MY favourite nights out are when my friends and I hit Birmingham's Hurst Street, Pride is one of the highlights of my year and the soundtrack to my life is Cyndi Lauper's hit Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.

The above is why I always LOVE watching Priscilla Queen of the Desert.

The show takes all of my favourite things, camps them up, wraps them in feather boas and sashays them across the stage, bringing a smile everyone's face.

As soon as the show starts, the bar is set ridiculously high and it just gets better and better - there isn't a dull moment.

Ladies (and gents) are in for a treat as leading man Duncan James strips down to his boxers within the first five minutes but his toned physique is forgotten (almost...) when he starts to sing and really makes the character of Tick - the drag queen with a secret son- his own.

The show follows Tick's journey to meet his little boy for the first time and he takes his showbiz buddies, the old pro Bernadette and the fabulous Felicia (aka Adam) along for the ride on what turns out to be both a physical and emotional journey.

Bernadette, played by Simon Green, is a great character, a transsexual full of wisdom and cutting quick wit that brings some of the biggest laughs of the night.

But for me the star of the show is Felicia played by the wonderful Adam Bailey.

He bursts onto the stage with the sassy hit Venus.

When I wasn't getting total leg envy, I was jealous of the shapes getting thrown around that stage... Those men can move!!

The musical numbers throughout the show are just electric and include pop classics I Will Survive, Go West and Boogie Wonderland to name a few!

While everyone in the show is vocally strong, I was wowed by the three divas who the show's drag queens did some top class lip syncing to - they have got fantastic voices.

A special mention also has to go to Julie Yammanee who is just hysterical as Cynthia. Pop Muzik is another memorable moment!

What I love about the show is that while it's fun, it has a lot of heart and you see the vulnerable sides to all three main characters.

But as the saying goes, the show must go on and they pick themselves up, dust themselves off and come out stronger and more fabulous than ever before!

I honestly can't recommend this show enough, it wasn't the first time I've seen it and it certainly won't be the last.

So quick, get your tickets now, the Priscilla bus is only at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre until May 7.