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I need advice on a good Cbr MC.

By Mia80 - 10 July 2009 45

I belong to a Community not-for-profit organisation.

Every year we hold a large fundraising ball.  It’s our biggest fundraiser of the year. Black tie, live band, dancing, games, the whole sha-bang. 

Next year, we are going to need a new MC.

We need someone who can appeal to all ages, Baby Boomers to the iGen. 

Does anyone have any suggestions on Canberra Celebs or just darn good MCs we could hire for the night?

What’s Your opinion?


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Thumper 10:17 am 06 Nov 09

Jessica Good, huh. Canberra’s Official Frump

Her wardrobe people need sacking. Did they raid St Vinnies for clothes that my grandmother used to wear?

Overheard 8:43 pm 05 Nov 09

As a professional MC, if my profile were as high as some of the more visible media identities/personalities, I’d be more circumspect about ad-libbing and deviating from scripts.

Happily (or not so, depending on perspective), mine’s low to low/light medium at best, so there’s more scope to be inventive, flexible and adaptive. (Keerist, sounds like a duty statement.)

MC-ing, and indeed life, is more fun when you can be creative and spontaneous. In context. Some functions only need to be straight up and down, and those high profile names/faces draw the punters.

On the plus side, I can be cheaper! http://www.myspace.com/overheardproductions and Facebook under the same name.

Pommy bastard 2:26 pm 05 Nov 09

ant said :

Jessica Good, huh. Canberra’s Official Frump.

Is it just me, or is she looking a bit of a “lollipop head” these days?

AngryHenry 2:10 pm 05 Nov 09

Thoroughly Smashed said :

AngryHenry said :

Raaaar!

I didn’t see you over in the Furniture Direct thread defending their honour from all their nasty, evil, defamatory former customers.

By the way it’s libel, not slander. Slander takes the form of speech.

Whatever! And I couldn’t give a rats about furniture direct.

They weren’t being discussed on this topic thread and MC’s were.

So jam it.

Thoroughly Smashed 1:56 pm 05 Nov 09

AngryHenry said :

Raaaar!

I didn’t see you over in the Furniture Direct thread defending their honour from all their nasty, evil, defamatory former customers.

By the way it’s libel, not slander. Slander takes the form of speech.

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