Jam-packed with dazzling feathers,wigs and sensational music, a new show sweeping into Griffith is shaping up to be a night to remember.
The show pays homage to long-running male revue show Les Girls cabaret show, which has been running since 1963.
Lead singer Prada Clutch and her girls pay tribute to Les Girls and their queen Carlotta in a journey spanning decades.
The show takes audiences back to Les Girl’s beginnings in Kings Cross and across the Australian outback with Priscilla Queen of the Desert.
The cast of seven will visit Griffith Regional Theatre for a one-night only performance on Saturday. March 24 at 8pm
Griffith Regional Theatre manager said the show had someone to “something to delight and offend just about everyone”.
“Prada Clutch, the star of this fabulously cheeky show, is one of Australia's most in demand live- singing drag queens, appearing regularly on stage across Australia and New Zealand. She is inspired by the great female divas – Dusty Springfield, Bette Midler and Cher, and an icon in her own right,” Ms Savage said.
“The Creative Director Monique Kelly was one of the original Les Girls – so the historic pieces are very authentic, and the choreographer Stephen Clarke has worked with Kylie and Dannii Minogue, Cyndi Lauper and Diana Ross. So be prepared to be amazed.
Tickets can be purchased by calling (02) 6962 8444 or online via the Griffith City Regional Theatre website.