This Corona Crisis pandemic is really tough on people BUT there are some positives coming out of this whole saga.
Sure I can make people laugh but I’ve also got some serious things to say and I’m not holding back.
Sure I can make people laugh but I’ve also got some serious things to say and I’m not holding back – part 2.
While these days I am better known for my performances at corporate events, I do still enjoy my occasional public gigs. These public gigs are mainly at comedy clubs, dinner & show venues, black tie events and theatres.
Later this month I will reach the milestone of 35 years in the industry and I have had a great journey as a comedian for hire. However this is a good time to look back at some of my performances that didn’t go so well for one reason or another.
When it comes to planning a wedding reception, the role of an MC is often underestimated.
However the MC should be seen as a vital ingredient on this very important day.
In view of that, it makes very good sense to hire a professional wedding MC for the following reasons….
From my experience of working at weddings or attending as a guest, I can say without hesitation that it’s vital to have a great master of ceremonies at a wedding for many reasons…
From my many years of experience here are some very useful tips for anyone running an event…
Amongst services I provide for my corporate clients, I do roadshows for product launches and other events, where senior management is aiming to deliver a consistent message to all their employees (or clients) across the nation. The tour often travels through Australia, with presentations in the major cities.
I often get asked about what I provide for a corporate/business audience and how I go about preparing for a performance in front of such an audience.