Entertainment Speakers

Girls On Film

Girls on Film is a fast paced, slick & classy production that celebrates Hollywood?s biggest stars, and brings you the greatest hit songs ever put to film. Three of Australia's finest performers deliver a fresh, new, high impact show designed to hit your event with a bang, and leave it with a wink and a smile. With classic ballads, high-powered dance tracks and stunning medleys Girls on Film ...

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Glen Rhodes

For the past fifteen years, Glen Rhodes has been helping event planners and organizations such as International Bank of China, Corporate Express, Suncorp Metway, The Port of Brisbane, Brisbane City Council, The Hotel & Motel Association, Twin Waters Resort, Video Pro and many others make their events unforgettable, successful and fun. ...

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Glenn A. Baker

Glenn A Baker occupies a unique niche in Australian entertainment. Music expert, intrepid traveller, radio and television presenter, best-selling author and effusive enthusiast; his face and voice have become extremely familiar over the past fifteen years. His capacity to elucidate upon his favourite topics, with accuracy and humour, has been likened to "talking under wet cement". His unique knowl ...

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Glynn Nicholas

There are not many keynote speakers in Australia who have the breadth of skills and experience as that of Glynn Nicholas. With rare personal warmth, intellectual clarity, and drawing on his 33 years as a Performer, Director and Theatre Producer, Glynn presents one of the most engaging and inspiring keynote addresses in the country. Emigrating alone at 19 to Australia from Wales, he built a ca ...

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Graham Keating

Town Crier
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 ...

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Gregory Burns

Gregory Burns is an internationally acclaimed platform speaker and artist. Also, despite or perhaps because of his disability, which requires the use of leg braces and crutches to ambulate, Gregory is an athlete. Gregory's diverse skills, life experiences and achievements ensures that his speeches are both inspiring and meet the specific needs of his clients. By crafting his learning points around ...

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Harley Breen

Harley Breen has blown away audiences from the sugarcane fringes of Bundaberg to the sweaty stages of the Edinburgh Fringe. Regularly headlining around Australia, Harley has won over a legion of fans with his accessible and relatable comedy. Consistently unpredictable, Breen's sets seamlessly move from side-splitting material about the foibles of being a new-age dad to dodgy tales of his beloved o ...

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Holly Bryar

Crowned Miss Sydney Australia (2016) at the 6th annual sustainability pageant, Holly was determined from a young age to chase her dreams of working behind and in front of the camera.

After High School, she secured early entry into Charles Sturt University undertaking a double degree in TV Production & Graphic Design. It was during those four years Holly developed her love for creating children’s content within film, television and design.

Upon completing her degree, Holly relocated to Sydney taking time to pursue her passion for acting. She completed various short courses at NIDA under the guidance of Don Christopher, Brendon McDonnell & Serhat Caradee (AFI/AACTA nominee). Soon after she was accepted into NIDA’S part-time course - Advanced Screen Actors Studio with Writer/Directors Elissa Down (Black Balloon) and Craig Boreham (Teenage Kicks).

Holly has worked alongside the talented production teams of much-loved children’s programs Giggle & Hoot and Play School at ABC Kids TV. She currently works freelance and still continues her passion for performing arts.

 

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Hoodoo Gurus

Crackin' Up: Songs that loudly signal those masters of crunching pop-drenched guitar anthems are back. It has been five long years since we've heard new tunes from the Gurus, yet the enduring quartet have hardly been idle since their official reformation in 2003. There have been too many momentous gigs from their debut on the Big Day Out national circus through to kicking butt at Splendour In Th ...

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Idea of North

A cappella n. & adj. (music) unaccompanied singing, the creation of music and song with nothing but the human voice. The Idea of North n. is a four piece vocal band - wide range of material, amazing singers and entertainers. The Idea of North excels in vocal harmony, with a seamless vocal blend and effortless command of their music; they perform in many genres, from jazz and blues to pop and f ...

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