Photo Flash: First look At Priscilla The Party! At HERE At Outernet

March 4, 2024
Photo Flash: First look At Priscilla The Party! At HERE At Outernet

Production images of Priscilla the Party! have been released today giving us a first look into the experience at HERE at Outernet that began performances this weekend (Sunday 3rd March) taken by Marc Brenner. The official opening is on Monday 25th March.

Priscilla the Party! stars Trevor Ashley as ‘Gaye Cliché’, Owain Williams ‘Tick’ / ‘Mitzi’, Dakota Starr ‘Bernadette’ and Reece Kerridge ‘Adam’ / ‘Felicia’, Grace Galloway, Gracie Lai and Sara Louise as the ‘Divas’ and Steven Serlin as ‘Bob the Mechanic’, with Joni Ayton-Kent as Alternate ‘Bernadette’.  Also in the cast will be John McGlone, Matthew Facchino, Isidro Ridout, Brandon Gale, William Elijah-Lewis, Samuel Stokes, Dan Holland, Kimberly Blake, Lucy Park, Maria Myatt and Teagan Denham.

Priscilla the Party! is a celebration of 30 years of glamour and iconic entertainment and is staged by the creative team behind Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical – you can expect the same award-winning costumes and head-dresses, re-directed by original director Simon Phillips and choreographed by Andrew Hallsworth.

Based on the Oscar-winning movie and Tony Award- and Olivier Award-winning musical, Priscilla the Party! tells the same heart-warming, uplifting story of three friends, who hop aboard a battered old bus to seek fame and fortune in Alice Springs, and end up finding more than they could have ever dreamed of.

It is 30 years since the unforgettable film, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, graced our screens and almost 18 years since London first embraced the phenomenal stage musical.  Attendees are invited to unleash their inner diva as Priscilla Queen of the Desert transitions from a beloved musical into an extraordinary immersive party. The audience can expect an extravagant display of eye-popping costumes, an exhilarating soundtrack that encourages everyone to dance and sing along, and a show which unfolds all around them.

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