The Comedians, MC's and Speakers listed on the following pages are well suited to corporate events and are some of the best entertainers around. If you would like to make a booking, please note the names of the acts you are most interested in and either email us via contact us or call us on (03) 9520 9109
Tahir is one of Australia’s busiest comedians. He has been a feature in all comedy venues around the country and had numerous television appearances. Tahir was named Comedian of the Year and has been Logie nominated. He is a regular at major Comedy Festivals, on panel shows, television debates and even Celebrity Theatresports!
Tahir has been involved in some of the most successful stage and screen productions. He was an integral member of the team in the hit movie Fat Pizza.
Tripod is an Australian musical comedy act, specialising in improv, parody and satire.
At times they feature humorous sounds, such as Yon and his Flute from the Open Slather album, but their particular brand of humour stems from the lyrics of their songs and the comedic timing, often including the three men bickering on stage. The lyrics are often satirical or off-beat, and topics have included movie-style martial arts, stalking, interesting Shakespearean-era words, and counterterrorism.
STEVE ABBOTT - THE SANDMAN
Stephen Abbott is an enduring part of the Australian comedy landscape. While performing regularly as the Sandman or 'Sandy', Stephen has also found time to become an accomplished live performer, radio presenter, writer and actor.
As the Sandman, Stephen has performed on a number of different radio and TV programs, including ABC TV's The Fat with Tony Squires and his ABC radio serial The 21st.
Clint is a regular headliner at all the major comedy venues around the country. Likeable and engaging, Clint delivers a combination of fast lines and self-deprecating stories with a personality mix of country charm and city edge.
Clint is one of the most sought-after corporate comedians in Australia. Qantas, Pizza Hut, St George, BP and scores of other organizations have written the highest praise for Clint’s tailored shows which have received standing ovations and resulted in invitations to return to company events year upon year.
Adam Rozenbachs – stand up comedian, writer, broadcaster and ventriloquist disliker – has steadily become one of Australia’s funniest and most consistent performers, writers and broadcasters.
Adam is a regular on the Melbourne comedy circuit: he has performed around Australia, and supported Dave Hughes and Adam Hills. He was a regular on Spicks & Specks, as well as appearing on Mick Molloy’s The Nation, Rove Live and The Comedy Channel’s Stand Up Australia.
Their big bush ranger beards and cracking one liner jokes are just a part of an amazing act never before seen on the comedy circuit. The boys are constantly bickering amongst themselves on stage and are never afraid to tackle a comment from an audience member.
Their TV credits include Australia's Got Talent, The Footy Show, NBC's Last Comic Standing. In addition, the twins are regular guests on local radio stations offering their opinions on a range of topics from sibling rivalry to the war in Afghanistan.
Chris Bennett has been performing as a stand-up comedian ever since he discovered his family was a captive audience. He has entertained the widest variety of crowds from AFL football club functions to high-profile corporate events. His television credits include performances on shows such as Hey Hey It's Saturday and In Melbourne Tonight.
Chris has also made his presence felt on commercial radio, starting with Gold FM writing for the breakfast show as well as performing on-air segments.
Pommy has developed a reputation as a live wire stand-up comdeian via extensive touring. His singing and guitar-playing goes off the deep end. His parodies include Bob Dylan, Kurt Cobain, The Who plus many more celebrities that need a good shake-up. You'll be falling on the ground with his fast-pace, laugh-a-minute antics from corporate to full-on comedy. Your granny will laugh and your mates will blush with topical and nostalgic subjects - you just don't know what he might say, but bet your funny bone you'll be crying.
David Kaffey is an outstanding comic illusionist whose unique performances, which usually include a willing victim from the audience, and revolve around "the trick" going in an unexpected direction!
Prior to his arrival in Australia, Dave spent 3 years working for BBC TV on the Michael Parkinson Show. During that time, Dave won The International Golden Hands Award and had 2 books of poetry published. He was subsequently nominated for The Premier's Literary Awards in 1987.