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From 8 March 2010 Jason Donovan and Oliver Thornton will be joined by Don Gallagher as Bernadette.
Don Gallagher in Priscilla

From 8 March 2010 Jason Donovan and Oliver Thornton will be joined by Don Gallagher as Bernadette.

BOOKING NOW EXTENDED UNTIL 26 FEBRUARY 2011 – SUMMER SUNDAY PERFORMANCES ANNOUNCED

Priscilla Queen Of The Desert The Musical will celebrate a year in the West End on 23 March 2010 having completed over 425 performances at the Palace Theatre since its opening last year.  From 8 March Jason Donovan (Tick) and Oliver Thornton (Adam) will be joined by Don Gallagher as Bernadette, as booking for the show extends until 26 February 2011.  Over the summer (6 June – 5 September 2010) there will be Sunday performances of Priscilla Queen Of The Desert The Musical at 3pm.

The cast, from 8 March 2010, includes Jason Donovan (Mitzi/Tick), Don Gallagher (Bernadette), Oliver Thornton (Felicia/Adam), who are joined by Portia Emare, Emma Lindars and Charlotte Riby as the three Divas, Newley Aucutt as Miss Understanding, Yvette Robinson as Marion, Steven Cleverley as Farrah and Young Bernadette, Daniele Coombe as Shirley, Tristan Temple as Jimmy, Kanako Nakano as Cynthia and John Brannoch as Frank, and completing the company are Christopher Drake, Amy Edwards, Amy Field, Hugo Harold Harrison, Luke Jackson, Hayley Jayne Langwith, Callum Nicol, Zabrina Norry, Will Peaco, John Phoenix, James Rees, Jeremy Secomb, Robert Styles, John Tsouras and Matt Wesley.

Don Gallagher’s musical stage roles include Roger de Bris in The Producers, Javert in Les Miserables and Pierre Guerre in Martin Guerre, all in the West End. His other stage credits include His Dark Materials and Stuff Happens for the National Theatre and Henry IV parts 1 & 2, Painter of Dishonour and Back to Methuselah for the Royal Shakespeare Company.   On television his many credits include Poirot, Casualty, Miss Marple, Hancock and Joan, Victoria and Albert, Sea of Souls and Ballet Shoes.

For more information, visit the production’s official website.

Posted on: 3rd February 2010

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