Australian comedian Joel Creasey walked the pink carpet tonight in Sydney at the Australian Premiere of his Prime Video stand-up special Joel Creasey: Queen of the Outback.
The Premiere was held as part of World Pride’s Mardi Gras 2023 Film Festival and was attended by Joel Creasy, local Sydney identities and WorldPride Mardi Gras festival patrons. Joel introduced the screening for guests, with the special releasing tomorrow exclusively on Prime Video.
Special guests in attendance also included Head of Prime Video Australia and New Zealand Hushidar Kharas, Christian Wilkins, Ricki-Lee Coulter, Tim Blackwell, Jack Vidgen, Khanh Ong, Smallzy, Jaguar Jonez, Hannah Ferrier and Megan Smart, from upcoming Prime Video series Class of ’07.
Joel Creasey: Queen of the Outback will premiere this Friday February 17, exclusively on Prime Video Australia. Prime Video are proud to be partnering with the Mardi Gras Film Festival as a major partner of the festival.
Hushidar Kharas, Head of Prime Video Australia and New Zealand, said “Prime Video is proud to be supporting the Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival as a major sponsor.This partnership celebrates the rich and diverse queer filmmakers and other creators available on Prime Video for Australian and international customers. These include titles like My Policeman, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Cinderella and the two new Australian Amazon Originals: Joel Creasey: Queen of the Outback and Rhys Nicholson’s Big Queer Comedy Concert.”
About the special:
This exclusive special from Joel Creasey (Australian Amazon Original LOL: Last One Laughing Australia) was filmed in front of a live audience at the 2022 Broken Heel Festival, Australia’s largest regional drag celebration, in September 2022. The special features a live, all-new stand-up performance from Joel Creasey recorded under the stars, plus all the glitter and glamour amidst Broken Heel’s nonstop weekend carnival.
Joel Creasey: Queen of the Outback premieres Friday, February 17 exclusively on Prime Video
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