Fabulous, furry & fierce!
Frock Hudson is the queerer alter ego of cabaret comedian & community darling Dean Arcuri.
Elevating his cabaret and hosting skills with a touch more make up and colourful wigs; you can catch Frock performing at LGBTIQA+ festivals around the county + Gay Ski Week in Victoria, Celebrations New Years Eve in Sydney, Rainbow Storytime events for families, community fundraisers and more. Frock is proudly an ambassador for the Out in the Open Festival and Chillout Festival.
“Pronouns are personal to the human who uses them to affirm themselves, but when it comes to Frock, how you speak to them is more important than the pronoun you use, so as long as it’s with respect, call me whatever you want.”
To see Frocks’ full transformation and journey, check out this video made for Federation Square to celebrate inclusion and pride.
Whether performing a cabaret; or hosting fundraising events, hens or corporate/community functions, drag bingo/karaoke/trivia, rainbow storytime or more, there's one thing you can be sure - Frock always brings the fun.
Frock is fabulous, furry and a whole heap of fun.
Ready to bring colour and campness to any event, from business functions and fundraisers, to private events and engagements with groups of a variety of sizes.
- Emcee & Hosting
- Singing up a storm
- Rainbow Storytime
- Roaming Entertainment
- Virtual Events (Corporate and Personal)
- Driveway Dragshows
Event services include :
- Drag Trivia
- Drag Bingo
- Camp Karaoke
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"Thank you for bringing Frock Hudson to us and being such a vibrant part of our IDAHOBIT Day celebrations.
You have such a lovely way with the children so that they felt comfortable asking you a million, possibly more, questions. The stories that you chose to share were totally appropriate and helped send the message of ‘be yourself’.
The whole day was such a success and I’m very happy that you were a part of it."
JACQUI STOCKER (she/her)
MINIMBAH CAMPUS – WOODLEIGH SCHOOL