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Priscilla – Queen of the Desert

Film Forres PRESENTS!

The Adventures of
Priscilla 
Queen of the Desert

Saturday 16th November 2019

The 4th in our 2019-2020 Film Forres PRESENTS! season.

 

Forres Town Hall
 Doors open – 7:00 PM • Film Starts – 7:30 PM
Entry – £5 on the door*
Bring your own bottle •  Strictly over 18s only • Cabaret-style Seating

No tickets required: pay on the door 
 | You can bring your own nibbles etc… |

Next up is The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. It’s a must-see for lots of reasons – it won an oscar for costume design as well as 9 other awards including a BAFTA awards plus 18 nominations; more than that, we wanted to offer a movie that embraces difference and the outrageous (in the nicest possible way).  The film has had great reviews, scores 7.4 stars on IMDB and is a lot of fun. It’s a road movie too.

Men in feathers, what’s not to like? Cross-dressing? Well, it’s good enough for Eddie Izzard, though I have trouble with tights and my hairy legs! Terence Stamp is magnificently transgender; the costumes are amazing; and Hugo Weaving is as far from Elrond as it’s possible to get – or is it?. 

So come along to this one. If only for the spectacle. It’ll be a great night and you don’t have to dress up!

“Those who find men in feathers inherently divine will have a high old time here, and there are enough hilarious cinematic moments for the gob-smacked rest.”

Angie Errigo
Empire

– if you’re going to a performance of Priscilla Queen of the Desert – The Musical -at Eden Court in Inverness (18th -26th November – see Eden Court website for details), why not take in the movie first?

Download full size poster – PDF file


Film Information (from IMDB)

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

Rated: R (BBFC – 15)  |  | Comedy, Music | 10 August 1994 (USA) | 7.4 stars |

Two drag performers and a transgender woman travel across the desert to perform their unique style of cabaret.

 

 

*a note on tickets for 2019-2020 —

We’ve currently dispensed with ticketed entry for now. We found that most folk prefer to arrive on the night and just pay on the door. Having tickets for sale in advance would only be needed, we thought, when we could predict a big audience. Bohemian Rhapsody was a very special night and extremely well-attended. Normally, we reckon on a smaller audience that we can easily accommodate.

After our opening screenings earlier in the year, we’ve decided to set the entry price at £5. It works for us and for everyone else, we hope. 

 

 

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