Prime Video Creates Australia’s First ‘Choir Singing Billboard’ in Melbourne to celebrate Deadloch

Prime Video Creates Australia’s First ‘Choir Singing Billboard’ in Melbourne to celebrate Deadloch

Prime Video Creates Australia’s First ‘Choir Singing Billboard’ in Melbourne to celebrate Deadloch – To promote the global launch of new Australian Amazon Original series, Deadloch, Prime Video Australia collaborated with Allied Global Marketing on an Australian-first ‘Choir Singing Billboard’ in Melbourne on Friday June 2.

Bringing an in-show moment to life, Melbourne’s Glee Club performed as the ‘Deadloch Choir’ for four hours on Friday afternoon on the corner of Smith St and Gertrude St, Fitzroy. The choir of 12 women performed renditions of Untouched (The Veronicas), Made You Look (Megan Trainor), Better The Devil You Know (Kylie Minogue), Murder on the Dancefloor (Sophie Ellis-Bextor) and Another One Bites the Dust (Queen)

Deadloch creators, Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan and lead cast, Kate Box and Madeleine Sami were on ground to launch the activation. The series is available on Prime Video globally now, in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide.

Deadloch is an eight-part crime comedy from award-winning duo, Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan. when a local man turns up dead on the beach.

Two female detectives are thrown together to solve the case: Fastidious local senior sergeant Dulcie Collins (Kate Box) and a rough-as-guts blow-in from Darwin, senior investigator Eddie Redcliffe (Madeleine Sami) along with their overeager junior constable Abby (Nina Oyama). As the town prepares to launch the annual arts, food, and culture event—Winter Feastival—the trio have to put their differences aside and work together to find the killer.

Cinematic, thrilling, mysterious, and moody, Deadloch puts a high-comedy spin on the crime genre and questions Australia’s relationship with truth, gender, and race, while keeping you guessing (and laughing) at every turn.

Deadloch features a large ensemble cast led by Kate Box (Fires, Wentworth), Madeleine Sami (The Breaker Upperers), Nina Oyama (Utopia), Tom Ballard (Tonightly with Tom Ballard), and Alicia Gardiner (WakefieldOffspring), as well as Susie Youssef (Rosehaven), Pamela Rabe (Wentworth), Kris McQuade (Rosehaven), Duncan Fellows (The Letdown), Harvey Zielinski (Don’t Look Deeper), Shaun Martindale (The Tailings), Katie Robertson (Five Bedrooms), Nick Simpson-Deeks (Winners & Losers), Mia Morrissey (Home and Away), Leonie Whyman (Dark Place), Mick Davies (Rosehaven), Holly Austin, Kartanya Maynard, and Naarah.

Deadloch is streaming now  on Prime Video, with new episodes available on Fridays.

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