Win a Priscilla - Queen of the Desert experience


Eight years, several thousand kilometres later, and looking more fabulous than ever, the pink bus makes a triumphant return to Auckland from October!

Register your details below and you could win yourself a lift to The Civic to see the production in true Priscilla style. We’re talking a double pass to the show on the 14th of October and the chance to arrive ready to party after being picked up by The Breeze and Priscilla Party Bus. 

Our friend's from Robbie's Fun Bus are getting into the party spirit and will be taking us to The Civic in style - travelling on their very own Doris. Robbie introduced the first party bus to NZ over 20 years ago and has an amazing, unique fleet of double decker buses. These buses are also ideal for weddings and events in both Auckland and Waiheke. Check them out here!

 Since PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT THE MUSICAL first captivated 100,000 New Zealanders during its six week run in 2008, the spectacular show has played sell-out seasons in London’s West End and on Broadway, toured internationally, and won numerous accolades along the way, including prestigious Olivier and Tony Awards.

Based on the Oscar-winning hit movie, PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT is the heart-warming, uplifting story of three drag artists who hop aboard a battered old bus named Priscilla, searching for love and friendship. They end up on a journey of self-discovery and the road trip of a lifetime.

This wildly fresh and funny musical features a hit parade of dance-floor favourites including: Don’t Leave Me This Way, I Will Survive, Finally, I Love The Nightlife, Go West, Hot Stuff, Colour My World and Shake Your Groove Thing.

With a dazzling array of over 500 outrageous costumes, 200 extraordinary headdresses, 23 tonnes of scenery, and a 10 metre long customised bus weighing six tonnes as its sparkling centrepiece, PRISCILLA is a must-see spectacular!

Enter below to win tickets and a Priscilla Pick up!

Priscilla Queen Of The Desert – The Musical From 14th October 2016 at The Civic Auckland. Tickets on sale now at

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