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Thurs 25 Jan – The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert (M) National Motor Museum

Birdwood Motor Museum Outoor CinemaAustralia Day Eve Screening
The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert(M)
Proudly presented by the National Motor Museum – Birdwood.

The National Motor Museum presents another of its popular Outdoor Cinema screenings of classic Australian road movies in January, with one of the best feel-good Aussie comedies of the 90s, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. On the scenic grounds of the Museum on Australia Day-Eve, film-lovers can recline on picnic rugs underneath the stars, listen to an all Aussie playlist prior to the film, tuck into their picnic hampers or sample the local produce BBQ. Come sunset, they kick back and enjoy the much-loved road-movie classic.

In addition to the film screening, a showcase of Australia’s finest unique vintage caravans will be on the grounds accompanied by their owners who will open the doors on these classic kitsch creations for movie-goers to take a look inside their retro gems.

The Museum is encouraging people to bring blankets and rugs, or low lying chairs, and to camp out on the grounds and enjoy the ambience of this unique setting. There will also be a local produce BBQ, soft drinks and ice creams available. People are encouraged to bring their own picnic baskets and BYO alcohol and drinks are most welcome.

The movie ticket includes Museum entry and a rare glimpse of the collection at twilight.

Location:
National Motor Museum
Shannon St
Birdwood, South Australia

Check the National Motor Museums Facebook event page for details

The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert (M)
Thurs 25 Jan Priscilla1994, Comedy, Rated M, 1hr 43mins.
Priscilla, Queen of the Desert follows two drag queens and a transgender woman on their epic journey across the Australian Outback as they travel in a tour bus named ‘Priscilla’ from Sydney to Alice Springs performing their own unique style of cabaret. Featuring exquisite cinematography of the Australian outback, the film features Hugo Weaving, Guy Pearce, and Terence Stamp.
See ratings, reviews and trailer on Letterboxd


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