After Dinner Speakers

Libbi Gorr

Libbi Gorr is one of Australia's most loved comic performers. Her unique speaking and creative skills have built an amazing career spanning radio, television, writing and producing. Libbi too has developed into one of the countries most innovative film and television 'behind the scenes' talents. As a trailblazer, innovator, woman in a man's world and empowering comic philosopher using sport, politics, and feel good life issues as a base, Libbi is in demand as an MC, after dinner speaker, conference facilitator, debater and event content designer.

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Lucky Seven Swing

LUCKY SEVEN is Adelaide's hottest seven piece 50's swing band. These seven misfits combine cool jazz licks with a raw rockabilly style rhythm, which becomes the backbone of their trademark sound. This unique sound modernises such classic hits from past artists such as; Louis Prima, Louis Jordan, Bill Haley and Sinatra (to name a few), which makes a stompin' nite of familiar tunes that are guarant ...

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Madeleine West

It is amazing how many lifetimes can be crammed into just 24 years, but Madeleine West has experienced more in her time than many would even dare imagine. Despite personal tragedy and seemingly impossible odds, Madeleine is fulfilling her ambitions, and is living proof that regardless of the obstacles you face, by setting goals and having faith in yourself, anything is possible. Best known for her ...

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Mal Meninga

Big Mal is remembered by all Australians for his formidable power, pace, handling and deadly accuracy and consistency with the boot. Mal Meninga's in the Rugby League Hall of Fame, scored the most points of any player in The Green and Gold jersey and is the top-point scorer for Queensland in State of Origin history. ...

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Mark Beretta

Mark Beretta is doing what he loves most - talking about sport. Mark presents the breaking sport stories of the day, as sport presenter for Seven's 6pm News in Sydney, and the national SUNRISE program. He also hosts and commentates on many of Seven Sport's major events, and is the fill-in host for David Koch on SUNRISE. ...

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Mark Colvin

The presenter of ABC Radio's current affairs program PM, Mark Colvin has almost given his life for his job. An award winning journalist, Mark first joined ABC radio news as a cadet after graduating from Oxford University with a B.A (Hons) in English. Mark was a reporter for Four Corners for 4 years, making films on the French massacre of Kanaks in New Caledonia, the extinction of Australia's f ...

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Mark Ella

The name Ella is synonymous with Rugby Union. Mark Ella played for Sydney, New South Wales and represented Australia 25 times, and Captained 10 sides. His profile and reputation precede him wherever he travels. In 1998 Mark was selected coach of Australian Sevens Team to represent at the Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur winning a Bronze medal. With achievements such as, 'Young Australian of ...

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Mark Jones

Mark Jones is Chief Storyteller + CEO at Filtered Media, one of Australia’s fastest growing content marketing agencies. Just three years young, Filtered Media works with iconic brands including Coca-Cola, Telstra, Adobe, ANZ, Hitachi, Vitamix and Nant. It was a finalist in the Content Marketing Agency of the Year Award at BEfest 2014. Mark’s professional experience includes senior roles ...

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Mark Lewis

Mark prides himself on being a problem solver who tries to use the law to achieve the desired effect. As a solicitor advocate, his tenacious and brave pursuit of the civil wrongs perpetrated by journalists at the News of the World lead to: - The establishment of the Leveson Enquiry; The $3 million payment to the bereaved parents of Milly Dowler. The ultimate closure of the News of the World. He h ...

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Mark Seymour

Mark formed Hunters and Collectors in 1980, with a bunch of Uni friends. It was a rollicking eight-piece funk ensemble with industrial percussion, "bizarre" atonal synthesizer, thundering bass guitar and a brass section that was so demonically loud that it became known as the "Horns of Contempt". In it's early form Hunters and Collectors was less like a band, and more like a monstrous "jam session ...

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