Enhance your understanding of event hosting by exploring the situations where a professional event host is indispensable. Gain insights into the crucial roles and responsibilities that a skilled Master of Ceremonies (MC) plays in making your event a success in this comprehensive report: When You Need a Master of Ceremonies
The Master of Ceremonies (MC) holds a pivotal role in ensuring the seamless execution of your event. As the official host, they become an integral part of your event team, responsible for professionally introducing speakers and performers, engaging and entertaining the audience, and ensuring that the event runs smoothly.
Our experienced MCs are skilled in capturing and maintaining the attention of the audience, adapting to any unforeseen deviations from the event’s running script, and adeptly managing any issues that arise during the event. With their expertise, your event is in capable hands, and you can focus on enjoying a successful and memorable occasion.
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Grant Denyer is one of Australia's brightest TV talents and could be the successful touch to your event. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). His bright wide smile and crafty ability to entertain, is a trademark that has shot Grant to the top of TV’s most watchable list. Young, energetic and brimming with street credibility, the Seven presenters youthful appeal makes him hot property for young or lively audiences.
Olympic Champion, champion speaker and genuine onstage motivator and entertainer is a unique skill set. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Transitioning from being an expert speed skater to an expert motivational speaker, MC and after dinner entertainer has been an interesting ride over the last 10 years. Steven Bradbury has presented at over 800 conferences and events in 15 countries and still loves it. He loves the adrenalin before going onstage and loves that his strategies for success in business and in life are able to inspire and help people.
Mike van Acker has been a fixture of the Australian comedy circuit since his Stand Up debut in 1992. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). He has toured internationally, made many media appearances, won awards and run a successful business operation within the comedy industry.
An award-winning television presenter and meteorologist, Magdalena is one of Australia's most versatile talents with almost ten years experience presenting live television including co-hosting Network Ten's The Project, covering two Olympic Games, co-hosting the Australian Grand Prix coverage, reading news and weather on both breakfast and prime-time bulletins, and reporting nationwide on some of the biggest natural disasters in Australian history. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). After completing a Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communication at the University of Sydney as a scholarship holder, Magdalena’s media and meteorological qualifications were extended through her Diploma in Atmospheric Science at Macquarie University, being awarded both the 2009 Biophysical Environments Prize and the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Prize for her academic achievements.
Lisa Backhouse is one of Queenslands most experienced and respected news presenters with a television career spanning nearly twenty years. Lisa is also an experienced Master of Ceremonies, host and facilitator. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). With a variety of events to her credit, including the prestigious gala award dinner for the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and the Major Events Conference for the Department of State Development. Lisa is in high demand as a public speaker, following an inspirational battle with breast cancer.
One of the most popular and recognised faces on the Australian media landscape; Chloe Maxwell appears to have done it all. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). This year Chloe co-hosted Channel 7’s new health and wellbeing show Live Well. The show gave viewers everything they need to know about staying active, preventing illness and how to take control of their health, reach their lifestyle goals and to ultimately live life to the fullest. Chloe also fronted campaigns for Aerogard and Trade Secret.
Shelley Craft is arguably one of Australia's most popular television presenters. Starting out at Seven's children's program, Saturday Disney, Shelley has gone on host some of Australia's most successful lifestyle programs and specials including: The Great Outdoors, Guinness World Records, hit renovation series, Domestic Blitz as well as covering numerous sporting events for Channel Seven including Sydney 2000 Olympics, 2002 XIX Winter Olympics, Melbourne Cup for six years running and the Australian Tennis Open. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Landing her to her current role as the host of Channel Nine’s Australia’s Funniest Home Videos, now in it’s 25th year and co-host of ratings smashing Channel Nine series The Block.
Ange Anderson is a bubbly, charismatic and credible radio news personality on the "Robin, Terry and Kip Breakfast Show" on KIIS 97.3. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Her voice is easily recognised in Brisbane having also spent 12 years on air at NOVA 106.9.
Tara Pitt was a contestant on Australian Survivor (2017) - a game that is considered the hardest and most unpredictable to win out of all the reality television contests. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Tara managed to last the entire 55 days and finished second in the finale, having survived extreme weather conditions (including a cyclone!) never ending rain and the intense social game play.
Lisa Curry is best known for her long and successful swimming career. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). She has competed in three Olympic Games (Moscow in 1980, Los Angeles in 1984 and Barcelona in 1992); two World Championships (Berlin in 1978 and Ecuador in 1982); and three Commonwealth Games (Edmonton in 1978, Brisbane in 1982 and Auckland in 1990). Her competitive swimming career spans an awe-inspiring 23 years during which she collected 24 gold medals, 21 silver medals and 8 bronze medals at international competitions.