Thursday, April 30, 2015

Joel Creasey LIVE in Perth!

Joel & I posing for a happy-snap after the show

"Lock the doors, batten down the hatches, for god's sake please take down that annoying wind chime... a storm is brewing..."

10-years ago, I met Joel Creasey on Perth television program - The Couch. At that time the fresh-faced 15 year old was just starting in his comedy career. Since then, Joel has skyrocketed to stardom. Not to give away too much juicy gossip, but I must say the "Acid Tongue Prince" himself has gotten himself into a lot of mischief in his life so far.

The 24-year-old Leonardo DiCaprio lookalike has many fun, frivolous and utterly filthy memories to share. The Hurricane is the latest show of Creasey's national tour (Australia). I, along with my Mum and Dad, were lucky enough to attend Joel Creasey's The Hurricane at the Perth Heath Ledger Theatre on Tuesday April 28. I must say - we certainly were not disappointed. 

So happy Joel remembered us from 10-years ago

The show went off without a hitch. Creasey started the show by wooing the crowd with his charming good looks and vivacious character. In no time at all, he had the crowd in hysterical laughter and had us begging for more. The hour-long show felt like it only lasted 15 mins - which is usually a gauge on how enjoyable it is. Saying that, the show was just as good as his attire... F.A.B.U.L.O.U.S.

Nearly knocked this banner over... true story

The Hurricane features Creasey's up's and down's over the past year. Including his experiences whilst spending 41 days in the African jungle, expressing his new love towards foreign gay clubs, attending a raunchy sex party with Australian soap stars, and grossing out Hollywood actress, Jennifer Anniston. Plus without revealing too much, he details a sickly run-in with German-Austrian actor, Christoph Waltz.

Before the crown started flooding in

Though there were a couple of heart-rending moments during The Hurricane, such as the tough aspects of working in LA and the horror with being dumped by an ex. But in true Creasey style, he turns a negative into a positive. The positive being his side-splitting new show. He is wonderful in his delivery, stage presence, and audience interaction. The Hurricane reaffirms his standing as an international comedy superstar.

Upcoming shows:

Venue - Enmore Theatre, NSW
Date - Thu 14 May 2015 7:15PM

"Strap in, bitches... a hurricane is coming..."

'★★★★★' Time Out New York

'A Revelation.' The Age

'A master raconteur.' New York Advocate

'He’s a f*%king star! I love him.' Joan Rivers

'★★★★★' Herald Sun

Suitable for audiences 16+

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