – 22nd February
  • Southend, Cliffs Pavilion, 24th February – 29th February
  • Sheffield Lyceum, 2nd March – 7th March
  • Carlisle, Sands Centre, 9th March – 14th March
  • Woking, New Victoria Theatre, 16th March – 21st March
  • Ipswich, Regent Theatre, 23rd March – 28th March
  • Hull New Theatre, 30th March – 4th April
  • Oxford New Theatre, 6th April – 11th April
  • Birmingham Hippodrome, 13th April – 18th April
  • Northampton Royal & Derngate, 20th April – 25th April
  • Glasgow, King’s Theatre, 27th April – 2nd May
  • Cardiff, Wales Millennium Centre, 5th May – 9th May
  • Bristol Hippodrome, 11th May – 16th May