A sing-a-long screening of Priscilla Queen of the Desert is happening at Sydney’s Chauvel Cinema

  • Jana Angeles
  • July 21, 2016
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As an audience member, do you like going to interactive events? Well, it’s time to get your ‘drag’ on as The Actors Benevolent Fund of NSW will be presenting its first ever sing-a-long of cherished musical film The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert. The event will be running on Thursday August 18 at Chauvel Cinema and attendees will have the opportunity sing to classic tunes from ABBA, Village People, Gloria Gaynor and more! The event will be hosted by MC Maxi Shields as well.

Wearing outrageous costumes, three drag queens will be played by Terence Stamp, Hugo Weaving and Guy Pearce. Furthermore, dress-ups are encouraged so you can turn up looking like a fabulous drag queen yourself. The best dressed will also win a prize and all attendees will receive a goodie bag, a song sheet and a cheeky welcome drink too! You will also be helping out a wonderful cause which is more of a reason to come and have a fun night out with your friends!

For more information on the event, check out the details below!

WHEN: Thursday 18 August 7:30pm to 11:30pm
TIME: 7.30pm complimentary pre-show drink | 8.30pm Screening
WHERE: Chauvel Cinema – 249 Oxford Street, Paddington
COST: $45 includes goodie bag, song sheet & welcoming drink
BOOKINGS: sing-a-long-priscilla.eventbrite.com

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