Producer Mark Goucher has confirmed that the musical will be resuming its UK tour on the 23rd June.
The UK touring production of Priscilla the Queen of the Desert, co-produced by Mark Goucher and Jason Donovan, is set to head back out to theatres across the UK in June – pending government advice and dependent on restrictions being lifted in time.
Directed by Paul Kerryson, the production is set to open at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham on the 23rd June. It will then tour to: Leeds Grand Theatre, Hull New Theatre, Oxford New Theatre, Theatre Royal Bath, Royal & Derngate, Northampon, Glasgow King’s Theatre, New Wimbledon Theatre, Birmingham Hippodrome, Palace Theatre, Southend, Curve Leicester, Bristol Hippodrome and Mayflower Theatre, Southampton. It is also hoped the production will head to the West End for a run.
While casting has yet to be announced, the creative team behind this popular musical includes: choreography from Tom Jackson-Greaves, designs by Phil R Daniels and Charles Cusick Smith, musical supervision by Stephen ‘Spud’ Murphy, musical direction from Sean Green, lighting by Ben Cracknell, sound design by Ben Harrison and casting by David Grindod.
The musical is based on the hit film of the same name which sees three friends heading off on a bus in Australia to put on a show at Alice Springs. It includes the hit songs ‘It’s Raining Men’, ‘Go West’ and ‘I Will Survive’.
For more information about the tour visit: http://priscillauktour.com/