There’ll be glitz, glamour and groovy disco music at Huddersfield’s Lawrence Batley Theatre when hit musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert takes to the stage.

Members of Woodhouse Musical Theatre Company will be taking audiences on a disco journey of a lifetime from March 21-25 as they don wigs and killer heels for a spectacular show to remember.

Based on the popular movie, the musical follows the heart-warming and uplifting story of best friends and glamorous Sydney-based performing trio – Tick, Bernadette and Adam – who agree to climb aboard a battered old bus named Priscilla for a roadtrip into the middle of the Australian outback.

But when their search for love and friendship leads them to find more than they could have ever imagined, the trip turns into a voyage of soul-searching and discovery.

With dance-floor favourites including “It’s Raining Men”, “I Will Survive”, “Go West” and “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”, audiences will be tapping their feet to the iconic disco anthems, accompanied by spectacular dance routines and eye-popping costumes.

Director Neil Broadbent said: “We hope audiences will be blown away by this fabulous show, which can’t help but bring smiles to people’s faces, at a time when many are feeling the after-effects of the pandemic and world events.

“We want people to forget their problems and come join us for an evening of joyous fun with friends, accompanied by their favourite disco tracks.

“It’s a high-energy show, with amazing dance routines in almost every number which have pushed this year’s cast to their absolute limits. But they’ve all risen to the challenge and can’t wait to bring this show to Huddersfield and give audiences a night to remember.”

Neil Broadbent will also be appearing on stage as one of the three friends, Bernadette, alongside Ned Smith as Tick and Matthew Armitage playing Adam.

Ellie Stringer, Fizz Palmer and Keeley Denton will be taking on the roles of The Divas, while Richard Sykes, Chris Greenwood, Sonya Morris, Helen Woodhead, Francesca Rosado and Sam Roberts also star alongside the talented company.

Tickets for Priscilla Queen of the Desert, which runs from March 21-25 are available from Lawrence Batley Theatre by visiting or calling 01484 430528.