Priscilla Queen of the Desert Will Be Transformed Into Immersive Priscilla the Party! in London | Playbill

International News Priscilla Queen of the Desert Will Be Transformed Into Immersive Priscilla the Party! in London

The new production turns the Olivier-winning musical into a dance party, with dining options, a bar, and more.

Cast of Priscilla the Party Alan West

Priscilla Queen of the Desert will be transformed into an immersive musical party at London's HERE at Outernet with Priscilla the Party! Staged by the original creative team behind Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical and reimagined by original director Simon Phillips, it will play the Soho venue beginning March 3, with an official opening night March 25. 

The original Priscilla: Queen of the Desert first debuted in Sydney in 2006, before heading to the West End in 2009, and running on Broadway in 2011. Now, Priscilla the Party! will tell the same heartwarming of three friends who hop aboard a battered old bus searching for love and friendship and find more than they could have ever dreamed of. Casting will be announced at a later date.

Staged at Here at Outernet, a high tech entertainment venue, audience members will have the opportunity to enjoy a premium dining experience featuring a three-course meal, or sit or stand on the dance floor. For those who choose seats around or on the dance floor, an array of bar snacks and drinks will be available from the expansive bar area.

The immersive production will feature the same award-winning costumes from the original iteration of the musical, plus beloved renditions of disco-pop hits like "Hotstuff," "It’s Raining Men," "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," "Finally, "Go West," "Say A Little Prayer," "I Will Survive," and more.

Priscilla the Party! will feature set and video design by Brian Thomson and Justin Nardella, costume design by Tim Chappell and Lizzy Gardiner, choreography by Andrew Hallsworth, musical arrangements, direction, supervision and orchestrations by Stephen "Spud" Murphy, music direction by Steve Geere, lighting design by Per Hording, sound design by Ben Harrison, and general management by RGM Productions. Randall A. Buck, Patrick Bywalski, and Rod Gunner produce in association with Nullarbor Productions, as well as Blue Stage Entertainment in association with MGM on Stage.

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