Not only is Graham Keating Two Times World Champion Town Crier and Four Times International Champion, he is also able to bring a unique sense of excitement to any event staged.
From the dignity and excellence required for a Vice-Regal Occasion (The Opening of Heritage Week, 1992), to the colour and pageantry of an historic re-enactment (The Rum Rebellion, Australia Day, 1992), the imaginative humour of a product launch (Histore Computers, Queen Victoria Building, 1992), the grandeur of a resort opening (The Hyatt Regency Coolum, 1989), the generous hospitality when hosting overseas guests of honour (Dreamtime '92, Australian Tourism Commission, 1992 and John Deere Tractors, The Regent, Sydney, 1991), the extravagance of The Great Gatsby, Roaring Twenties New Year's Eve (Peppers on Sea, Terrigal, 1989), and the insanity of a corporate Christmas Party (Town Crier on horseback, Amdahl, 1989 and IHJ Advertising, Banjo Paterson Cottage Restaurant, 1990); these roles are easily encompassed by Graham's talents.
Whether it be Captain Arthur Phillip (The Great Australian Bush Party, Darling Harbour), Sir Gaylord Paladium III, owner of West End Theatre (National Mutual Convention, Westin Stamford, Singapore), Bluey the Gun-Shearer with his Australiana Bush Bank "The Murrumbidgee Rattlers". Carlos De Suza the new Esso Employee Relations Manager from Columbia (the Relocation of Esso from Sydney to Sale, Victoria), Graham Keating is creative, memorable and as said previously, Unique!
The Great Gatsby himself was brilliant and we would like to thank you and your entire party of characters.
- Holiday Inn Crown Plaza, Terrigal
I look forward to inviting you again to be part of a big National Mutual event.
- National Mutual
The Recession is over
- SMH, Sesqui Birthday Party
You stole the show
- Sydney Convention ' VisitorsBureau, AIA Gala Function, Hyatt on Collins
The official Opening Ceremony was a great success, and you were truly fantastic - prompting praise from everyone present.
- Jan Murray, Opening of Park Royal, Parramatta
Your efforts certainly lent atmosphere to the occasion and helped to involve people in the festivities.
- Wendy McCarthy, National Trust